Auxiliary LED Lights - MondoMotos

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by The Toad, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. ElReyDelSofa

    ElReyDelSofa Desubicado

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    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?

    Saludos

    Martín
  2. The Toad

    The Toad Let There Be Light

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  3. The Toad

    The Toad Let There Be Light

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    Martin,

    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 :D)

    thanks,
    -Brian
  4. alfabc

    alfabc Adventurer

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    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!!

    Cheers,

    Bill
  5. etingelefunts

    etingelefunts retem-odo

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    Fab work in process for mounts tonight.
  6. The Toad

    The Toad Let There Be Light

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    Like to see some pics once you get them installed


    thanks,
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  7. BrittC

    BrittC Been here awhile

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    Finally got around to finishing up my installation on a 2002 Aprilia Caponord. With the PIAA brackets, they went right on my factory crash bars.


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    And a video of them in action...

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  8. etingelefunts

    etingelefunts retem-odo

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    Will do Brian!
    Mounts are done. Turned out great.
    Busy wiring in a fuse block for heated gear and then I will connect my GPS and lights all at once.
  9. The Toad

    The Toad Let There Be Light

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    Many thanks for the pics and video :clap:clap

    -Brian
  10. MooMoo

    MooMoo Adventurer

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    I am thinking of getting a set of the MM10 Bullet lights on my Super Tenere for day and night driving lights. I'm also thinking of getting a set of the MM8 Flood lights to light up more of the dark back roads and what little off roading I may do.

    Can I wire the MM10's into my running lights and the MM8's into the high beams? That way the MM10's will always be on even when the high beams are on along with the MM8's. Is this not a good idea or should I use some kind of controller and/or a fuse block? Is this overkill? I was thinking that the MM10's would light a bit further and the MM8's would light a wider path. Maybe the MM10's will be all I need?

    Does it matter what height you mount them? I was thinking of mounting the MM10's low on the crash bars and the MM8's up by the headlights.

    Thanks,
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  11. RonkoRider

    RonkoRider Wrong Island, NY

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    Ordered my set in November and finally got around to installing them on my 2002 R1150R today. In a word- AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Installed them in the bolt hole for the oil coolers:
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    Clean and elegant design made them fit sweetly in place:
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    Switch was installed on the inside of left hand turn signal assembly:
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    Low beam only:
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    Low and Mondo Lights:BAM!!!!!
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    Thinking about ordering set for the LT where the Piaas normally go in under the front cowling.
  12. The Toad

    The Toad Let There Be Light

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    Chris,

    sorry for the delayed response. Ive been traveling alot lately.

    You can wire the lights as described above (directly) no problem. Mounting either of the light sets low will light up the side of the road closer to you.

    thanks,
    -Brian
  13. The Toad

    The Toad Let There Be Light

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    Thanks for taking the time to post your review and pics :clap:clap

    -Brian
  14. HighTechCoonass

    HighTechCoonass Living the Dream....

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    Brian, Thanks for the lights and the great service!!! :clap The new units look fantastic!!
    I don't ride much a night.... I run them mostly during the day for visibility for on coming traffic.

    ....And for setting up camp on the Adventure Rides.:freaky

  15. ChiGuy64

    ChiGuy64 Adventurer-in-Tng

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    Are these still being offered with the 5% discount? If so, how do you enter the code (ADV5) when ordering?
  16. GB

    GB . Administrator

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    I just installed the MM10 kit and I'm thoroughly impressed with the quality of the bullet lights and their housing, as well as the ease of wiring, nearly plug and play. Connect 2 leads to the battery and 1 lead to a switched source.. Done. The illuminated switch: red is off, green is on is a great feature, and the price is right.

    Thanks for extending a special price offer to the ADV community :thumb
  17. MitchG

    MitchG Iron Collector

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    Wow! One cannot get a better recommendation than that. Well deserved also.
  18. ChiGuy64

    ChiGuy64 Adventurer-in-Tng

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    Just went to the site to order a set. Looks like the MM10s are out of stock right now. Any idea when they will be available again?


    Edit: Kris took care of me. Thanks, and I look forward to installing them on my Wee!
  19. ChiGuy64

    ChiGuy64 Adventurer-in-Tng

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    Lights look great on the Wee! Thanks for such a great product!
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  20. bash3r

    bash3r I ain't no DingWeed

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    I finished my Mondo MM10 install on my WR250R a few days ago and thought I'd post up... I have a full installation post on my website here, including the custom brackets I made that really turned out nice on my WRR!

    So far I'm very pleased with these aux lights.. just what I was looking for! Thanks Mondo!!

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