KTM 950 & 990 Baja Designs LED Lighting!

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  1. Baja Designs

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    Hey Guys just wanted to show you a couple new KTM adv lighting kits we have available

    This kit allows for the Baja Designs Squadron LED Lights or SII LED lights to be properly mounted onto a KTM 950 and 990 with zero modifications.

    Our SII LED light is the next generation of LED lighting! Baja Designs proves that big things can come in the smallest packages! The new Baja Designs SII Led Light offers an incredible 1800 lumens out of a tiny 3”x 2” housing; the SII is quite literally the brightest LED light ounce for ounce on the market.

    This kit includes:
    (2)- Baja Designs SII LED Lights or Squadron LED Lights
    -Bike Specific Mounting Hardware
    -Baja Designs Relay Harness
    -Baja Designs Rear Harness w/fuse
    -High Beam By-Pass Extension Wire Set
    -Thumb switch w/bracket

    Specification: For Each SII
    • Weight: 8oz
    • Total Lumens 1800
    • Total Watts: 21
    • Lifetime Warranty
    • Hard coated polycarbonate lens
    • Waterproof, Submersible to 3 meters

    Specifications: For Each Squadron
    • Total Lumens: 3600
    • Stainless steel fasteners and mounts.
    • Front Lens: Hard coated Polycarbonate
    • Power Consumption: 42 watts
    • Uses four T6 Bin Cree XML LEDs at 5000K
    • 25,000 hour LED life expectancy

    Installation of this kit will require no modification to your KTM 950 & 990.

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    http://www.bajadesigns.com/ProductDe...mNumber=487063

    http://www.bajadesigns.com/ProductDe...mNumber=497063

    Don't forget adv riders get 10% off
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  2. KTMSAM

    KTMSAM Been here awhile

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    Awesome! I was hoping that something like this would come out :clap
    I will definitely be doing business with you to get some of these on my 2012 990
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  3. slidewayes

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    Looking vulnerable to crash or bush/tree damage?
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  4. Mttodd

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    Nice Looking kits. Do you offer the mounting brackets seperately?
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  5. HeatXfer

    HeatXfer Bad knees

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    Looks like they mount on the front fairing bolts/screws
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  6. dirtdiver

    dirtdiver Long timer

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    I am trying to visualize how these mount to the bike and are sturdy enough. I like that they are high on the bike.

    DD
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  7. tacosupreme

    tacosupreme Been here awhile

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  8. GoNOW

    GoNOW Long timer

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    Since that's my bike in the photo, let me say the mounts are very strong. I have done 100 miles of off road since the install and the lights have not moved. They are tucked up very tight to the body, the turn signals stick out more, so no problems with brush.

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    The Squadron LED lights are stupid bright. I had LightForce Strikers 170 on the bike before and these are brighter, and they won't snap off like the LightForce did.
    Most of the back of the Squadron lights is a heatsink on the back. I don't know why as after 3 hours, they are only warm. I right at night a lot, so I am very picky on my lighting and I am very happy with these lights.
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  9. Chop Chop

    Chop Chop Hector erector

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    Specific links aren't working for me.
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  10. Pete640

    Pete640 Long timer

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    Im having trouble with the links below the pic as well. The ones at the top are OK tho.

    Also Im just checking but if theyre putting out 36000 lumens I think you should include sunscreen as well!!! Guessing its a typo at 1800 each.:deal
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  11. LocuL

    LocuL Gnarly Infantry

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    Nice output and clean install. And im sure that these will stay in place while riding, but when you lay the bike wouldn't they be taken out.

    Ohh not to be police. Hasn't the development ended on this product. ... should it not be in the vendors area.
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  12. liftedlimo

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    Cant wait to pick these up!

    These lights put out 3600 lumens each! They are crazy bright. I love the new LED tech coming out.
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  13. smj

    smj Been here awhile

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    Do these come as a kit then, with everything required to mount and use? Or do lights, mounts, and switch all get ordered individually? What will it cost - the links do not come up for me either...
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  15. A.J.

    A.J. Been here awhile

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    Will these work with safari tanks?
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  16. Baja Designs

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    Thanks for the comments guys. They are just sold with the kits right now.
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  17. Baja Designs

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    Does your safari tank still have the same mounting bolt that we utilize?
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    Yes they come as a complete kit everything included

    http://www.bajadesigns.com/ProductDetail?ItemNumber=497063
    http://www.bajadesigns.com/ProductDetail?ItemNumber=487063

    Sorry the links weren't working at first.
    Sorry for posting in the ktm section guys just wanted to give you some information and get some feedback, we weren't getting much in the vendor section

    Thanks
    Mike
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  19. HeatXfer

    HeatXfer Bad knees

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    Are those pop-rivets securing the bezel & lens? Is that the only way into the housing? The mounting brackets on your bike look like nice machined pieces while the mounts pictured on the installation sheet look like angle alum with a bolt and spacer.
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  20. Baja Designs

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    They are four allen screws securing the lens and bezel. That is the only way into the housing.
    The lower part of the mounting bracket is a CNC aluminum piece anodized black, (the prototype was not anodized) and the other bracket is our stainless steel U bracket.
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