Auxiliary LED Lights - MondoMotos

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

  1. mint julep

    mint julep Been here awhile

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    Hi, sent you pm and emails without reply.
    Nobody is answering your phones either.

    ???

    I had some questions, and & would like to place an order.
    Please check your pm/email.

    Thx.
    Dave
  2. The Toad

    The Toad on the go since...wait. where am I ?

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    PM replied - Sorry for the delay, this is a very busy time of year for us.

    -Brian
  3. humvee

    humvee Long timer

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    Finally warmed up enough to spend a few hours in the garage so I installed my lights and took them for a ride. What a great product at a great price.

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    How worried should I be about getting the on/off switch wet? It doesn't look particularly waterproof, compared to the rest of the kit.
  4. flyingjib

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  5. flyingjib

    flyingjib Adventurer

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    While I'm here I may as well ask if someone could post a simple schematic drawing for wiring a set of MM10 lights to the Eastern Beaver PC8 fuse block on my 2006 Wee Strom, (DL 650). I ordered the lights with the wiring kit and switch. I am assuming I would cut the ring connectors and integral fuse off and wire this directly to the fuse block? As the PC8 is fused the included fuse would be redundant, correct? I will keep the relay and tap the dash mounted switch into a powered circuit, correct? Thanks in advance for any help. Doing the wiring is not an issue but I am a bit slow when it it comes to wiring diagrams.

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  6. GB

    GB . Administrator

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    Don't cut off the ring connectors; attach them to the battery. Then run the red wire to your fuse block and attach to the positive side. This powers the MM relay when the power is turned on. It couldn't be simpler. The supplied switch is now energized and the red LED should glow.
  7. flyingjib

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    Thanks GB, much appreciated. Just to clarify: Attach the red and black ring connectors to the battery and the single red from the switch to the fuse block? That sounds too simple.

    Earl
  8. The Toad

    The Toad on the go since...wait. where am I ?

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    Earl,

    Red and Black ring terminals to battery and lone red wire to any switched power source. If the fuse block is switched (only provides power when the key is on), then that will work.


    thanks,
    -Brian
  9. The Toad

    The Toad on the go since...wait. where am I ?

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    The switch will stand up to the elements.

    I wouldnt take it underwater (looks like your KLR might be capable of it :wink:), but it will hold up. There are silicone sprays available that can help to seal it if your expecting to get really wet. They can be messy so if you go that route be careful of overspray.

    thanks for the feedback and review.

    Wish it would warm up a some here... we got blowing snow at the moment :ddog


    Thanks,
    -Brian
  10. flyingjib

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    Thanks for the confirmation Brian. Simple enough. I'm slow but will post some pics when complete. I'm working on a couple of other additions to the Wee at the same time.

    Earl
  11. ThatGuy

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    Order sent for a set MM10s:clap
  12. rizzo1968

    rizzo1968 Adventurer

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    Love the lights any ideas where i could mount these on a 2001 honda xr 650L. I have couple of ideas...just like to see other options...Thanks :norton
  13. dzrtracin

    dzrtracin ride'n 2 live

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    Nice to sea the connectors & on/off switch upgraded, the cheesey OLD home depot connectors were a joke as well as the switch.

    RIDE ON!
  14. The Toad

    The Toad on the go since...wait. where am I ?

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    I have a set mounted fender height on my DRZ that work really well for me. Just removed the side reflectors and bolted them up. They are small enough to not interfere with steering at full lock. Not sure if thats an option for you or not on the XR? The MM10's are light enough to bolt on to just about anywhere. Before you settle on a permanent home double check that the surface is rigid enough to avoid heavy vibration at speed or over rough stuff.

    When its not obvious where to install them, creativity goes a long way.

    thanks,
    -Brian
  15. The Toad

    The Toad on the go since...wait. where am I ?

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    We have put together a hardware kit to mount the MM10's on the Tiger 800 very near where the OEM Aux lights would be.

    It makes for a simple and clean (near factory look) install.

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    These hardware kits are rust proof and make it easy to install the light kit using exsisting mounting points on the Tiger 800 (also available for the 08- 10 Kawaski Versys).

    We are working on more and hope to have more bike specific mounts available soon.



    thanks,
    -Brian
  16. fluff34567

    fluff34567 Long timer

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    do you have any comparison long range shots of your different models or agaimst other manufacturers ?

    something out in the open without street lighting ?
  17. Flyboy52219

    Flyboy52219 Adventurer

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    Brian - will this work on the Tiger 800 XC? If so I will be placing and order for them. They look great.
  18. geauXplor

    geauXplor gō-ikˈsplôr

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    Brian, any idea when you will have MM8's in stock? Thanks.
  19. The Toad

    The Toad on the go since...wait. where am I ?

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    The hardware kit will work equally well on the XC.

    thanks,
    -Brian
  20. The Toad

    The Toad on the go since...wait. where am I ?

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    We do not.

    We were working on this last year, but just not enough time in the day. At this point its safe to say we will let our reputation and feedback speak for the MM10's.

    thanks,
    -Brian