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As I was driving today (daylight) I saw an extremely bright light approaching. It was almost blinding and very white with a tinge of blue. As it went by it was a bike. Couldn't tell exactly what type. May have been a BMW.

What type of lights are this bright? I can't imagine anyone not seeing this thing. I'm thinking I may want one. I wonder if they are legal. I don't drive at night.
 

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As I was driving today (daylight) I saw an extremely bright light approaching. It was almost blinding and very white with a tinge of blue. As it went by it was a bike. Couldn't tell exactly what type. May have been a BMW.

What type of lights are this bright? I can't imagine anyone not seeing this thing. I'm thinking I may want one. I wonder if they are legal. I don't drive at night.
Maybe that was the guy I sold my Beemer to.... had an HID low beam... I loved it, but it looks like a hassel to get my hands into my Wings lights.
 

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As I was driving today (daylight) I saw an extremely bright light approaching. It was almost blinding .
so u would like to almost blind oncoming traffic ?

i met a bike like that yesterday, it happened to be a Harley, nope i would not recommend lights that bright
 

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Isn't this the type of discussion that brings out the irrefutable "Honda engineers know best" argument?

"If god wanted men to fly, she'd have given them wings." ~ The Honda Jihad
 
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