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The ultra compact size of the DM light is ideal for street bikes where you want to maintain a clean inconspicuous look without sacrificing brightness. The DM is also ideal for daytime visibility as the smaller optic intensifies the brightness of the light when looking at the light from the front. Consuming only 5 watts of power per lamp, the Denali DM lights throw a blazing beam of light 240 feet down the road in front of you. That’s 85 feet further than your typical motorcycle high beam.
All Denali LED lights are housed in a rugged waterproof aluminum housing (submersible up to 3 meters underwater). These LEDs boast an average life span of 50,000 hours; that’s 6 years without ever being shut off. Yes, Denali went overboard. It’s what they do.
Pod Size: 1.7” round x 2.4” long
Beam distance of 240’ft
Power draw of 5 watts/.75 amp per lamp
Beam Angle: 10° and 40°
2x Micro LED light pods
Wiring Harness with Relay and Lighted Switch
2 x spot driving beam lenses (10 degree beam pattern)
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Alan K: I need lights for my CB500x. With PUIG engine guards and the mounts from Denali, I think these should work. The main headlight and highbeam is great for the bike. Riding at night when off road or with minimal light, I need something more.Mar 28, 2015
Richard C: Small physical size, and high ratings on Denali products from many users.Mar 27, 2015
Dennis Z: For increased visibility to cagers, and to better see road hazards at night. LED's provide low current draw, and the DM Micros have 2 lenses that allow a choice of beam patterns. Revzilla's sale made them an even greater value!Feb 15, 2015
Michael G: Referred to me by other riders.Feb 13, 2015
Mike C: These lights are a small form factor with a bright payload. They also have a large selection of mounting accessories and options - fender kits and button mount tabs available. They are perfect and increase my visibility while driving. Additionally, the bike is more visible with these lights.Jan 14, 2015
Darrin F: small, robust looking, led, good light output, good reviews on webSep 21, 2014
Shahram M: I think it will create a greater awareness of my bike to crossing traffic which is a major concern. It also was at a reasonable price and seems like a simple upgrade for both visibility and safety.Aug 14, 2014
John V: Increase my onroad visabilty to other drivers for increased safetyJul 10, 2014
Alex A: Because I often ride at night, so I would like something that aids in my viewing and visibility at night.Jun 20, 2014
Robert R:The included wiring harness is designed to obtain power and ground directly from the battery so there is no interference with the canbus system. If you choose to tap power from a different source within the bike's electrical system a problem could occur.May 25, 2015
Alberto M asked:Hello, I trying to to install my new Denali lights but I am kind of puzzle regarding what is the white cable on the electrical wiring really for ?, the instructions say to connect to any switched 12 volt power source. I am using the option to operate the lights with the on/off Denali Switch....any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank youNov 15, 2014
Doug L:I connected the white wire to my black wire that runs the running light's under the seat .For example I traced the black wire that runs the license plate light and used the blue conector and screwed it right into that wire.That way I can use my on/off switch.The on/off switchis just a contact point one way thru 12 volt power runs thru it then when you push the button the cotact breaks the power going thru it causing it to turn off hope that helps.Nov 18, 2014
The white wire needs to be connected to any power source that is activated when the ignition is on. I traced the power to the low beam headlight that is on when riding and used the connector that is in the kit. I use mine anytime I'm riding as they really show up well, even during the day.
John V:The white wire is your power supply source. It needs to be connected to a live wire or a wire that becomes live when the ignition switch is turned on. I ran it back to the socket under the seat. Connected it to the power source for the socketNov 18, 2014
Doug L:Under product details it says (All Denali LED lights are housed in a rugged waterproof aluminum housing (submersible up to 3 meters underwater).I personally have never had to try it out because I stay away from riding on wet days.Jul 28, 2014
Robert C:I am working on my first real tour and went through two heavy rainstorms yesterday and the switch is exposed to the weather and the lights are still burning. I have not had any issue with these lights. I would buy them again.Jul 28, 2014
sourav k asked:Will this product work with Kawasaki Ninja 650R, model 2015? Need your expert opinion about - Will it cause any extra load on battery that can affect power distribution on other accessories? Is there any mounting bracket available for the same bike.Jun 3, 2015
Robert C:I have a 2012 Kawasaki Concours and I used an "L" shaped piece of aluminum from a different light kit. I mounted the lights on a front fender bolt. I have traveled over 5K miles since mounting the lights and have not had a problem with the small mount or the lights. The lights are very bright white light. I purchased a Rowe Power Distribution Module (PDM60) to power up 2 extra power plugs to power GPS / phone/ ipod and also these lights, so I can not say how much power they draw. I did not take notice of any electrical power draw from the included installation instructions. Wiring the lights was not difficult with the provided quick connectors.Jun 4, 2015
John V:Good question. I do not know of a "bike" specific mount and can only guide you to take a close look at the crash bars that break out through the fairing ( having looked at this bike on their website) and determine if the crash bar clamps sold for these lights will position the lights out front and ahead of the fairing, while staying inside the crash bar dimension. I doubt one would want to mount them to the exterior of the crash bar.Oct 16, 2014
Robert C:I do not know about your motor, but I have a Kawasaki Concours. I thought about several mounting options and went for mounting them on the lower portion of the forks. I find the lights are bright as some on coming cars will high beam me when the Micro LED's are on. I use just a small 90 degree aluminum bracket off the front forks to hold the lights in place.Oct 16, 2014
John V:You need either a round tube section or web / brace with a hole through it somewhere on your crash bar to which you mount a clamp or pass a bolt through to mount these lights. You will need to buy the mounting clamp separately. Available from RevZilla as well. Search " Denali Mounting Clamps or Brackets".Sep 13, 2014
Tim G:They mount with the supplied brackets/bolts. The package has the dimensions on the bolts. You will need to drill holes to mount them or if your crashbars have mounting holes already. You may have to get a seperate mounting kit.Sep 14, 2014
I've got a 1995 klr 250 which currently is without a battery. What battery would work with both these lights and the standard lighting system? And has anyone dealt quoth mounting these on a klr 250?Jan 25, 2015
Curvin B:It's more about what the stator can handle with watts/amps (I'm no expert) than the battery, although I'm sure a strong battery can't hurt. Unfortunately I have a klr 650 so I can't answer specifically For a klr 250. But I have the Mico LED with the stock lighting and a 12 volt outlet on my 2014 and no issues with chargin Etc...Feb 13, 2015
It comes with everything, harness etc that you need as far a wiring. I Hard wired directly to battery and then tapped into the low beam wire on headlight So they are always on, unless I use the pushbutton, manual off/on button. I wanted mine always on but there is much debate over legality of this with turning off with high beams, how many lights you have on etc. It does have a separate switch so they can be turned off manually. My motto shop said they would have no issue inspecting my bike The way I hooked them up.
I love these little lights and feel like it's adds a huge saftey factor (main reason for my purchase) and they look pretty cool too. low draw on electrical system too.
Mar 16, 2015
John V:I believe so, though please review Denali entire product line to ensure they do not sell a specific fog light. This would suggest they feel a difference light spread is used when in fog, however, these lights do a good spread and mounted correctly (low) they can serve as a fog light.Jan 5, 2015
Matt W asked:Can this be mounted both on a horizontal or vertical surface? I am trying to figure out how I would mount on my FZ6. Under the fairing (Horizontal) or on a front fender mount (vertical).. Thanks!Sep 25, 2014
Anthony H asked:I have an 09' F800ST. Looking to add driving lights for added safety during low light conditions. The DM Micro lights seem to be what I'm looking for. My concern is related to mounting options. What options will I have with the universal kit? I'm thinking either a fender or fairing install. Thanks in advance.Mar 4, 2014