LED Auxiliary Lights

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

  1. Boris4ka

    Boris4ka n00b

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    Any plans of making a projector lens for these lights so there's a cutoff like with HID's?
  2. SiBC

    SiBC Adventurer

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    After much thinking and jumping from one model to another in the decision process I finally settled. Just placed an order for two M62 with crash bar mounts and rotary dimmer :)


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  3. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Not at the moment.

    Thanks for your business.
  4. WildmanSam

    WildmanSam Adventurer

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    man... they went on sale a couple days after i got mine at full price... and there's an inmate discount?? :cry

    think you can hook up a deal if i buy some model 60's?
  5. Craneguy

    Craneguy British Hooligan

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    Ordered a pair of Model 30 Spots. Great service, great price and incredibly prompt shipping.

    Thanks John!
  6. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Certainly:D

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  7. Downs

    Downs KK6RBI

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    I'm thinkin of ordering a model 60 or 44 and replacing one of my model 30 spots so I have one model 30 spot beam and one flood beam


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  8. Boris4ka

    Boris4ka n00b

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    I can't decide which light or combo of lights to buy. It's for a DRZ400 SM and the lights will mostly be used on the freeway and highway. I'd like a combo of spot and flood, but my bike can't support much, and I don't want to spend too much money. I bought a Model 30 two years ago but the bike it was on got stolen.

    Ideally I'd like it to illuminate the sides as well, so if the bike's leaning I can see into the turn. Should I get an M61 for each side, and an M62 for the front? Or do you think a single M64 would work? At that point the M64 would be significantly cheaper and put out the same amount of light as the three light combo. Or should I do some combo of Model 30s? So many choices!
  9. RTinNC

    RTinNC RT to GS in NC

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    Anyone have pictures of Caliper mounts for the 30's? Got a set for my '12 GSA and having difficulty getting them mounted to the calipers since the GS does not have fender bolts that work. I am planning on making some "L" brackets and then getting longer M8 caliper bolts with a spacer or bushing but looks like most of that I'd need fabricate so wondering if anyone has done this type mount before. Thanks in advance.

    Oh ... and I ordered the HD brackets but when installed I see they create a somewhat ugly gap in the light housing ... I thought of using an O-ring to fill the gap. Has anyone else dealt with this issue. Yes ... I am pretty anal about how stuff looks and the gap in the housing just detracts for the look of the lights.
  10. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    A flood light will help light up the sides of the road.

    The DRZ puts out 180watts stock. I'd recommend a model 30 and 44 for a total of 30 additional watts on full power. I think the M62 and M64 are a bit large for a bike the size of a DRZ.

    Oring should work to fill the gap.
  11. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Another happy customer:clap

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  12. WindSailor

    WindSailor Been here awhile

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    Relocated my lights to use the original OEM aux light mounts (had to fabricate a piece to bolt to the original mount). This works tons better and looks better too.

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  13. tallguy-09

    tallguy-09 Smile 4 Miles

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    I like it better now, however, you still need to crank up the engine hp a bit to overcome the wind resistance, personally it's a bit too much for me. I went from no lights to way too many lights (lights everywhere), back to only a set of 60s and that's it for me.
  14. Danjal

    Danjal Insert wit here.

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    Sanjoh, do you have wide beam lenses or prismatic lenses available for the 61 or 62? Id like to use them for close cornering lights.
  15. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Model 30 light on Sale 25% off
    Normally $60.00 each now $45.00

    Don't forget the "inmate" discount. ~$80 for a Quality set (that's a pair:D) of Lights.


    • Spot Beam
    • 1500 lumens
    • .85amp@12v
    • 3 LEDs
    • aluminum housing
    • Length: 70mm , Diameter 55mm
    • black durable coating
    • o-ring sealed housing
    • one meter wire lead
    • includes flat mount (stainless) mounting bracket
    • glass shatter resistant lens
    • Sold individually
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    The Model 44 or Model 60 will give you a wide beam.
  16. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Model 60s and the new M64s on my F150. Can you spell daylight:huh

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  17. Danjal

    Danjal Insert wit here.

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    All well and good there as I have a 60 already, I just need lower power cornering lights. The stock Dr650 stator wont support too much more draw on it.
  18. Sunday Rider

    Sunday Rider Adventurer Wanabe

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    This reminds me of body piercing. Not that there is anything wrong with that.:D
  19. Jazz62

    Jazz62 Long timer

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    Just for grins you've got to post some night shots with those blazing.
  20. Alleycatdad

    Alleycatdad Unbunch yer panties!

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    There's been no recent mention of the flashlight that sanjoh sells but it's become my nightly go to light. Love everything about it except that the switch comes apart if you change the battery via the tail cap. I just take the head off instead.

    Highly recommended, ESP if you've ever spent real money on a flashlight. This sucker is almost free.

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