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Zeus Pro LED 10w CREE (Olympus Off Road)

I got this 17" 100W Pro LED light bar from Olympus Off Road



http://www.olympusoffroad.com/

I believe it is also available on Amazon here

http://www.amazon.com/SX10-Projecto...168189&sr=8-3&keywords=17"+light+bar+cree+10w

- Power: 100W - Voltage: 9-48V DC - Lumens: 8600 lm - LED: 10PCS*10W(CREE LED) - Size: 17" x 2.52" 3.62" - Beam: 20°Pencil beam, 40°Flood beam - Working life: 50000 hours - Working temperature: -40~80°C - Amp Draw(12V DC): 8.33A - Dust and waterproof: IP68 - Vibration rating: 15.6G - Material: Extruded 6061 Aluminum Housing, Polycarbonate lens

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I decided to mount it low, just wired it into the stock fog light wiring, since I removed them for a winch bumper

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Man, I really like this light. What more can I say? Cruising on the country roads at night is now a new experience, and on a field trail it worked just plain awesome!.

Stock 2000 Mountaineer Headlights

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100W LED added

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Again, without led

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With Led

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without

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With

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That yellow sign down there ( tiny yellow dot in the road horizon) is over 1/4 mile away.


Well?
 
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turboexplorer

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Looks great! My brother runs one of their 20" standard dual row light bars and its mounted in the bumper opening on his 91' X and it does really really well. HUGE difference and we wheel the sand dunes a lot at night in that X and man what a world of difference. He is Sector9 on here. Think his is the duel row that is all flood LED's and it really shoots a long ways. Plenty far to be mobbin some dunes at 35-40MPH and not get surprised.

Really thinking of running one of their lights when I get my bumper on in a month or so. :).

My brother does work and a 4X4 shop and they sell mount tons of Rigid lights and side by side the Rigid lights are a little brighter and slightly whiter I think is what he said. But they are 2X the price as well and really only dead side by side can you tell any difference at all, even then it's minimal. :)
 
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Looks nice, fits in with that bumper really well too. I may have to buy one and check it out, thanks for the review!
 
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Some might not agree with my light placement, oh well. I do plan on a roof rack with more aux lights, maybe next year.

Thanks for the feedback.

Keep in mind, a "Flood light" will not shoot out as far as Rigid's beam.

The Pro Series Zeus lights will "blow Rigid's light out of the water" I am told.

I can only imagine what the 40" pro light would do-

I need to take a video of something I discovered last night. If I leave the fog light switch turned on, with truck turned off, and hit the "lock " button on the key fob, the pro led will flash like a Camera from hell. Kinda funny--but blinding at night. Seriously, this light can hurt someone I bet.
 
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This is where i Put my 20" bar fit surprisingly well in that slot.
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Made a huge difference. i love this light.
As for a comparison to rigid, rigid is a higher quality light, and does produce more light. but for the money you cant go wrong with Olympus LED lights!
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This is a 50" Rigid with two sets of D2 pods and JW speaker LED head lights! Lets just say it turns night to day! A big thing Olympus is missing is a 50" bar!
 
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