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Old 05-21-2012, 10:11 AM   #2356
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Just thought I would annoy you with another request for an update on whether the rumored Model 30 replacement will be out soon (Model 60 power with tighter focus)
Thanks for the follow up. Not a replacement for the Model 30, but a more powerful spot/drving beam light is still in the works.
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Old 05-21-2012, 02:03 PM   #2357
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Can you explain the pricing on the website? 44's in black $80, 44's in silver $100, 60's for $100. Why the difference in 44 pricing? and are the 60's on sale?
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Old 05-21-2012, 03:45 PM   #2358
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detailed description pictures look the same for both...Model 44 and Model 60?

Model 60 LED off road flood light

http://stores.intuitwebsites.com/hst...off/Detail.bok

Black Model 44 LED off road flood light

http://stores.intuitwebsites.com/hst...LED/Detail.bok

Does anyone have a good comparison between these two model lights?

I'm looking to supplement my KTM 950 SM stock headlight. I'd like to mount two lights on my handguards (one on each side). I'm not sure if I should get 1 spot and 1 flood or both floods. i was leaning towards two Model 44 floods.....or, one 44 flood and one 30 spot.
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Old 05-22-2012, 04:22 AM   #2359
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John i have sent you the Greek order and money
check your pm and emails
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Old 05-22-2012, 09:04 AM   #2360
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Can you explain the pricing on the website? 44's in black $80, 44's in silver $100, 60's for $100. Why the difference in 44 pricing? and are the 60's on sale?
Difference in model 44 is due to demand, silver model is not as popular. Model 60s are not on sale.

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John i have sent you the Greek order and money
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Got it thanks.
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Old 05-22-2012, 09:14 AM   #2361
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detailed description pictures look the same for both...Model 44 and Model 60?
Does anyone have a good comparison between these two model lights?
The lights have the same beam pattern. The model 60 puts out way way way more light than the Model 44.

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I'm looking to supplement my KTM 950 SM stock headlight. I'd like to mount two lights on my handguards (one on each side). I'm not sure if I should get 1 spot and 1 flood or both floods. i was leaning towards two Model 44 floods.....or, one 44 flood and one 30 spot.
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You will not know you have a headlight with any of the setups you mentioned.

The Model 30 is a bit more traffic friendly due to the tighter beam. A popular setup is the Model 30 mounted on the oncoming traffic side and a flood light mounted on the ditch side to see critters off in the woods.

We do recommend a dimmer for street use. Our wireless dimmer has some neat features like: no additional switchgear needed on the bars, dimmed setting memory (once you set it, no need for the remote), full light output at a flick of your highbeam switch, waterproof.

Good luck with your decision.

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Old 05-22-2012, 04:24 PM   #2362
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The lights have the same beam pattern. The model 60 puts out way way way more light than the Model 44.



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You will not know you have a headlight with any of the setups you mentioned.

The Model 30 is a bit more traffic friendly due to the tighter beam. A popular setup is the Model 30 mounted on the oncoming traffic side and a flood light mounted on the ditch side to see critters off in the woods.

We do recommend a dimmer for street use. Our wireless dimmer has some neat features like: no additional switchgear needed on the bars, dimmed setting memory (once you set it, no need for the remote), full light output at a flick of your highbeam switch, waterproof.

Good luck with your decision.

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Thanks! I placed my order for two Model 44 floods, heavy duty mounts, and remote dimmer. Can't wait to get them mounted! Will post pics once they're installed.
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Old 05-22-2012, 08:40 PM   #2363
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Sanjoh,

Any update on the new dimmer switch? I really want one...
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Old 05-22-2012, 08:54 PM   #2364
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I think that bike has every product ADVmonster sells on it.
I don't see any 1000W turn signals!
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Old 05-23-2012, 05:06 AM   #2365
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Thanks! I placed my order for two Model 44 floods, heavy duty mounts, and remote dimmer. Can't wait to get them mounted! Will post pics once they're installed.
Thanks for your business, look forward to the pics. Contact me if you need any install help.

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Sanjoh,

Any update on the new dimmer switch? I really want one...
Will be available next week, parts are on the way so we can build em.
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Old 05-24-2012, 06:55 AM   #2366
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Looking at the ADVmonster website and FYI it kinda lacks details. I have a 2010 R1200GSA and am considering installing two 60 Models . Will the heavy duty bracket install on the stock GSA foglight mount without mods ? What does "flat mount " mean?
Can I use the stock on/off switch that powers the existing 55w halogen spotlights? Do I have to butcher the existing plug to connect your LED's ?
I like the idea of the new Krista plug and play for the GSA but the price is absolutely ridiculous and gouging IMO.
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Old 05-24-2012, 07:02 AM   #2367
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Just mounted the Little Rocker from Eastern Beaver to switch the 44's on my FJR. Works great!! Sanjoh will be the next Tim Ferriss at this rate. :).



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Old 05-24-2012, 08:08 AM   #2368
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Looking at the ADVmonster website and FYI it kinda lacks details.
Noted

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I have a 2010 R1200GSA and am considering installing two 60 Models . Will the heavy duty bracket install on the stock GSA foglight mount without mods ?
Yes

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What does "flat mount " mean?
Flat

Will mount to any flat surface or stud(no not that stud)

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Can I use the stock on/off switch that powers the existing 55w halogen spotlights?
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Do I have to butcher the existing plug to connect your LED's ?
Your choice, you can use the connectors off your existing lights. Or source compatible connectors.

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I like the idea of the new Krista plug and play for the GSA but the price is absolutely ridiculous and gouging IMO.
It does not plug in to the factory harness. It bypasses the canbus (best option for a canbus bike)
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Old 05-26-2012, 01:46 PM   #2369
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My led night pics on a TW200

http://tw200forum.com/index.php?/top...__1#entry45322
Two model 44's and a dimmer box with a bikemaster 6000k hid. Its like having your own sun at night
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Old 05-28-2012, 12:43 AM   #2370
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Well i have tested your lights

meaning crash tested ...and i do mean crash
here is the result


now if you like you can also see how hard i hit the tree
The tree is called an Ironbark ..the some of the hardest timber we have in our harsh land

Here is the video ..Caution contains foul language


here is the tree after i squared it up a bit



tuff light they still work fine ....we patched up my bike and i rode it another 300 odd kms to the pub and back home the nxt day


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