LED Auxiliary Lights

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by sanjoh, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. Alleycatdad

    Alleycatdad Unbunch yer panties!

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  2. n16ht5

    n16ht5 ride the night

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    Model 60 in action. Dang these buggers take some abuse. Multiple times I had to bend the bracket back straight after smashing it against trees and stuffs :lol3

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  3. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    AWESOME Vid!

    Your really need a M1 helmet light for the night riding:evil
  4. tallguy-09

    tallguy-09 Smile 4 Miles

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    Sanjoh:
    How about a "street-legal" style LED with proper beam pattern, even a bit larger in diameter (similar to Clearwater) with 6-8 LED's?
    That could be a real killer light!
  5. tmotten

    tmotten Lefthand ride Dutchy

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    Bloody hell. That's some full on riding, right there.
  6. globalrecon

    globalrecon rider

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    i want to get two lights and i'm trying to decide whether to get two floods (model 60) or one flood (model 60) and one spot (model 30). i was thinking i'd leave the spot on at near full brightness at all times and use the flood for when the high beams are on, but i don't think i'd be able to do that without two dimmers. leaning towards just getting two floods, but i'd be interested in hearing people's opinions.

    thanks.
  7. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    You could run a model 30 and a model 60 with one of our LED controllers. Running the model 30 at near full brightness is kind of redundant with a dimmer, you could increase the dimmer output for a similar effect while still having the high beam function available.

    If you have adequate stator power I would recommend the Model 60s with an led controller.

    When lights are ordered with a dimmer, they come plug n play at no additional cost.
  8. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Now you're talkin:D

    "similar to Clearwater" at 1/4 the price:evil
  9. n16ht5

    n16ht5 ride the night

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    Thanks! I have had a helmet light for a while now, otherwise I would get one from you for sure. My friend was using it in that video.

    more night riding fun.. turns to night around 6:30
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  10. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Amazing
  11. Y E T I

    Y E T I Unpossible

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    Got mine installed today, easy peasy. For now I haven't hooked up the high-beam trigger. They're bright! :eek1 Can't wait to test them after dark!
  12. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Sounds good, lets see some pics:D
  13. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Another happy customer:clap

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  14. TJ Willy

    TJ Willy ADV, this, I crave.

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    Just got my order in and already got the shipping notification. Can't wait to get them installed. I'll send you some install pics.

    By the way, can I use my existing wiring harness? Just splice in at the light and were ever the dimmer goes? I have PIAAs motorsports relay in the system as well. Would be nice to not pull wire again.

    Thanks for the chat Jon,

    Phil
  15. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Existing harness should work fine. Nice talking with you, look forward to some install pics, let me know if you have any questions on the install.

    Thanks for your business.
  16. TJ Willy

    TJ Willy ADV, this, I crave.

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    Will do... I put up a pic if nobody laughs at my home made brackets. No plasma cutters here.... lol.
  17. Jazz62

    Jazz62 Long timer

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    Bring it on Willy! No laughing here, I love homemade stuff!


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  18. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Make sure the brackets are secure, less vibration the better:deal
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    beechum1 Grimace Soup

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    is that just 1?
  20. n16ht5

    n16ht5 ride the night

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    yeah