Clearwater Darla LED Light Install

RSL

May 2015
913
1
Dallas, Texas
The website shows Darla as the Hyper option, but any of their lights will work, with a dimmer installed too.

Above Darla they Clearwater LEDS are BRIGHT and will melt vehicles ahead of you. Thus, a dimmer is required. Tied to the bright headlight switch they will frighten anyone ahead of you to pull over and out of your way.

https://www.clearwaterlights.com/

This is 30%

 

RSL

May 2015
913
1
Dallas, Texas
There is no higher quality LED, American made in Sacramento by Glenn and his guys. Expensive and you get what you pay for it. This is why so many BMW riders purchase only Clearwater.
 
Aug 2019
32
0
Corvallis, OR
Great info!
Is there any way to have a different switch for the LEDs? To be able to turn them on and off separately.
So fly what I've understood, you have to get the dimmer separately from Clearwater besides that kit that you posted?
 

RSL

May 2015
913
1
Dallas, Texas
All Clearwater systems are complete with dimmer and 100% connection for horn or high beam. I made the decision to make mine 100% all the time for convenience. Mine was a transfer from a previous bike.
 
Jun 2014
967
4
Boston
Great info!
Is there any way to have a different switch for the LEDs? To be able to turn them on and off separately.
So fly what I've understood, you have to get the dimmer separately from Clearwater besides that kit that you posted?
One avenue I've been researching for installing aux lights is using the Neutrino Aurora . It can handle all your aux wiring and eliminates the need for a separate harness. You can then program your lights in many ways: auto dim with sunset, start delay etc.etc.. and you can wire your heated gear gps etc.. through it and program those too for different scenerios - your heateds could come on when the temp drops below a certain temp and rise in output as the temp drops. Stuff like that.
 
Aug 2019
32
0
Corvallis, OR
All Clearwater systems are complete with dimmer and 100% connection for horn or high beam. I made the decision to make mine 100% all the time for convenience. Mine was a transfer from a previous bike.
In the page that you posted, if I buy the selected one that comes when I open the page (the D49 option), will I have everything I need for the installation? Would it be the complete kit?

How much would you say I would save by just buying the lights and do your installation?

Also, looking at Kulsul08 lights, they were in the range of 4/7000 lumen, this Darla are 2000 lumen each, would you say this would be enough?