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#1000143 - 11/03/17 04:12 AM Re: Clearwater Darlas on an R1200RTW [Re: Mike]  
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This fall I stopped in to their shop in the Sacramento area. I had issues that the lights were interfering with my sound systems. They found the tech that installed the lights routed the wires from the lights with the wires of the sound system. It works better now. I Glendas on and one of them had a problem. They took the Glendas off and gave me Darlas for the Glendas. at no cost. I also have Krista's mounted. while there I had them put an erica on the right side. I really like them. They make night time to almost daylight.

#1011810 - 05/24/18 02:26 AM Re: Clearwater Darlas on an R1200RTW [Re: Mike]  
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I also had a set of Darlas mounted to my '17 RT as well as as the Billie Jr brake light. I had them installed at the dealer but because the install is pretty much plug and play the labor for the installation was pretty insignificant. As the OP stated, the lights are plenty bright for daytime use so I have the Darlas dialed down to 20 or 30 % but the Billy Jr's are down as low as I can get them and they're still almost too bright. I also have the continuous strobe with the horn button depressed and it really is an attention getter (I do use the horn for idiot identification and conspicuity). All in all, I am very pleased with the quality, fit and finish, and operational advantage the Clearwater products provide. I would definately recommend Clearwater products to any one and will certainly be using them again in the future.


'17 R1200RT (White Lightnin')

GONE:
'02 RT (Artie) 120,300 miles
12 K1600GTL (Johnny 5)
'00 LT (Emil a.k.a. der Schleppen boot)
'10 K1300GT
A plethora of Japanese bikes...

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