Auxiliary LED Lights - MondoMotos

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  1. siyeh

    siyeh unproductive

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    Woowoo. Got the lights here in Wisconsin today Brian. Thanks! Will install this weekend.

    Looks like it *might* take two beers. :D
  2. The Opa

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    The install on my '97 F650ST

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    I do use a Skene Design IQ-175 Controller. I run 40% on low beam, my riding buddies tell me that is very easy to see

  3. The Toad

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

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    We havent heard of anyone having conflicts/issues using our MM10 kit on CANBUS equipped bikes.

    Following the instructions on our website - with the wiring harness, go straight to the battery with the 2 terminals, and then tap into the small parking light bulb for the switched power lead, or posi-tap to the positive side of the accessory socket. On BMW's the brown wire is negative.

    I would not recommend tapping into the bike's wiring harness or the headlight harness to power the lights directly.

    Thanks,
    -Brian
  4. The Toad

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    Doesnt every winter project take two :D

    Post up some pics and feedback if you can.


    Thanks,
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  5. The Toad

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

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    Thanks for the pics :thumb

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  6. dmac57

    dmac57 Long timer

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  7. The Toad

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

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    We will soon be offering a larger, more powerful light for those that require maximum power.

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    Specs:
    25 Watts (each)
    Low Current Draw = 2.08A @ 12V (each)
    LED Luminous Efficency = 2200Lumens - Compares to 120W Halogen (each)
    Extremely long life - up to 50,000hrs
    IP rating IP-67 (dust-proof and submersible in water)
    Vibration rating 15.6G
    Operating temperature -40 celsius ~ + 80 celsius
    Estimated Life of 50,000 hours
    Size: 4.7" Diameter x 4.37" Deep (4.5" lens)
    Weight: 23 oz

    Made of strong die cast aluminum/polymer with a nearly unbreakable lens
    IP67 (submersible) Weatherproof, Waterproof and Shock proof.

    Rated @ 25watts each they do require a more powerful charging system than our MM10 lights. Most larger displacement (500cc) and above will accommodate the added draw, but not all.

    Coming very soon @ MondoMotos

    Thanks,
    -Brian
  8. Toofat2fly

    Toofat2fly Almost ADV

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    Got the bullets for my Moto-Guzzi Quota, which is notorius of having horrible lights. I switched the headlight to 55/100W and just received the MondoMotos bullets. They are hooked up already and definately throw LOTSA light! Installation was a breeze, most time spent was in my anal wiring hiding process...
    I'll have few more days to hook up everything and once thats done, I'll throw in few pics.

    Cannot wait to get back on the road again. Another 2 week roadtrip this summer with my daughter. This time with lights, so I can actually see the road and critters on it!:D:D
  9. Drunk_Uncle

    Drunk_Uncle Long timer

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    Damnit, I would have put those lights on the Tiger and used the 10s on the KLR. Should have listened to the wife.

    Will you have Tiger 800 mounts for the new 25 watt lights? Going to order more lights for two bikes at the end of the year when I leave Alaska. You never really ride after dark in Alaska.
  10. propforward

    propforward PIE!romaniac

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    I'll be interested in a pair of those MM25's for a Tiger 800XC. I suspect the SWMotech aux light brackets should work well for those.
  11. Justav

    Justav MasterLurker

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    Hi Brian,

    those look impressive.
    What is the beam pattern/angle for those?

    - Justav
  12. The Toad

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

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    We are working on mounting solutions for a few bikes that we have in the shop. The MM10's work well on the Tiger (up high) using our hardware kit as well as mounting them low on the forks (fender bolts). This larger light will most likely require additional hardware (i.e. Light Bar) to accommodate the added weight and size.


    thanks
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  13. The Toad

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

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    Not sure if the motech brackets have enough real estate to accommodate these larger lights. However we will soon be looking for a few inmates who might be interested in/able to do some test fitting/reviews for us.

    In return, those involved will get a great set of lights at a discounted price. I will be putting out the word locally and plan on making the search "official" later this week.

    thanks,
    -Brian
  14. The Toad

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    10 degree Spot beam (with optional Euro/Flood covers available).


    Thanks,
    -Brian
  15. The Toad

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

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    Thanks for the feedback.

    Have a great time on your road trip (nothing better than that) and ride safe.
    -Brian
  16. sunnyorlando

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    Hello -
    I tired ordering this at mondomotos and using the ADV10 code and I got this:
    "Warning: Coupon is either invalid, expired or reached it's usage limit!"

    Is this offer no longer valid?

    Thanks,
    sunnyorlando
  17. The Toad

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

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    Still valid.

    Code must be entered in all caps = ADV10 in order to work.

    If you continue to have a problem, feel free to give us a call.

    thanks,
    -Brian
  18. propforward

    propforward PIE!romaniac

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    I have a set of motech brackets on hand to try out, and would be happy to help with test fitting etc if you like. Just let me know.

    Obviously I understand that you would prefer to use inmates local to you for convenience.
  19. Scotian

    Scotian Adventurer

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    Hi Brian,
    Just placed an order for a MM10 kit today. These are going to make my nightly commute so much better, been doing 170km round trip on the DR650 for the last few summers with the stock headlight...brutal. Thanks for the ADV10 discount! If you're looking for a tester for the new LR25, I'd gladly pay the shipping to Nova Scotia!
    Thanks again
    Paul
  20. Toofat2fly

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    Woohaa... These make one hell of a difference on my Quota...
    Cannot wait until it gets dark again, hahahaha..

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