LED Auxiliary Lights

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

  1. tallguy-09

    tallguy-09 Smile 4 Miles

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    OK great, I'd definitely need 2 of those for adequate illumination :D
  2. cug

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    I'm certain you can do better illumination with a set of these:

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    :lol3
  3. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Those look a bit dim:D
  4. guavadude

    guavadude de-composer

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    When comparing the new square models with the round ones, what are the main differences?
    From the specs it looks like they use the same LED and have the same current draw. Is it just a better reflector design?
  5. ewagman

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    Could be SuperBowl lights:lol3

    Perhaps you should talk to them, sell them some low current draw lights that work.
  6. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Reflector design and physical size.
  7. Landro

    Landro Slippery when wet

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    Ordered Feb. 8 (late in day). Received today (Feb. 18)... on the west coast of Canada. An entire continent and one international border in 5 business days. Unbelievable. Thanks John! :clap

    I still have no idea how I'm gonna mount them on the NG KLR, but at least I have them to play with. Great service!
  8. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Thanks for your business.

    Anyone with the lastest gen KLR post up up some mounting pics for this man:deal

    Here's what I have.
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  9. WindSailor

    WindSailor Been here awhile

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    Just ordered 2 of your M64's heading for the west side of the states.I'll see what I can do in mounting them:D
  10. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Thanks for your business. Perhaps Tallguy will get his wish after all:D

    Pictures would be much appreciated.
  11. scooterGdawg

    scooterGdawg Been here awhile

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    here are my pics of the ADV 60's

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  12. dvgonzo

    dvgonzo Been here awhile

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    About 3-4 years back I built one of the kit lights from ledsupply and was so impressed with it I machined new housings and built a few more redesigned/finned housings using larger LED drivers that up the output by about a third. Amazing how much light can come out of that small of a unit! My whole light is two inches in diameter but the actual led is about 1/8 inch diameter with a .8 of on an inch diameter lens!

    A couple months back a buddy and I did a side by side comparing my light to these Monster lights. Although they both put out about the same amount of light the Monster's have a lot more focused beam where mine are more of a flood type. Hating to be out done I immediately orderd a couple of the Monster's as well.

    Two of these on the front of a scooter is WAY overkill! I only added one!

    I was coming home the other night after finally taking the time to aim it correctly and was on a secondary highway. As I crested a hill that is about 3 miles distant from the next hill a car came over that distant hill and even at three miles he flashed his brights for me to dim mine! YEAH, they are THAT bright!

    Use caution if using them in any non off road application though, as I am positive they would get you a ticket.
  13. DirtRider....

    DirtRider.... Wandering Turtle

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    Hey Gdawg.... how did you mount the 60s to your ST? what brackets did you use to attach them to your bike?

    i'm looking to do the same thing to my ST since the stock lights are not very useful.
  14. beechum1

    beechum1 Grimace Soup

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    looks like HD brackets to the fender mounting bolts.
  15. scooterGdawg

    scooterGdawg Been here awhile

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    I don't remember if i got the HD brackets or not, but i just used the brackets that came with the lights, and put them on the fender screws....simple as pie
    :clap
  16. BMW-K

    BMW-K F800GS FTW!

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    Scooter, nice overall setup!

    Here's mine on my WR:

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    I've also get a set of mounts coming so I can slap a set of 60's on my Ducati Monster.
  17. scooterGdawg

    scooterGdawg Been here awhile

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    i like that light on the ram mount......neat....
  18. Unstable Rider

    Unstable Rider Moto Fotografist

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    Me too. That is a great application right there...
  19. BMW-K

    BMW-K F800GS FTW!

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    I appreciate it guys. I've got it on a separate circuit so I can use it like a spotlight on the bike. Good times!

    I did a test out in the street and the lighting is just fantastic!
  20. ewagman

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    Would it be an accurate assumption to expect a pair of 62's light output to match the single 64, as shown in the photos?

    I'd also think a 62 housing with floods installed would be a good all around set up, when paired with a 62 (spot). The housings would match, and the light patterns would compliment each other.