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Finally released.

DUAL ROW LED FRONT Headlight Conversion.


- A complete kit with LED LIGHT BAR cluster headlights and harness.
- LED conversion kit provides exceptional light source for night time riding.
- 7200LM headlight clusters with required harness.
- Product comes with 1 Year limited warranty.
- COMPLETE PLUG AND PLAY KIT

SPECS:
3600 LM per bar, x2 = 7200 Total Lumens.
36 Watts & 5 Amps per Bar
Non CREE LED's

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On our Site Now: >> DUAL ROW LED HEADLIGHT CONVERSION <<

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HOLYY!!!

Care to share what the specs are? What LEDs and how much watts and amps are they driven at in total?

3600LM per bar, so 7200LM total.

36 Watts & 5 Amps per Bar

Non CREE LED's

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3600LM per bar, so 7200LM total.

36 Watts & 5 Amps per Bar

Non CREE LED's

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So I assume the kit is wired into the Grom so that when you start your Grom the lights is not on so you would have to flip a switch to turn on the lights since I think if the lights were on when you are trying to start your Grom it would put a drain on the battery on start up.

How is it wired?

never mind just looked at the video again and it is hardwired in on start up so it looks like not much load on the battery.

Sure is bright and I wonder if the bars can be turned off so that you only have the lower bar for low beam and both bars for high beam or will that cut down the lighting?
 

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Yea, unfortunately, the Grom Headlight plug won't support aftermarket, so it runs direct off the battery , and has a Trigger Switch from the Tail Light.
Once you turn your key on... the Headlight comes on.

But, they (the manufacturer) have started and stopped and started and stopped a LOT of these Groms, over the past week and not had any starting struggle.
LED's don't suck juice quite as bad as Halogens.


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This is one of the coolest mods that I have seen for the Grom so far. It looks like it is really effective at lighting up the road too. I'll have to figure out what to do with the rest of the Grom before I decide though. I want the whole thing to look cohesive.
 

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This is one of the coolest mods that I have seen for the Grom so far. It looks like it is really effective at lighting up the road too. I'll have to figure out what to do with the rest of the Grom before I decide though. I want the whole thing to look cohesive.
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It looks soo amazing in person, that everything will be Cohesive on your bike... :D

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Another Great Video from Floppy:

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beautiful.

you should consider upgrading to cree XMLs

would be even brighter! :D
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They are nearly as bright as Cree

But, not nearly as expensive.


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Finally got a chance to edit, and splice the video and post it to youtube.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XY0-7dhkklc&feature]Honda Grom LED Headlight Conversion installation - YouTube[/ame]

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