Auxiliary LED Lights - MondoMotos

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

  1. RAD3766

    RAD3766 0ld n00b

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    Brian,
    PM sent. :deal
  2. The Toad

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

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    Many thanks for the review and taking the time to post up pics :clap:clap


    -Brian
  3. jphii

    jphii OK, now what?

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    Whattaya mean "some electrical knowledge?" Isn't it just a hot & a ground coming out of the lead? Just about any switch will work, correct?
  4. mint julep

    mint julep Been here awhile

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    Update: 5 month report

    I love these LED lights!:clap

    Well, after about 5 months, my light switch has crapped out. :cry
    I guess the Canadian elements were too much?:huh

    Hey Brian, any warranty on this? I have the MM10 kit w/original light switch.

    Thanks.
    Dave
  5. headshrink

    headshrink Adventurer

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    Did your housings fade too?
  6. The Toad

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

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    Dave,

    sorry to hear the switch is giving you problems.

    New one on the way.

    -Brian
  7. The Toad

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

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    Just meant these arent plug-n-play. Most any switch would work.


    thanks,
    -Brian
  8. mint julep

    mint julep Been here awhile

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    ya, they went from black, to brown, to light brown-bronze as you can see in the pics.
    I didn't really noticed them until you mentioned.

    My bike is exposed to the elements all summer long.

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  9. mint julep

    mint julep Been here awhile

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    Thanks Brian! :clap

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  10. headshrink

    headshrink Adventurer

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    Yours looks a little more faded than mine are currently. I'm really surprised how fast this happened, but am considering painting mine.... not sure with what kind of paint yet.
  11. Joe Houle

    Joe Houle Adventurer

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    just placed my order for an MM10 kit. Going to mount these on my Triumph S3. The old school bug-eyes with glass reflectors could really use some help..
  12. dmac57

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    Powder coat. :nod
  13. GreatWhiteNorth

    GreatWhiteNorth Long timer

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    Got my Mondomotors MM8s in, and got 'em mounted & wired up today. I wired 'em to a relay - not sure if that's really necessary or not, but am trying to maximize output. Couldn't resist, and went out for a night ride to check 'em out. Although these are flood, not spot lights, they make a noticeable difference, and are considerably brighter than the 35 watt halogen aux lights I also have installed! I will be replacing those halogens with LED spot lights at some point. :evil
  14. The Toad

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

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    Thanks for the feedback on the MM8's


    -Brian
  15. mint julep

    mint julep Been here awhile

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    Huge THANKS Brian!

    Just got my replacement switch from MondoMotos! :clap

    You guys rock!!!

    MM10's back and lighting up my world again. :D

    Cheers,
    Dave



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  16. frichtie

    frichtie Been here awhile

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    MM8-MM10-MM12....all of those seem to be what I need to upgrade my 06 Vstrom. However, I still have a simple question: Who makes them...and where?
    (hmmm that was TWO questions, right?)
    -Eric
  17. dmac57

    dmac57 Long timer

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    I'm treading lightly:
    Are you asking who fabricates the individual components, or who puts together the kits as illustrated in the thread? If you're asking the first question, that's above my pay grade, but the second...

    Click on the "1" to go the first page of the thread.
  18. frichtie

    frichtie Been here awhile

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    I'm just curious...If it's a good product, and people are satisfied with it, fine. I'd consider getting a set for my bike. And if they are made...somewhere near here (North America) it's a plus.
    -Eric
  19. XFanMan

    XFanMan Been here awhile

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    I bought a pair of MM10's a little while ago from Brian and was going to install them on my Trophy. I'm converting my XR650R over to an AC/DC setup for a trip west next year and need more light than the pathetic 35w CRF headlight I have on there puts out. I mounted the MM10's to the hand guards and fired them up...Brilliant! I'm not looking to set the desert on fire but if I get caught out on the trail at night these will make getting back to camp or the hotel a whole lot safer. Can't beat the price/quality/performance ratio for these not to mention the piddly 20 watts (for the pair) they draw for the light they put out :clap

    Scott
  20. paramedic

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    Can someone post some pictures to see how good they work at dark...really dark conditions???