Baja Designs Stealth XPG LED Bar - Video
Baja Designs Stealth XPG LED Bar Install Continued
Wiring for the Stealth LED bar requires 12 - 30v power (+) and ground (-). It’s important that the mode lead “C” is not connected to power, this will destroy the microprocessor and the light will go into strobe mode permanently. As a precaution, Baja Designs includes good instructions on wiring so this doesn’t happen.
Since we wanted to have the option to turn our LED bar on/off, dim to 50% power (dust light), and also have the option to set the LED into strobe mode, we decided it made perfect sense to order a wiring harness from Baja Designs that allows your LED bar to be fully functional. It also makes it a true “plug and play” application (sold separately).
Installation time is about 2-3 hours.
We really like our off-road LEDs from Baja Designs. At first we weren’t sure if we would be sorry for not going the HID route. Many of our friends run HIDs, so we know they’re really bright and work great off-road. After running the Stealth LED bar for a few weeks, taking some off-road trips and testing them on different terrains both at day and night, we can sincerely say that we made the right choice.
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We are blown away by how much light the Stealth LED bar puts out, considering its compact size. The low-profile design makes it a perfect match for those limited on space or that don’t want to parade a big light display on their bumper or roof. Most of the time you can’t even tell they’re there. Ours blend right into the bumper and grill line.
We’ve learned that LEDs give more of a glowing light that works great for illuminating all around you. Most racers will run a combination of LED and HID. For our overlanding and off-road adventures, the LED bar is more than enough. We really wanted to keep things low profile, so the LED light bar was perfect. Plus it does very well at speeds less than 100 mph off-road, where most 4x4s and Jeeps live on the trail.
We’ve had the Baja Designs Stealth XPG LED bar in freezing temperatures up in the Sierra Nevada mountains, the lowest point in the US (Badwater, Death Valley), and completed a five-day expedition with no failures. The polycarbonate lenses show no damage from rocks being shot up on the trail.
We are very pleased with the Baja Designs Stealth XPG LED bar and highly recommend it!
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