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Old 09-29-06, 10:19 AM   #1
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I am going to buy a new 10w H.I.D. light setup & there is an option for the beam pattern. I can select a 6 degree spot pattern or a 12 degree flood pattern.

My question is which would be ideal for agressive singletrack night riding?

I currently use a 10w bar mount & 15w helmet mount halogen combo but have no idea if they are spot or flood.
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That's probably going to be too personalized for many to answer. You'll have to experiment on your own to determine what you like.
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