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Old 01-28-2015, 10:37 PM   #1
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I saw this on the Baja Designs website and thought the chart was pretty cool and informative. It does a great job breaking down the different lighting zones and the lights that work best in them. Even if you dont use Baja Designs (You should really check them out, super high quality LED lighting products) this might help you plan out your light setup.

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With more useable patterns than any other manufacturer, ClearView® provides you with a light for every zone and a scientific method to the madness.

ClearView™ is our proprietary optics, which are computer designed in-house by Baja Designs’ team of racing engineers who have first-hand knowledge of the lighting needs of all types of drivers and riders. Each new optic is meticulously prototyped in-house, and personally tested and perfected by Alan Roach, Baja Designs Engineer, Founder and Racer.

“The ultimate goal of lighting is to provide a smooth field of light so the driver can drive quickly with minimal fatigue. My engineering and racing knowledge combined with the feedback of our professional racers and drivers has allowed us to develop the best optics in the industry.” – Alan Roach, Baja Designs Engineer, Founder and Racer.

Each optic is designed to illuminate one or more of eight specific Lighting Zones. BD’s racing engineers were the first to define these lighting zones and to design specific patterns for the lesser known cornering, dust/fog and High Speed Spot zones. BD’s Wide Cornering and Wide Driving patterns were the first HID and LED lights that offered both a horizontal cut off and a wide pattern to make the light usable in fog or dust without causing blinding back scatter and also fill the important cornering zone so the driver doesn’t feel like he is driving in a tunnel. BD’s High Speed Spot™ has revolutionized LED lighting by truly achieving the distance of an HID with the smoothness of an LED. Other patterns available are Driving, Spot, Flood/Work and Dome/Interior. Amber patterns are also available.




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Love my baja designs ARC bar, Stealth bar, and S2's LEDS!
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Heres the link to my build.
The garbage rigid D2s in the front and back have been replaced and I couldn't be happier. The front now has a 10" Stealth Bar and the back up lights are S2s all from baja design

http://www.f150forum.com/f2/finally-...nstall-282203/



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