Driving Light Switch Location.

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Re: Driving Light Switch Location.

Post by snowymonkey » Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:41 pm

I resurrected the old thread so as to quit hijacking this one. Sorry, I went down a rabbit hole and now I’m curious.
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Re: Driving Light Switch Location.

Post by INSUBORDINATOR » Fri Jun 21, 2019 10:02 pm

Lmo wrote:
Mon Feb 06, 2017 11:59 am
I just put two 5-3/4" Hella H3 55W driving lights on my rig, but I haven't connected them yet.

How do you control your auxiliary driving lights? Put another way, where is the switch located; handlebar, dash, other place?

Relays and individually fused?
I can turn my headlight & running lights on & off from the handlebar switch. I wired my LED spots to my running light circuit, so I could just run them without the headlight. My Projector LED headlight is always on BRIGHT. So basically I can use my spots to see road surface at slower speeds (like low beams) To be legal - I have the Blue LED PILOT LIGHT wired to the ignition - so it's on when the bike is running day or night. No fuses needed for LEDs.

I have observed insects seem less attracted to LEDs - Or maybe its my Cologne keeping them away.
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