1190 Adventure Auxiliary Light Kit

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  1. Dualsport Crazy

    Dualsport Crazy Been here awhile

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    Hi Folks,

    I would like to know if the OEM KTM 1190 Adventure Auxiliary Light Kit is a HID kit.

    Also if anyone has any recommendations for the Rigid Industries D2 LED Lights which produces over 3,000 lumens EACH or any other brand.

    Thanks a ton :freaky
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  2. harryzgnilek

    harryzgnilek Been here awhile

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    oem not HiD
    i believe they r halogen

    im also looking at Ridge dually's
    have them on the jeep and crazy amount of light
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  3. Dualsport Crazy

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    Thanks Harry.....Was just preparing a list of accessories for a 1190R which I should be getting in spring :ricky:clap
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  4. harryzgnilek

    harryzgnilek Been here awhile

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    where u from in canada?
    im montreal
    you know the R is 12 month warranty and the standard 24months
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    harryzgnilek Been here awhile

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  6. Dualsport Crazy

    Dualsport Crazy Been here awhile

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    Yeah I'm aware of the warranty on the R as I currently have a 2010 990R with me. I'm from Mississauga & I just noticed your from Montreal which is great. Close to KTM Canada

    I was checking with BDCW as well since bought a lot of goodies from them & KTMTWINS for my 990R
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  8. Paulev

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    The KTM ones are LED and very good too.
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  9. Tjeu

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    Yes they are! They don't blind upcoming traffic and shine very wide!
    Unfortunately, my only other aux-light i had were on a goldwing....
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  10. harryzgnilek

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    When I asked the dealer. They told me they r not led ..just regular 55w halogens

    cause I wanted them .. bit too much warr draw ...and I can nit find anything online sayong the r led
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  11. Harold Waikiki

    Harold Waikiki oldfatdumbbrokeoutofshape

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    i have them on my 1190R. love em. not to bright for oncoming cars. tuck in nice and don't look like ugly appendages. switch built in the dash. very nice.
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  12. harryzgnilek

    harryzgnilek Been here awhile

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    what's the power deaw and lumens ?

    Thanks
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  13. Tjeu

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    Pic of them on my bike.
    Looks like LED to me!

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  14. harryzgnilek

    harryzgnilek Been here awhile

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    nice i guess my dealer is wrong

    do u know the lumen output?
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  15. Tjeu

    Tjeu Been here awhile

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    I have absolutly no clue at all! But much more then the standard headlight which seams to do nothing when the aux lights or on, even on high beam.
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  16. harryzgnilek

    harryzgnilek Been here awhile

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    thanks for the info
    does it act like a spot, flood , or driving light pattern?
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  17. Tjeu

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    a flood. They go about 30meters width to both sides. In hight they are limited. If you drive through a street, you see a line on the houses/walls next to the street. It's very nice. Because of that line, it feels like you are driving a builders leveler. In the turns you see one side of the line going up and one down. It's a very cool effect!
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  18. Tjeu

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    Check those lenses. They're so cool :clap

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  19. Dualsport Crazy

    Dualsport Crazy Been here awhile

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    Hi All,

    My apologies since I could'nt get to interact with all you great folks yesterday since I had changed my profession to a plumber just for the day. Had a a bad water leak in under our kitchen cabinet & finally got it all cleaned & fixed though it was a real pain in the rear end....

    Anyways to a more interesting topic:

    I'dd surely go with the KTM auxillary light kit.

    Another question: Has anyone installed a KTM alarm on your 1190's machines ?

    Thank you all for your reponses & the great pictures.

    Cheers:beer
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  20. Tjeu

    Tjeu Been here awhile

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    No. My dealer installs all options for free and he gives me a 10% discount on the KTM prices.
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