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Lights
#1
So what lights are you racing guys going to be using for your virgin 24hr in Plymouth 8)
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#2
I'm gonna take 2 x Fenix P3D's and 1 x Airbike SL1  should give me a total of 8) 1,130 lumens! 8)
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#3
2x Helmet Mounted Fenix L2D + Niteflux Photon MAX  = 1160 Lumens.  8) 8)

(although will be running the Niteflux on Medium for extra longevity)
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#4
"BMJBOY" Wrote:(although will be running the Niteflux on Medium for extra longevity)

I find a Nitefux tends to send me to sleep... It's pretty common though and in the interests of being a modern kind of guy I do at least *** Deleted...
Keep it foolish...
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#5
I have a home made light that is as bright as you'll ever need which can be used with a helmet torch and i also have access to a set of exposure lights (bar / helmet combo) so i'll probably use those and someone else is welcome to the other set.
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#6
I have a flashy cat eye and flashy rear  cat eye.


Undecided
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#7
Guys - Anyone advise on the best place to source Fenix L2D(?) AA powered torches from?

I need 5.

Ive advised a mate to run 4 (2 on bars, 2 on helmet) as he has no lights for the enduro yet, and I want another one for my helmet.

Any suggestions?
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#8
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#9
Just to keep the thread warm, my second Fenix L2D should be here shortly - so thats 2 for my helmet and the Niteflux on the bike.

Now to ensure Ive got the right batteries to last long enough as those Tescos ones Ive tried couldnt power anything!
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#10
I'm using my normal Blackburn X8's and my very bright headtorch.. Must rememeber batteries though
My riding is more up and down than the damn area I live in! And the tart's knickers who lives next door - Combined!  :o
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