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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by sanjoh, Aug 5, 2010.
Installed my mm15s on my new GS. Should make good running lights without being obnoxiously bright.
Sanjoh, which light would be the best replacement for the crappy stock headlight on a DR200SE? Strictly for off road use, so I don't need a DOT certified light.
I would go with the Model 60 and a rotary dimmer. You will be using less power than the stock headlight.
I wish Honda would do a 400/450 of that bike.
With a six speed
sanjoh the M12 Handheld LED Flashlight Kits arrived today, I should have ordered a few more for more as holiday gifts.
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all gone ???? not on web site ?
Thanks for your business!
We have discontinued the M64. Will soon be offering a replacement that puts out more light
Any ideas on price?
Got the model 60 wired in. I ended up using the stock headlight wiring to trigger relays to power the headlight, made it muuch brighter. The 30's are always on and the 60 comes on with the high beam. They are on switches should I need to not light up the road in front of me so well.
Might want to check the clearance on the light under your headlight. I know it's a street bike but, you have been down funtime rd to my place
Curious as to why you mounted the light to the lower fender bolt vs the upper?
Is it too early to share dimensions and specs?
Not at all. If you have any questions, post em up.
This light has a low profile, which looks to be a good fit for under the front fairing for the Super Tenere'.
4 Cree XM-L U2 LEDs
Available in Spot (15 deg) or Flood (45 deg)
o-ring sealed housing
one meter wire lead
includes stainless steel mount and mounting hardware
PMMA shatter proof lens
water and dust proof, IP67 rated.
Definitely interested. I've got a KLR650 headlight mount handy, just compared measurements, and it looks like this would fit in between the headlight mount tabs quite nicely. Do you think it would function OK as a headlight assembly?
I think the Flood pattern with the clipped beam would be great. You would need to combine it with one of our LED controllers. The controller will give you an adjsutable low beam, full power high beam. We can make it plug n play to your stock headlight connector.
Hmmmm...interesting. I have been thinking of installing some narrow beam LEDs under the truck independently wired. We travel East 800+ miles every year after Xmas and have been caught in some white-outs. Headlights and factory driving lights just blind me. Install one of these real low so it just lights up the road with headlights off and parking lights on during white-out just might do the trick. Maybe put your wireless rheostat on the dash for on coming traffic