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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by sanjoh, Aug 5, 2010.
just upgraded to a model 60 after a rock took out a model 30.
Might be able to help you rebuild the model 30. Send me an email email@example.com with a pic and I'll see if we can fix it.
Been busy unfortunately. And this weekend I'm riding the KLX250S to Jemez Springs, NM for lunch (FSSNOC Thumper Cafe) so it looks like the first weekend in August!
2013 BMW RA Rally at the Biltmore.
I met a couple in central Illinois who were on their way home from the Biltmore rally,,, he on a GS, she on a Kimco scooter. She was very proud to be approaching 1500 miles on her first long trip.
Sanjoh, just a passing thought (after installing a 60 on my newly acquired DRZ), how about an LED turn signal kit, complete? The only kit I can find on-line is nearly $300. Bet you could do better.
That sounds rather expensive:huh
Might want to check Amazon or the vendor section here.
my question has been asked before 20 pages ago thx
We aim to please
Thanks for your order, it will ship today.
Super guy to buy from!
Thanks John! Can't wait to get my new set of lights burning!
Take care, Eric.
Thanks for your business
Sanjoh, did as you suggested and sourced individual parts to do the turn signals, way cheaper than the "kit" I had found. Most expensive part was/is the Baja Designs light switch and could'a got similar cheaper if I'd searched harder. Total is <$100.
Did you put that on your ST1100? How did you set it up? Do you have the LED lights as well?
The LED turn signals are for my recently aquired DRZ-400-E. Tho it's licensed in AZ it just seems reasonable to me to make it multi-state compliant as I plan to ride it everywhere. It'll have all "signal" lights as LED and (eventually) HID head light. Wanna save enuff amps to run heated gear.
Wouldn't hurt to convert the ST as well but it does have a surfeit of amps.
Finally got around to mounting my lights. The stock front turn signals are a great location to put the LED lights. I removed the stock turn signals, and wired them into LED lights that I picked up from SuperBrightLED, and mounted them into the HDB Bark-Busters. So, now this location has been freed up for the LED lights. There will be a (model 60) Flood-light on one side, and a (Model 30) Spot-light on the other to cover all areas.
Might want to consider our Dualsport Fairing. It will outperform the HID in lighting and pull less watts, plus you get all the other great benefits as well.
+1 The LED's in the Dual Sport Fairing are much better than the HID I had in there before. And more reliable.
Thanks for the heads-up, guys. Ugh, should'a done more research,,, I already have the new dual-beam headlight and fairing, and the HID's are ordered. Maybe next season if this don't work out.
Here's the one I got, with LED turn signals built in, seemed reasonable at the time. UFO Stealth: