Baja is taking a few weeks to ship right now on onx6+ lights. I am not sure on the headlight kit. I would need to call and get an ETA. Sent you a quote.
I ordered them last week.. I’ll be sure to review them. @Cupnhagen ’s comments concern me a little, and if I should just be ordering the 10” bar...I am a sucker for good lighting and have been saving my lunch money for either one of these. Anybody got some opinion or clarity even better!
Sounds legit really. How about doing similar with an Onyx 6+ see what is up withthe other system. Thx for the come back...I have access to a lumen meter, while out in the desert we shot them my buddy does led lighting for a few of the casinos in Vegas so he shot my lights after reading the posts.
There very well may be a difference in 'legit improvement' & claimed lumen output actually matching measured lumen output.I have the standard (not laser) on my 2020 car and stock lights on my 2017. There is a big difference/improvement, especially side by side.
It sounds like the claim above was based readings taken from a handheld lumen meter/photometer. These devices are used in photography and other applications to test a pinpoint measurement at a very specific point. Not at all a good representation of the output of the light, being that our reflector and lens are designed to spread the effective lumen range up to 42 degrees wide.There very well may be a difference in 'legit improvement' & claimed lumen output actually matching measured lumen output.
My question is, How is the company measuring the lumens? Is it with an actual distanced meter reading or is it by mathematical calculation (as in the factory says 1 led = X lumes so therefore 6 of those leds = X6. Claimed & measured lumens may be different here.