A study of trying to do more with less.
Looks good. Judging from the pic the light base must be pretty solid. Are all the lights aligned forward or the outer ones angled out a bit?LWR
Sweet. Did you build it yourself or did you buy it from the site?
They're aligned, but there are three different optics in it 5deg, 15deg, and a 25deg diffuser.Still waiting on the battery packs for the bike light.Yep, homebuilt.DG
I went looking for those Snickers last night and couldn't find them. Where did you get them?Paul
Utah/Colorado. But you can get them on Amazon.com. If you want I can bring a you a few. I'm not normally a candy consumer, and I bought a case of these.Did ya know Twix made a Java flavored candy bar? Seems I stumbled into another subculture, limited edition candy.DG
Awesome! I need to check out your light as well. That is certainly something that would be a fun summer weekend project for me! See you next weekend.
What made you decide on this instead of the Lumotecs you were using? Better beam pattern?
Steve, I should note that this led setup is powered by a 14.8v Li-Ion battery pack.The dyno light works great for training, touring, and general all around lighting, I don't regret investing in that setup. It was a tough decision, but knowing the stresses the body goes through after ther 20th hour of riding made me lean towards setting the world on fire. My triple cree puts out a light amount akin to my HID. Only the led head is lighter weight, has less thermal loss, a wider beam pattern, and hopefully better efficiency and reliability.DG
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