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    11,000 lumens of LED !

    Ok, so I'd need to stiffen the front fork springs, and provide an AC invertor to power it, but wouldn't it be cool to just turn it on once on the trail !

    https://www.foxfury.com/products/detail.php?id=132

    Oh yeah, I might need to sell a car to finance it too .....

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    Well, you can make a similar 12 MC-E setup for much cheaper. I guess, at below $1000.

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    IF I was a millionaire, I'd of already of clicked the SEND IT TO ME Button



    Sadly I'm not

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    Yeah, it would be rather impressive to fire up. I know it's not a technical breakthrough, but cool that someone has done it, and with 100 foot depth rating.

    I think it's more of a sign of things to come for LED, different purposes being leveraged. But it will need to come at a reasonable price to be accepted

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    Seems like that could be built for much less. Heck, 4 Deesta MC-E lights would have about the same output.

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    wow, used car or LED's? hmmmmm...
    i'm a lead farmer mother f*cker!!!

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    You're looking at our next dirtbike light right there!

    Nah, I got a 4 X overdriven MCE/P& in mind for that. Where's the time these days though.

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    you can fit about 3500 lumens into a mag-head-sized object with XPE's. I would guess that if you covered the same surface area as that with XPE's (or XPGs ) you'd be a good bit higher than 11k lumen output, plus you could use individual 10mm optics and have a completely tuneable beam.

    maybe I should build one of those

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