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  • 04-24-2014
    TiGeo
    Pardon my ignorance on this, but I assume the 15 narrows the beams into more of a spot for the helmet and the 45 spreads it out for the bar? What angle are the stock optics?
  • 04-24-2014
    robs31
    I believe it was speculated that the stock lenses were 15, but their not marked so no way to tell for sure. The original ad stated they were 60 degree, but we know that to not be true. Optics also have a less defined cutoff so you can't really compare to a reflector like the 808's 10 degree.
  • 04-24-2014
    bongsta329
    @KVW... Yes, that's the one. The original lens are also plastic. No melting issues and been using them since Dec.
  • 04-24-2014
    bongsta329
    The stock lens looks something in between the 15 and 25 deg lens from leddna. The stock are definitely not 60 deg. The lens are cheap enough that I bought 10, 15, 25, 45, 60 degrees. For me the 15 and 45 degree combo worked the best.
  • 04-24-2014
    TiGeo
    So the 45 has a noticeable impact on the "spread" of the beam for bar use?
  • 04-24-2014
    bongsta329
    45 degree has more spill but the throw is short. Definitely recommend the 45 deg if using bar/helmet 2 light combo. 25 degree is the best compromise for throw and spill. Better for single light application.