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LP270 2.75" LED Driving Light Kit, SAE Compliant (73272)

4.50 stars, based on 4 reviews
LP270 2.75" LED Driving Light Kit, SAE Compliant The new PIAA LP270 LED Driving light kit offers the beam control of a halogen light with the low power consumption and durability of an LED light. As a light source LED's offer several advantages...
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Attaching the Lights

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  • Expensive
<p>I ordered specifically for the Suzuki V-Strom and read that the product comes ready to fit 80 models of bikes..</p><p>Alas, the actual product has a few bolts and suggest the lights are installed on the fork just above the wheel axle.</p>

Installed on a Ducati ST4S: Let there be light!

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<p>The headlight system on this Ducati is particularly poor. I read on line how other owners have enhanced their lighting. The design does not lend itself to bulb exchange with HID or diode lighting. To make matters worse, one can not even change a bulb on this bike without several hours of work to remove portions of the front fairing. I decided to leave the fairing alone and use auxiliary lighting. I chose to mount the lights on the side of the fairing. No drilling was necessary as I made some custom parts on my lathe and used the fairing mount and 6mm hardware already on the bike. On Ducati, yellow wires are 12 volts. I tapped into the tail light wiring for control voltage to the relay as this was really easy to find and simple to hook up. I have a stable mount with light enough to actually ride the bike at night now.</p>

District of Columbia

LED running lights

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The lights kick ass. They are so much more useful than the PIAA halogens I had before. My only concern is that the body is fairly heavy and seems to accentuate vibrations from road uneveness. Not sure if this will be an issue down the road, but so far I really like the performance.

Colorado

These are amazing LED lights.

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<p>Like all things PIAA - these LED lights are amazing. I preferred to mount them inside the leading edge of the fairing of my BMW R1200RT. I couldn't find a bracket that set up the same way I had with the PIAA 1100X halogen. These lights are larger so I fabricated a brace between the old brackets from a rectangular aluminum bar found at the local hardware store. The lights are hung from the rectangular bracing bar that's installed across the inside of the fairings just under the oil cooler. The lights are too heavy to mount to the inside of the plastic fairing so the brace provided a rock solid solution with no vibration. An available fork mount is a great solution but I like this more customized look. These are high quality well built lights - perfect for night driving and daytime safety!</p>

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