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Off Road Ryder 11-05-2012 11:44 AM

New Long Range LED Aux Lights
 
When Quality matters,Its all about Choices, At Cyclops Adventure Sports we have the experience and products for your application. I personally have competed in more than two dozen 24 hr races. High performance motorcycle lighting is our full time business. We are enthusiasts and will point you to a quality lighting solution, even if that means sending you to another vendor.
Try us out and see the difference.

In the past it has been well known that LEDs just do not penetrate like Quality Auxiliary HIDs do.
No Longer is this true.

Since starting Business in 2003 I have never seen such a dramatic game changer in Auxiliary off road lighting.

If you are unaware of who Cyclops is, We developed the first Motorsports specific helmet mounted lighting system and have been very active in 24hr endurance racing and Off road race lighting for the last 10 years, We strive to provide the best quality products and service possible. We do not sell or offer Chinese or India manufactured motorcycle lights' The majority of our products are made in the USA.
You can have a quality product at a reasonable cost that will far outlast and outperform the Chinese made lights, in the end cost you much less. We stand behind everything we sell 200%
Quality is not just a loose term here, There is not a better engineered LED light available.
Most of our business is threw repeat customers and word of mouth, One happy customer telling another of their overall experience.
We ride and race with what we sell, we don't just want your hard earned duckets on one sale, We want your continued patronage.
Its my personal pledge to offer you the support and customer service you deserve.

www.cyclopsadventuresports.com

New for 2013 is the new Premium Quality Long Range Aux lights.

These lights are Lifetime warrantied. Compare to others who give a 1 year warranty and even prorate that.. Its your $$ shouldn't you get the most for it?

Don't settle for lights with Glass lenses and poorly designed, frail mounting systems. Buy once and forget about it. They will work when you need them most.



These are without a doubt the Lowest draw,longest throw,Highest Quality LED lights on the market.

Dealer opportunities are available.

A Single Long Range 10 degree light throws 1 lux of light at 693 feet. For comparison, a typical motorcycle headlight low beam measures 1 lux at 88 feet, and high beam 1 lux at 153 feet. The Long Range is truly "lighting evolved". More distance with a smoother beam pattern than multi emitter 40 watt LED lights






Please note that Cyclops always gives ADV rider discounts.
http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.co...tegories&id=17

Or call 1 800 624 0278 for great personal service.

Summary of Features:
- Available in Single or Dual LED
- Colors: Black, White, Grey, Chrome
- Only 3.5" Tall 3x3 face
- 693' of Usable Light from 10-watt LED
- Proprietary IRIS Reflector Technology
- Electronic Thermal Management
- Dimming Capabilities
- Narrow, Wide, and Flood Beams
- IP-68 Waterproof
- Available as 2 Light Set with Wiring Harness, Dimmable setups also available

Pricing:
Long Range Single light - $139
Long Range 2 light Kit with non dimming Wiring Harness and handle bar mounted on/off switch - $277.90
Long Range 2 light kit with dim-able wire harness and Skene programmable Dimmer 329.90


All pricing for Black, or White. Chrome is additional.

http://i236.photobucket.com/albums/f...ts/opblack.jpg
http://i236.photobucket.com/albums/f...dLongRange.jpg
Here are the 10 degree Long Range. The truck is parked at 600 ft the gate is slightly more than 900 ft, cones at 100 ft intervals.
http://i236.photobucket.com/albums/f...ngRange-51.jpg

and the 20 Degree Long range lights
http://i236.photobucket.com/albums/f...ngRange-38.jpg

Now the very popular combo setup one 10 and one 20 degree light
http://i236.photobucket.com/albums/f...ngRange-44.jpg

NWBoarder 11-05-2012 12:57 PM

This looks very promising!

I have a set of Rigid D2 spots and they don't seem to have the throw I was expecting.

I will be watching.

Off Road Ryder 11-05-2012 07:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NWBoarder (Post 19975797)
This looks very promising!

I have a set of Rigid D2 spots and they don't seem to have the throw I was expecting.

I will be watching.

The 10 deg version will reach more than twice the distance of the D2s. Im planning on doing a side by side comparison with all the current lights.

Off Road Ryder 11-05-2012 07:35 PM

Here is a set mounted on the shop Mule.
http://i236.photobucket.com/albums/f...s/950LRLED.jpg
http://i236.photobucket.com/albums/f...ngrangeLED.jpg

traveltoad 11-05-2012 07:45 PM

Single LED "bulb"?

KMC1 11-05-2012 08:12 PM

I've got 2 SCMR16's set up on my high beam circuit - they're "ok" but frankly they don't have a wide enough beam for my liking. They do throw a long way out there though. I also like the idea of having a light that does not need a warm up period. I've been thinking of going to a pair of Rigid D2, but man they're big.

1) These look promising, how soon can I get a pair of the dual light set up?

2) Will the dual light throw a wider beam than the SCMR's?

3) What's the warrantee?

4) And finally, is there a trial period so I can return them if not happy with them?

Thanks.

michigan400 11-06-2012 06:18 AM

What's the overall size of the dual? 3x6? Just wondering how it compares in size to the rectangular H4 headlight like on my 2004 ktm.

Off Road Ryder 11-06-2012 08:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KMC1 (Post 19979121)
I've got 2 SCMR16's set up on my high beam circuit - they're "ok" but frankly they don't have a wide enough beam for my liking. They do throw a long way out there though. I also like the idea of having a light that does not need a warm up period. I've been thinking of going to a pair of Rigid D2, but man they're big.

1) These look promising, how soon can I get a pair of the dual light set up?

2) Will the dual light throw a wider beam than the SCMR's?

3) What's the warrantee?

4) And finally, is there a trial period so I can return them if not happy with them?
Thanks.

1. We have both versions available now, however the PWM dimmable lights will be available late next week
2. Yes, as will the 20 deg single
3. Lifetime warranty
4. If your not happy with any of our products we will accept a return. Is 60 days fair for trial? Customer satisfaction is my # one Goal. Will ANY other lighting company do that??



Quote:

Originally Posted by michigan400 (Post 19981046)
What's the overall size of the dual? 3x6? Just wondering how it compares in size to the rectangular H4 headlight like on my 2004 ktm.

3x6

Quote:

Originally Posted by traveltoad (Post 19978928)
Single LED "bulb"?


Yes It uses a XML T6 emmiter..The difference is all in the optics

mr. thumbs 11-07-2012 12:00 AM

Got the 310 and love it. Might have to have this one too. Hoping it might fit in place of my stock headlamp? 09te310

Off Road Ryder 11-08-2012 08:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mr. thumbs (Post 19989117)
Got the 310 and love it. Might have to have this one too. Hoping it might fit in place of my stock headlamp? 09te310

Thanks!! It would fit in the space, but it uses a post mount on the bottom. A guy would need to make some sort of mount.

Graniteone 11-08-2012 04:38 PM

Do you have a pic of the mount on your KTM? Does it stay put and can you aim up, down and left and right?

Off Road Ryder 11-09-2012 08:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Graniteone (Post 20002539)
Do you have a pic of the mount on your KTM? Does it stay put and can you aim up, down and left and right?

The mule has welded tabs for light mounts. It sees a lot of light changes. and a fair amount of time on its side:eek1
We do have round tube mounts available. The lights do rotate left, right and up or down, a rotating mount is not nessasary

Off Road Ryder 11-13-2012 05:13 PM

beam shots
 
Well we where able to get these beam shots. I should probably hire a pro, the street light in the background didnt help.
here is a spot or 10 deg beam, the far tree is 480 ft from the camera lens
http://i236.photobucket.com/albums/f...otsspot011.jpg

20 deg pattern
http://i236.photobucket.com/albums/f...tsflood012.jpg

one 10deg one 20deg
http://i236.photobucket.com/albums/f...tscombo010.jpg

mwood7800 11-13-2012 07:40 PM

So what's the output? Any specs

Off Road Ryder 11-14-2012 07:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mwood7800 (Post 20038813)
So what's the output? Any specs

What specs would youn like? most are listed above. 10 watts per XML emitter.
If your asking for lumens. I am the first to say lumen ratings are a farce on the public. Lumen ratings are a measurement of light at the source, not taking into account of optics, heat dissipation, vibration resistance or over all performance.
Fact is watt per watt these are the highest performing LED lights available.and the longest throw of ANY current LED aux light no matter what the wattage.
comparison videos to fallow.


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