LED Bar Series Breakdown
G3D Bars – These are our most popular series. Our G3D Bars utilize 3w Osram LED Chips combined with 3D Reflectors which projects the light out about 3x compared to a standard reflector, as well as military grade breathers. We suggest these bars for customers who are looking to get a little more out of their very affordable light bar.
G4D Bars – Our G4D Bars utilize 3w Osram LED Chips combined with 4D Reflectors which projects the light out about 4x compared to a standard reflector, as well as military grade breathers. Our G4D series use the same internals as the G3D, just with a new projector. We suggest this series for customers who need an extreme amount of spot and an extreme amount of flood.
G3 Bars – These bars are perfect for any race vehicle/ high speed prerunner. The combination of 5w Philips LED Chips and 4D Reflectors make these bars put out an extreme amount of light. These bars also come with stainless steel dual mounting brackets and military grade breathers. We suggest these bars for high speed applications. These bars not suggested for average offroad use, but will work great for any offroad application in need of extreme light output. Our G3 Series Bars are targeted at the race/ chase/ prerunner consumer. All G3 Series products are an ultra spot beam pattern, and will not provide any flood pattern whatsoever.
G4SR (single row) Bars – These bars are a very slim 1 3/4" tall design utilizing 7w Philips LED chips combined with a 4D Projector. We have also incorporated the military grade breather as well as the stainless steel mounting brackets in our G3SR. We suggest these bars for high speed applications, and for use in a tight space that a standard double row lightbar would not fit.
G4 Bars – These bars are the brightest LED Bars out on the market today - guaranteed! The combination of 7w Philips LEDs and 4D Projectors make for an unbelievable amount of projection. These bars also utilize our military grade breathers and stainless steel mounting brackets. These bars are directed toward extremely high speed race vehicles (120+ mph). These are NOT suggested for average offroad use because of the extreme amount of light output they produce.