U2 P60 Drop-in at Kaidomain

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U2 P60 Drop-in at Kaidomain

U2 Drop-in.

Does anyone recognize the driver, so we can get an idea as to the likely current.

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I am already visualizing the duct tape over your mouth.

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Cheers,

Oh well I guess one of these and a 105A or C is still cheaper (and possibly better) than a Manafont 3 mode.

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I have converted a couple of the KD U2 drop ins to Nanjg 105c drivers. The KD U2 emitters aren't really that good, a decent T6 emiter from Shiningbeam or LCK LED is brighter than the KD U2 with the same drivers. I am not even sure those are real U2s that KD sells. The tint is a little different than a T6 1A but you would think a real U2 would be a little brighter than a T6.

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I really doubt they are U2 and of the five I have purchased, the LED fell off the star on two of them and had to be reflowed. Fell right off.

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I think I'll give that a miss then......Smile

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