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Duel sport lights

I need Duel sport D.O.T approved headlight and LED taillight for my MC250. A dealer suggested UFO and I had been discussing a different brand that I can't remember with Mark from Gofasters

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But he's in New Zealand and I need these lights quick. Any input on quality and looks? I'm going with black to match the forks and contrast the fender.How much wattage you get from your mc? I dislocated my shoulder and while I am recovering the bike gets an 18 rear rim at the dealer and they promised to measure the wattage. I don't want them to say anything stupid in order to buy the whole ec system... I have also bought an ufo led tail light and if the wattage is really low I will use an Acerbis dual spot halogen headlight with led mr16 spot lights (I tested one in full dark and it was pretty strong with white light). I need lights mainly to get approved for enduro races not for the street.,,,

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