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Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit
  • Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit - Black
  • Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit - Black
  • Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit - Black
  • Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit - Chrome
  • Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit - Chrome
  • Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit
  • Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit

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Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit

The unique optic in the D2 lights were designed to create a massive beam of light that is the perfect balance between distance and width. You won’t believe how much light is thrown out in front of you, and off to the sides. Consuming only 10 watts of power per lamp, the Denali D2 lights throw a blazing beam of light 423 feet down the road in front of you. That’s 3 times further than your typical motorcycle high beam.

The Denali D2 lights are equipped with a dual intensity LED and harness to create the ideal lighting solution for on and off road riders who want an uncompromised beam of light illuminating the road in front of them. These lights are so bright, Denali developed dual intensity technology so you can use your existing hi/low beam switch to select half intensity brightness when passing oncoming. The lights can also be wired independent of your high/low beam switch to run at full intensity all the time. It’s up to you!

All Denali LED lights are housed in a rugged waterproof aluminum housing (submersible up to 3 meters underwater). Each LED boasts an average life span of 50,000 hours; that’s 6 years without ever being shut off. Yes, they went overboard. It’s what they do.


  • Pod Size: 2” round x 2.4” long
  • Beam Distance of 423’ ft
  • Power Draw of 10 watts/1.5 amp per lamp
  • Dual intensity
  • Beam Angle: 10° and 40°
  • Waterproof: IP-68
  • 828 lumens


  • 2 x Denali D2 LED light pods
  • Wiring Harness with Dimmer Module, Relay and Lighted Switch
  • 2 x M8 (8mm) mounting brackets
  • 2 x spot driving beam lenses (10 degree beam pattern)
  • 2 x flood beam lenses (40 degree beam pattern)
  • Installation instructions
  • Allen wrench

Note: Mounting kit sold separately.


Fitment Notes & Exceptions

This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black 938472 TT-D2 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Chrome 1079985 TTD2.C Out of Stock


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Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit 4.7 5 16 16
I'm impressed! As I was ordering the Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit, I was a little skeptical those little lights would work. Holy cow! They are bright, built well and really light up the road. I'm very happy I bought them. August 17, 2015
Very good lights I like the safety iti gives at night The fit and finish of the product is very good the kids complete and it gives me the safety that I want and Oncoming cars see I am at motorcycle not a car with one light it's a big deal for me because I travel the back roads June 15, 2015
nighttime country riding I ride through the country every day on my commute. These definitely make me feel safer, better able to see deer and other critters that might be lurking near the road. May 11, 2015
These brighten my day... And night. Awesome set of lights. Super bright, they do not match the color of my headlights. My headlights are Osram Nightbreakers halogen the warm color compared to these LED's. I have them wired to switch intensity from low to high with my headlights and they are simply perfect. Easy to install. 2 options 10 degree or 40 wide degree lenses. I have the 10 on the left and 40 on the right. Just a friendly reminder don't cut off the push button switch for any reason. The lights still need that to run. I had to solder it back in. And now the switch is located under my pillion seat. May 8, 2015
Good for the size.1190r ADV 2014 Installed these , onThursday , went out into the sticks on friday night for a 6 hr ride thru all sorts of terrain. Spoon drains , slippery mud , tarmac, wet roads, hills, corners tight and sweeping and gravel roads. They are an improvement over the stock headlamp for sure and light up the bush to the side well, i have mounted them to the crash bars i feel they could do better at around the indicator height as the light skips over the road surface and not onto it, especially on gravel roads which have a light pigment. I will bulster my setup by moving these to the indicator height and then buying some peircing style leds for a deeper and clearer view further down the road , something that the D2's don't do well IMO. March 24, 2015
Not as great as people rave about First problem I had with the Denali D2's involved the hinge link, the M3x20 socket head bolt and the fact that you could not secure one light with it as it was either to short or the hinge link was defective (had to use a nylon hammer to seat it). I found the hinge link issue out after installing the wiring harness on my 2005 FJR1300 (and wow, is there a LOT of extra wire for my bike left over to try to put somewhere - can't they offer two choices of harness lenght?). The lights are not as bright as I was hoping. I guess the people that say how bright they are have a poor headlight system to begin with. The FJR1300 has a very decent headlight system - the only one better I've had exposure to was on my Goldwing. They don't help with the distance much more than the standard FJR headlamps do. The do throw some additional light to the sides, so that's a plus. I purchased mirror mounts for the lights, so they are not close to the ground but approximately headlight level. Will I keep them - yep, since they are already mounted. Would I buy them again for another bike? Only if my headlight system on that bike was very poor. Would I recommend them to a friend? Nope, not unless they just wanted some spare lights mounted on the forks for cager visibility. March 6, 2015
Great Driving Lights I purchased these lights on sale, so for the "bang" well worth it. I do not think I would have bought them however, if they were at full price. However, with that said, they do the job well, and enhance the lighting for my motorcycle. These are not flood lights, but driving lights, so don't expect the "world" to light up. But they do provide great added lighting while driving at night, without blinding oncoming traffic. They allow for low and high beam capability, love that. As for the ease to put them in, well lets say, I am sure that may vary, depending on the individuals mechanical capacity. I do not like working with electrical. The wiring harness provided in the kit is definitely a must. I did look online for more information as to how to install them for my particular bike, which was the best thing I could have done, helped me immensely in how/where to put my connections. I am pleased with my purchase, and do recommend them for others to use to enhance the stock lighting on your bikes. March 2, 2015
D2's rock! Be seen on the road in daylight and lite your nite with these! This is just about the ideal lighting solution. At 40% light during the day it provides great marking lights to help you stand out and be seen during the daylight hours. At night, when hooked to your brights, they provide exceptional lighting to see what's coming and most any speeds. Only thing that could be easier is the installation. Trusted my dealer to splice them into the existing harness. Very happy with the results. February 23, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Richard G: Based on the research that I did on lights these appear to offer the beam of light that I am using it for; increased day time visibility and nighttime road visibility. Denali also offers a mounting kit designed for the KLR650 which is the bike on which these will be used. Oct 29, 2015
Ted S: These lights had great reviews on multiple web-sites. Sep 23, 2015
Edward G: Looking for additional lighting for my ST1300. The D2 has dual intensity and additional lenses to tailor the lights to exactly what I need. Sep 8, 2015
R O: Reviews and size Jul 18, 2015
John R: need it for mounting the lights I bought May 25, 2015
C H: good reviews and at 20% off they are what I need at a god price May 25, 2015
Tracy P: Was needing some additional driving lights. If I had it to do over, I would have purchased some LEDRiders and a SKENE controller. Mar 25, 2015
asbjorn P: new technology + price, and i was very happy with my last purchase - SIDI boots Mar 23, 2015
Richard O: Brightness, low power consumption and switchable from low to high beam. Mar 6, 2015
Jennifer H: Love these. Huge improvement on lighting on all my bikes Feb 28, 2015
BENJAMIN C: I have these lights on my F800GS. They are great. So, I bought a pair to put on my 1981 R100...as they draw minimal amps. Oct 4, 2014
Anthony Sean D: Low power draw and the hi/low output feature tied into the high/low beam switch of the bikes headlight, where primary reasons. Good bang for the buck, solid build, nice looking lights. Jul 31, 2014
gerrit m: Size and performance at night, do 50% of my commuting at night. Jul 29, 2014
Andrew R: Just what I was looking for. May 2, 2014
Snorre Kveim : To improve visibility and sight. Highly recommended by friends. Apr 23, 2014
A shopper asked: Is it possible/wise to install one 10 degree and one 40 degree light on a bike? It seems as though this might give the best lighting condition. If so, any thoughts as to which light on which side of my R1200gs? Feb 8, 2015
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Rodger H: I thought that too and I tried it. I had one at 10 and the other at 40. I ended up going back to 10 on both sides since what was really needed was a longer distance beam. My lights are very low and mounted on the fender bolts so the light will generally be very close to the road and often under the fog to some extent. There is also enough close side spill on the 10 degree that I felt that I just lost too much throw with the 40 compared to what was gained. If the lights were not so low to the ground it may be different. However, these lights are amazing and I cant imagine riding without them. They area by far my most valuable accessory I have added to my bike! They can light up reflective road signs in the daytime and even on low they increase my visibility to others extensively! Feb 9, 2015
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Anthony Sean D: It is possible. While difficult to make out in the photo, the two small items to the left, are the optional lenses. The kit comes with 2 x 10 degree lenses and 2 x 40 degree lenses.

If I were to install one of each, I personally would probably install the 40 degree on the curb side. Doing so would allow the 40 degree to illuminate the shoulders better for possible nocturnal animals. The 10 degree on the non-curb side would allow for a brighter and longer reaching light to see down the road.

I am sure arguments can be made for doing it the opposite way as well.
Feb 8, 2015
James F: I agree with "Anthony Sean D" I have the 10 degree on the left and the 40 degree on the right. This is so I don't blind on coming traffic and yet still have a wide spread. Best of both worlds. May 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a 2008 Yamaha WR250R. do you know if I the included mounting hardware will suffice or if I will need additional mounting hw? Mar 10, 2015
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Elkin T: Hi, You are really likely to need additional hw. In my case I got this: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/techmount-light-mount because I already had crash bars on my bike.

Depending on your bike you can build or get a simpler plate bracket, so it could be a good idea to get the Denali, evaluate where do you want to mount them on your bike and then decide which kind or bracket is better for you.
Mar 10, 2015
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Emanouil P: Depends were you are planning to mount them. I did put mine on the fender so I needed additional fender kit. If you want to shop around all you need is a M6 long screw and a spacer ~ 2-3 in. Apr 22, 2015
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Paul S: I ended up.fashioning a mounting bracket to allow me to.mount my lights in the location I determined as best. I did not end up using the installation kit That I purchased. Mar 10, 2015
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Jared B: The supplied hardware is a bolt bracket meaning you'd need to drill a hole. I would say another bracket is necessary. Mar 10, 2015
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Jeff J asked: I have a 2008 Yamaha WR250R. Do you know if the mounting hardware included will suffice, or if I need additional hw? Mar 10, 2015
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James F: There is mounting hardware included; but, will it be sufficient for you bike. That would depend on where you want to mount the lights. I opted for a separate mount for my Triumph Explorer. The second picture for these lights on Revzilla show the bracket that comes with the kit. It's right in front of the zip ties. Mar 11, 2015
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Kirt M: Hey Jeff. I have a 2014 BMW K1300S and had to look where I planned on mounting the lights and if a "straight" or "angled - 90". Once you determine what will work best then identity the attachment hardware best suited for your application. I believe it comes with the straight mounts. Mar 10, 2015
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Ted S: I have wanted these lights for a long time. Several years ago I purchased a fender mount for my BMW 1100r GS. I recently purchased the lights and the installation went very well. I think you could build a mount for your Yamaha pretty easily. Mar 10, 2015
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Erel T asked: Is the ON/OFF switch that comes with the kit waterproof ? Mar 25, 2015
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Emanouil P: No clue, but I have mine shoved under the seat. I did wire mine to the bike high low switch so I don't see a great need for the on off switch. On my bike when you turn the key on with out starting the bike the Denalli;s stay off. When I fire up the bike they come on. I plan to ride with them on at all times so the switch is a surplus. I am looking for a way to eliminate it altogether. Apr 22, 2015
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Michelle S: I can not vouch for the swtich being "water proof". I do have the switch in a vertical position, and have been out in the rain a few times, with no issues to the system.

I too was concerned about this, and will just wait and see if issues arise with moisture problems.
Mar 25, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a 07 BMW K1200LT. What kind of mounting kit would I need to install your "Denali D2 LED Driving Light Kit"? Oct 8, 2014
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Rafael Jr G: Sorry i'm not sure but one thing I can say, if you plan to put an engine or crash guards, you can mount them there using the just the brackets that come with it. Oct 9, 2014
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