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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by The Toad, Dec 27, 2011.
Amber is good but blue and red will most likely have some legal issues?
In for amber for sure, red would work if someone wants to mount them in the rear... but blue would attract police attention.
Place my order today... we'll post back with install update! They look real good....
Received my Mm10 order a few days ago up in Canuckistan. -30 outside so I have 3 months to decide how to mount them , but the packaging, instructions, lights, wiring and connectors look great. Free sticker too!
To the vendor...
On the instructions have a link to the wiring PDF, but that page is "not found" on your website. Do you plan on putting that back up?
I need a set of AMBER MM8's for my DRZ400S, please let me know when they are in.
Always good too see the finished product.
First... minus 30 degrees :eek1
The instructions and wiring diagram can be found on our website. There is a link at the bottom of each page called "Instructions and Diagrams" or you can click here for a direct link
A balmy -7C this morning
Thanks for the link.
A balmy -40C this morning :d
Might be worth mentioning again as I've seen a lot of people miss it: Most LEDs are "polarity sensative". If you get the + & - mixed up they do not work at all.
The MM12 replacement is now in stock and ready to ship.
It is very similar in shape, size and function as the much beloved and now retired MM12.
To avoid confusion with the MM12 it has been designated the MM8.
60 Degree Flood beam means a wider spread/shorter range
LED Luminous efficiency compares to 35W halogens
The MM8 is rated @ 12watts (.09amps draw)
Aluminum housing with a recessed PMMA lens
In a nutshell the MM8 is a low priced LED Floodlight (less than $75 a pair)
All the specs can be found on our website.
Or by clicking this link http://mondomotos.com/mm8
Like the bullets so much on my vstrom I just ordered another set for my bonneville.
Thanks again for your business and let me know how they work out on the Bonnie.
I've had a couple people ask how you mounted them up on the Strom?
Did you bolt the mount to an existing bolt/hole? Any chance of getting a close up pic?
I've gotten a few PM's too. I used the supplied bracket mount on the outside of the fender mount. Looking closer last night I remembered we used the supplied bolts as well but managed to break one off in the fork mount for the fender. Drilled it out, and used a set of bolts we had laying around that matched threads. You could even use stock fender bolts if you grind down the heads in circumfrance to fit in the bracket.
Reading that I'm not sure it makes any sense....
Ill take a pic on my next smoke break.
Here we go.
Fender mounted Bullet lights, 06 Vstrom 650.
Good mounting job. Vstrom looks great too!
Question; I currently have some 35w PIAA's mounted on my F650. As they drain my battery I would like to replace them, do you think the existing wiring harness would work, allowing me to mount your LED's and connect?
Many thanks for the follow up
Either of the light sets (MM10 or MM8) we sell will work with your existing wiring.
Ordering "lights only" saves you a few bucks and will bolt up and wire up in place of the PIAA's (and wont overwhelm your electrical system )
I have a pair of lights from MondoMotors on my BMW 650 and they replaced the PIAA's. They are MUCH brighter, and draw much less current from the charging system. Just cut the wires from the old lights, and splice in the new lights. Meke sure to use heat shrink tubing over soldered connections. The new lights mount up very well in place of the old ones. It's a no brainer!!