Denali DR1 Single Intensity LED Lighting Kit
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  • Denali DR1 Single Intensity LED Lighting Kit  - Black
  • Denali DR1 Single Intensity LED Lighting Kit  - Black
  • Denali DR1 Single Intensity LED Lighting Kit  - Black
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  • Denali DR1 Single Intensity LED Lighting Kit  - Chrome
  • Denali DR1 Single Intensity LED Lighting Kit

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Denali DR1 Single Intensity LED Lighting Kit

The large 10° optic in the Denali DR1 maximizes the distance you can see down the road by concentrating a spot beam pattern at the center of the road. The DR1 is ideal for night riding in on/off road conditions where maximum beam distance is desired. Consuming only 10 watts of power per lamp, the Denali DR1 lights throw a blazing beam of light 695 feet down the road. That’s over 4 times further than your typical motorcycle high beam.

Want more from your Denali DR1 Lights? Grab a set of Snap-On Lens Filters to change the beam pattern and prolong the lifespan of the lights.

Features:

  • Pod size: 3" round x 3.75" long
  • Beam distance: 695ft
  • Power draw: 10watts per lamp (1.5amp total draw)
  • Intensity: single
  • Beam angle: 10° lenses
  • Waterproof: IP-68 (full immersion at 6.6ft for 60 minutes)
  • Mount: universal M8
  • Bike specific Denali Auxiliary Light Mount available (sold separately)

Includes:

  • 2 LED pods
  • Wiring harness
  • Switch
  • Standard mounting hardware

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4.8 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.3 / 5
Fit & Finish
5 / 5
Durability
4.7 / 5

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 961575 TT-DR1 In Stock: Ships next business day
Chrome 1079983 TTDR1.C In Stock: Ships next business day

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4.3 / 5
Fit & Finish
5.0 / 5
Durability
4.7 / 5
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4 / 5
Denali DR1 Chrome Review - Something Different For Harley Passing Lights
After visiting the Twisted Throttle booth at the International Motorcycle Show in New York City and conversing with their terrific staff, I decided to purchase their chromed Denali DR1 Single Intensity LED Auxilliary Lighting Kit with full harness. Truth is, I had been researching alternatives to Harley's proprietary "Passing Lights" (small rounded mini-headlights that flank their main headlight) for some time. The 5" headlight on my 2007 Dyna Street Bob was no brighter than the "D" Battery powered flashlight I used on my first camping trip as a Cub Scout, and the Alloy Art 7" which I replaced it with was no better. Thus, it was time for an upgrade. Problem is, these units are not cheap. From Harley's own LED passing lamps, to other manufacturer's iterations, you're looking at a nice chunk of change to make the move to LED Aux lights.

Worse, you have no idea how bright these lights are, since there are major discrepancies in manufacturer claims on real-world LED ouput. So aside from drooling over some of the custom bikes from the Motorcycle Show's build-off, and some of the brand new offerings, my main objective was to check out the Denali's in person at the Twisted Throttle booth. As mentioned above, their staff on hand, including their Director Of Marketing, couldn't have been more helpful in answering my questions. Better yet, they had a demo display, where you could ignite each one of their models and view the output first hand. Turning on the DR1's produced a significant blast of white LED light, which is exactly what I wanted, so out came the wallet.

The lights themselves have been terrific. They produce a nice swath of ultra-bright, white LED light that illuminates the road far ahead of you. You'll never find yourself squinting into the distance trying to make out that 12 point buck standing in the middle of the road, or a sign providing much needed directional help. These lights DELIVER. However, you will find cagers flashing their brights at you...a lot. These lights are blinding to oncoming traffic. Personally, I don't care. Drivers can see me coming, day or night, and that's the whole point. Installation was pretty straight-forward, but it is not a quick project, considering I had to take off my tank and reroute all the wiring. That said, it does come with everything you need for the install, EXCEPT for the two fork mounting brackets, which added another $70 to the price.

I took off a star for two reasons. First, the price is a little high. I got the DR1's on sale, which dropped the price about $100, and if Twisted would sell these pups for around that $325-350 price point normally, I think they'd see a significant boost in sales, especially if they included the fork mounting brackets. Second, and this is aesthetic, the design of the cooling fins could be better. Currently, the fins are mainly on the top, giving the lights a "rougher" look, which works well with Adverture Bikes, but not with Cruisers. Obviously, Twisted just "dipped" their current DR1 lights to chrome the casings, but if there is going to be a mkII of this chromed light, I would suggest putting the fins on either side and keeping the top rounded and smooth. This works much better with the rounded lines of a Harley or any cruiser bike. This design change would also allow the DR1's to "flow" better as the wing-men to the main headlight.
July 18, 2016
Ride:
2007 Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob FXDB/I
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
great auxiliary light
great light for the price, white light, works about 200 mts and we can move the angle...excellent lights!!!!!
December 14, 2015
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Awesome lights!
I had a hard time spending so much money on these lights but now that they are installed and working I'm so glad I got them. I went round and round trying to figure out which Denali light to get and the DR-1's are a great choice. Long controllable throw of light and low drain on the volts. The additional Denali Bar for the vstrom is pretty nice. I worry about it damaging the fairing in a tip over but hopefully it will be ok if that happens.
June 12, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2012 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Great light beam for driving at night and excellent to be seen durying day rides.
Great light beam for driving at night and excellent to be seen durying day rides.

Great product.
May 18, 2015
Great intense light
The lights are a worthwhile investment.They increase visibility and overall look of the bike. Had to be creative with installation especially the wiring. Had to look up the wiring diagram. But over all quality is impeccable..
May 31, 2016
Ride:
2014 Yamaha XVS950 Bolt R-Spec
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Fit & Finish
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Denali Spots
Excellent build quality and the it does light up the road ahead of you quite brilliantly. It is an awesome pair to own especially if you intend to do some night driving.
August 30, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
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Night driving, needed more light on the Tiger.
3milled on Nov 10, 2016
Light up the night, best time of day... Right?
Kenny W on Aug 13, 2016
Night driving, needed more light on the Tiger.
3milled on Nov 10, 2016
For the price you could not beat the 600+ light distance.
AntMan1224 on Sep 29, 2016
Light up the night, best time of day... Right?
Kenny W on Aug 13, 2016
I think that's lights going to be perfect for night riding on my GS through winding roads on country side
Marc L on Jun 18, 2016
These lights are extremely solid and well-built...massive amount of light as well. With the standard low beam/high beam setup on the GS we found ourselves constantly racing against time in off road conditions to get to camp before dark...those days are over with the Denali DR1.
Hans J on Jun 7, 2016
For the price you could not beat the 600+ light distance.
AntMan1224 on Sep 29, 2016
I think that's lights going to be perfect for night riding on my GS through winding roads on country side
Marc L on Jun 18, 2016
What is the lumen rating of these lights?
Randall G on Feb 21, 2015
Do I get the complete fittings for the Tiger 800xc the switch the wiring harness and the mounting brackets ?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You get the switch & wiring harness along with the lights, the mounting brackets need to be bought separately.
I want to mount the DR1 on the Mustache Engine Guard of my Harley Fatboy FLSTF 2013.
Any additional mounting hardware required to be ordered apart from what comes in the box?
Jainiti S on Sep 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The kit pretty much comes with a stud and a nut suitable for mounting on a bracket you would build yourself. If you can drill a hole you can mount it.There is very limited adjustment heightwise and none horizontally. Also be warned they are heavy so you will need a lot of support to hold it steady while riding.

You will be shocked how far and bright the lights are. Brighter than 30 watt hids.....
Does the DR1 with the crashbar mount fit the Honda CB500X + Givi crashbar ? I just purchased them and am concerned on the clearance with the middle cowl.
Luis Alberto A on Jul 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Not sure about givi bars but on my gs1200 with touratech bars I have about 25mm between head and bars. Once clamp fitted there was around 15mm so clamp took up about 10 mm. Hopefully this helps you. The dr1 are fantastic. So bright makes me seen from miles off.
how much power do these pull? I worry about over working the alt. on a 1996 bmw.
A shopper on Jun 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: hello, I really don't know exactly but it works perfectly in a Suzuki vstrom 1000 with a battery 7.5 amp 12 V, great light
Do you have to use the supplied Denali switch? Can you hardwire it and bypass the switch?
kevin860 on Jul 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You can hardwire the lights and not use the supplied switch. This would mean that when you hit high beam the lights would always come on. You need to remember the lights are very bright, much brighter than the standard high beam light supplied on the bike and there may be times when you do not wish to use the Denali's. When I did my install I did not use the supplied switch I used one that illuminated when the Denali's were on and had a much more positive switching mechanism.
Hope I have been of help.
Kerry
Do the lights come on when the bike is started or is there a switch to turn them on?
Randall G on Feb 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Depends on how you wire them. You can do them either with the provided switch, to by tying into the high beams.