LED Auxiliary Lights

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  1. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    What's inside the quotes:wink:

    Put it in during checkout in the promotion code box, typically on the left side of the screen. Discount should show up.
  2. fyrfytr

    fyrfytr B.U.F.F.

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    I just ordered the lights you have on special. Thanks too for the ADV discount. They will be going on an '06 Tiger. Will the supplied flat mount work for me, or will I have to break out the MIG and build something myself? Thanks again.
  3. 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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  4. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Thanks for your business!

    The included mount will mount to a 6mm stud or flat surface 25mmx25mm with a bolt.
  5. fyrfytr

    fyrfytr B.U.F.F.

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    You're welcome, just got the e-mail that they shipped. That's awesome!

    I think I might be able to do something with the mount. There's lots of bolts on the front fender.
  6. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    The lower fender bolts in front of the fork looks like a good spot.

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  7. Rainier_runner

    Rainier_runner Epic Adventurer

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    First off, let me say Sanjoh is the man. I pm'd him with my hair branded idea and he was nothing but informative and supportive. He hooked me up with everything I needed and even wired up a wireless dimmer custom to control my 3 headlight assembly. Enough talk, I'll let the pics explain it.

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    So, grand total is 5 model 60's. 3 mounted in the headlight, and ran on a wireless dimmer. The yellow two are hard wired and operate at 100%, for off road use only...

    This set up is low amp draw, and turns pitch black into daylight. I absolutely suggest and encourage any and everyone to get at least a couple of these on your bike!
  8. Lil' Steve

    Lil' Steve PussyWagon™ Chauffer

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    More info/pics on that template and where those 3 mounting screws attach.... for the DR650 crowd, please.
  9. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    That's nice!
  10. Jnich77

    Jnich77 Been here awhile

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    that has to be bright, bordering on obscene..haha
  11. patrick1

    patrick1 Adventurer

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    Its an '03, the naked one

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    I currently have 1 moutned to the side of my normal headlight, using whats left of my original HD mount and the speed cable holder bracket of my XR. Seems to doing the job for now.

    I wired it directly into my High beam, could this cause issues?
  12. Rainier_runner

    Rainier_runner Epic Adventurer

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    The template is 100% homemade. I started with a paper grocery bag, and whittled down a piece to fit. Then transferred it to cardboard and refit more precisely. Then came the aluminum. Once it fit perfect, I cut the holes, painted it and installed it into the headlight housing.

    I then used bulkhead mounting brackets that I obtained from Sanjoh to mount the lights. Piece of cake! Its not perfect, but works perfectly!

    If my explanation is clear as mud, feel free to ask any questions you may have.
  13. Rainier_runner

    Rainier_runner Epic Adventurer

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    Only obscene while everything is operating at 100%. On road I only operate the 3 headlights somewhere between 20 and 30% I'd guess. Have yet to be so much as flashed.
  14. ADVBMR

    ADVBMR Polygamotorcyclist

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    Yeah, I put the 30's on my F800R to be seen and they are GREAT. More than I ever expected. Just ordered new lights for the GS. Sorry PIAA, it was fun while it lasted....
  15. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    No problems as long as the wiring/fuse is large enough to support the additional 28 watts.

    That a great mounting spot as well, gets the light up high for more distance.
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    beechum1 Grimace Soup

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  17. Shoganai

    Shoganai Let's do some livin'

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  18. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    RoundOz Plenty of seasoning

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  20. Shoganai

    Shoganai Let's do some livin'

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    Thanx. :D

    Edit:
    Nope, but thanks anyway.