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Thread: FYRLYT Driving light review

  1. #71
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombie View Post
    My Nemesis are prototypes (one of the first pre-production sets) and havenít had any structural problems.

    Only had issues with the pre-glass lenses cracking, and we knew what the cause was and fed it back to the guys at FYRLYT.

    Iím now running an even crazier level prototype to see how it goes.
    I take it you're running the mofo's now? If so, how they goin??

  2. #72
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    Quote Originally Posted by pastor098 View Post
    I take it you're running the mofo's now? If so, how they goin??
    Iíve had Mofo since pre-release. Stupidly effectiveÖ.

    Spent several hours behind them now and the amount of light, the spread (no hot spots) and the clarity and ability to define flora from fauna has been very effective.

    Especially needed around here lately with the number of bloody Kangaroos we have around right now.
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  3. #73
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    Has anyone done a bolt-in removable bracket for Fyrlyts on a D3/D4? I'm after a set of driving lights, but the D3 is predominantly a weekday pavement pounder. We might go away 5 times a year where I'd want them and I don't have a front bar of any kind.

    I was considering making up a bracket of some sort I could use to bolt them on when I wanted them and take them off to avoid the snotty little schits a the schools I work around (shades of Ted Bullpit there).

    Working with lighting in the security field where we actually test lights in real world scenarios, I have a terrible aversion to LEDs. These look like they'd fit the bill if only I can find a sane way of getting them on and off as-needed.

  4. #74
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    There is a very good auto elec that makes custom light brackets in WA.

    From memory gets a good wrap from people on here.

    Auto Spark in Osborne Park - not sure if they will be long enough to fit a FyrLyt but he does do custom stuff.

    Cheers
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    Chuck

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  5. #75
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    I have no problem making the bracket, I was more wondering if anyone had done it before just to give me some shoulders to stand on more than anything. I'll pop the grille out over the next week or so and start poking around for places to bolt stuff without having to cut or drill holes.

  6. #76
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    I made this for my RRS, I did find , however that it vibrated a bit too much, the fix was to make a couple of small brackets that go from the driving light mounting bolts to the number plate mounting bolts.

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    By the way the Cibies are OK but not worth the money they retail for (luckily I scored them for less than $200.00 for the pair).


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