the sharp shadows and actually
define the rock edges better.
In dusty or foggy conditions the
amber light by itself does not glare
as much as a white light, so you can
actually see the ground better and
drive safer. It’s a great combo and
even better to have it all in one light
The Endeavour name was a good
choice, since you actually feel you
can see into space with this product.
The output with just the white color
on is very broad and offers full coverage, but also has a concentration
of light straight out in front of the
car. There are no hot spots, but the
majority of the light shines in a circle
❏; A 3-watt light doesn’t sound like
much, but when you put two rows of
twenty-six 3-watt Cree LEDs together
in one 28-inch light bar mounted to the
roof of your UTV it will be tough to miss
what’s coming up. The companies
that use Cree LED technology claim
it’s the best. Lazer Star claims this
translates to greater efficiency, high
quality of light output and superior
longevity of the individual LEDs. This
quality comes at a cost, though. The
28-inch Endeavour retails for $979.
That price is very comparable to what
other companies using Cree LEDs
are selling similar-sized light bars for.
We mounted this light bar onto the
front of a RZR using Lazer Star billet sliding-post clamp mounts. Wiring
was simple thanks to the way Polaris
leaves an access hole in the roll cage
for such purpose and the electrical
busbar to power up accessories. Plus,
Lazer Star sells a variety of handy wiring harness/switch assemblies ($30–
$40) that are practically plug-and-play
depending on your needs.
We love night rides in the woods,
deserts and dunes, and Lazer Star
has actually been selling lighting sys-
tems for off-roaders for decades. The
quality of the Endeavour shows that
this light bar is not just some copycat
product. The aluminum housing is
clean and strong with multiple meth-
ods for mounting. We mounted the
28-inch bar nicely right below the
roof line, which, with the stock roll
cage height, does not block our view.
This light bar is dubbed the “Racer
Special” and is unique by having one
row of bright-white LEDs and another
row of amber-colored LED’s. If you
have read our “Project Racing RZR”
at www.dirtwheelsmag.com, we used
this same combination on a different
light setup. The amber color is not as
reflective as a bright-white light, so in
some situations you might find using
both colors together or separately as
an advantage. What we found when
riding through rocky terrain is it was
best to use both colors to knock down
Lazer Star’s latest LED light bar has one row of bright-white
LEDs and a second row of amber-colored LEDs. This combination gives a lot of distance light, as well as a good peripheral
pattern. The amber color softens the light, helping to define
bumps and rock edges and alone can cut down on dust glare.
With this light bar you can run white, amber or both together.
The stock RZR LED headlights are good and provide a wide
spread of light right in front of the car. However, in this photo,
you can see they don’t shoot out very far.
LAZER STAR ENDEAVOUR LIGHT BAR
Two rows, 3 watts and 28 inches
By the staff of Dirt Wheels
All Lazer Star LED light bars have multiple mounting and wiring options. For this
RZR we used the post mounts inside the sliding tracks and attached it to the stock
sun visor. To wire the light we ran the three-wire loom through the passenger-side
A-pillar, then to the electrical busbar under the hood.