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Old 07-10-2013, 03:19 PM   #1
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Inspired engineering LED cubes.

Hey guys, was wondering if anyone was running these lights. Would like a review and maybe even some pics on windshield mounts on a TJ.
http://www.inspired-engineering.com/...ie-special.htm
Thanks, David.

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Old 07-10-2013, 09:28 PM   #2
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I run and sell those lights...minus their brand name on it. They are import LEDs that are simply bought and rebranded. I buy them direct from the manufacturer.
Their prices are not terrible really. A pair of their cubes are $136 and I sell them locally for $100....I have no overhead though.

As far as quality...they are great so far. Water and dust proof. Great construction.

As far as light output...insanely bright.


I have been testing different light bar mounts for the 50". I currently have the PSC mounts with Genright lower tabs welded on for Duallys.
I am waiting on a brand new set of mounts from another company (look for a review soon) that I think I am going to like better.
I also have a set of Genright windshield guards that I planned to add mounting tabs to, but have not had the chance to do so yet.


I have the 50", a pair of Duallys, and a 13" bar mounted on my TJ.



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Old 07-10-2013, 09:57 PM   #3
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How do those LED cubes compare to Kc-Hilights?
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Old 07-10-2013, 10:11 PM   #4
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...these lights will be added to the shopping list haha.
Could you post up a pic of them in use? Like a night shot with just headlights and then with only the CUBES?
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Try ebay, just picked up 30 waterprood led units for rock lights for 12 bucks shipped from China.
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Unless you're looking for something that will just be used to impress your friends of course, then you'll want the name brand ones.
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Old 07-11-2013, 06:11 AM   #7
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Haha Nah I rum some woody trails and there are lights for night riding since its a city road but definitely not enough, so I need some good lights.
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How do those LED cubes compare to Kc-Hilights?
The cubes (16w) are 1440 lm.
KC Highlights (100w) are about 2900 lm.

LEDs put out about three times more lumens per watt than a halogen bulb does.
The 16w cubes compare closely to a 50w halogen light.

Since you mentioned KC...the lights I carry make KC's line of LED lights.
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...these lights will be added to the shopping list haha.
Could you post up a pic of them in use? Like a night shot with just headlights and then with only the CUBES?
I will get some pics for you this weekend while doing some work on the Jeep. I have HID headlights, so that will not make for a good comparison.
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Awesome man! No worries in comparison, my neighboor has the HIDs so ill be able to do a fair comparison

Thanks!!

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