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We now have our kits available. We have been super busy working on these and some other new products for the Can-AM.

These kits are awesome. First off let me stress, this upgrades ALL 4 LIGHTS. We include everything you need to upgrade ALL 4 LIGHTS!

I have 50 sets ready for delivery. I will sell these at a discount price to commandertalk.com members.

215.00 is this (commandertalk.com) forum price only. Plus will be be adding a long sleeve SOR T-Shirt and Stickers.


These are the best HIDs you can buy. I will put them up against any top brand. 12 Month Warranty, low bulb cost replacement after 12 months.

The retail on these will be 265.00 which is less then anyone out there. This will be on our site and on ebay.

We also have 1 meter extensions for the bulbs which will allow you to place the ballasts just about anywhere under the dash. 25 for all 4 extensions.

This is very informal because we have been swamped. If you would like a set please let me know.

Dennis
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Thanx Dennis...and I will say up front that there has so been many Commander owners attest to the great factory headlights of the Commander and here's my story.....

When BLR had the Commander next to my Rhino (w/HIDs) at night, there is absolutely no comparison between the two....Commander lights were as yellow as the Commander,,,the Rhino lights were as white as white could be (OK, with a hint of blue)......well worth the money for those who do a lot of night riding....Lance
 

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Thanx Dennis...and I will say up front that there has so been many Commander owners attest to the great factory headlights of the Commander and here's my story.....

When BLR had the Commander next to my Rhino (w/HIDs) at night, there is absolutely no comparison between the two....Commander lights were as yellow as the Commander,,,the Rhino lights were as white as white could be (OK, with a hint of blue)......well worth the money for those who do a lot of night riding....Lance


Ok Lance, how much did Dennis pay you for the endorcement? :rofl: No really thats good to know. I feel the factory lights are very good however I may go the HID route due to less power drain on the Electrical system and get more light in the bargain. That will be one free set of lights for this endorcement Dennis lol.



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Ody, get em while there hot! :)

I'm telling you they blaze the night. It's such a huge upgrade. The FishEye lenses make the 6000k HID blubs pop, they cut through the night like a flood but spread out evenly and hot white bright.

I know, that sounded kind of playboy afterdarkish:)
 

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Ok Lance, how much did Dennis pay you for the endorcement? :rofl: No really thats good to know. I feel the factory lights are very good however I may go the HID route due to less power drain on the Electrical system and get more light in the bargain. That will be one free set of lights for this endorcement Dennis lol.
No endorsement necessary Ody.....and BTY, great to see you here again!!....

I thought that the halogened Commander's lights were going to be really bright, really special after hearing peeps rave about them before we got the Commander.....the buzz was they really lit the night up......so OK, let them keep that thought until they "see the light", pun intended.....

These HIDs of today make yester-day's halogen bulbs look like yester-year's sealed beam lights....the difference is yellow vs. white (sent you a PayPal money request Dennis)...:giggle:...:rofl:......Lance
 

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They are waterproof, meaning you can submerge them and they won't leak. As far was pressure washing, I had these same ballasts on my Rhino for over a year and washed it pretty much every time we rode and never had a problem.
 

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Thanks for the welcome
6000k is kelvin and it is the color of the light produce. Wattage is the power they use :)
Sorry that's what I get for speed reading...I went over to their website to see if I could find anything out and Dennis did not mention wattage....I asked LBR what the wattage was of the ones that he put in the Rhintax and he couldn't answer that question either...so after all that I still can't answer your question...LOL...:)
 

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35 Watt- In my opinion the 50 watt bulbs are a waste of money. We installed two 55/50 watt Bulbs and ballasts on one side and two 35 watt on the other, not one person in our party could see any noticable difference which is why we decided on the 35 watt setup. I have a few 55 watt kits if someone really wants them but they are expensive and I swear there is no difference.

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