LEDRider - Quality LED aux lighting

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by JustinP, Oct 13, 2013.

  1. JustinP

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    When we start offering the single lights, they will be $140. Our dimmer will work with a single light, but not with the pair; as a pair pulls more power than our dimmer is designed to handle. I'm going to get that fixed so single lights can be pre-ordered as well.

    Edit:
    Single light added for pre-order: http://ledrider.com/shop/?model_number=LR5S

    Coupon code "LR520" is good for pre-order on the single as well.
  2. Camarodude

    Camarodude Been here awhile

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    Not finding a dimmer switch on the LEDRider site
  3. JustinP

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  4. Mr. Floyd

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    Has anyone tried fitting any guards like the touratech on the LR4s? Im thinking of getting them, but I will likely whack them pretty good and was wondering what others have done - if anything.

    Randy
  5. JustinP

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    Randy, what bike would you mount them on? The easiest solution would be to mount them inboard on a protective structure, like a crash guard. The lights are pretty tough, and if anyone manages to "break" one, we'll definitely take care of them when it comes to replacement costs.
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    Our new LR5 lights mounted on a customer's GS with a set of PIAA 520's and factory HID kit. We hope no planes attempt to land on him :)

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  8. alchemy541

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    https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd....0-9/10003515_719310761422817_1374728588_n.jpg

    Added a set of the LR4's to my existing Cyclops spots. reference point: power pole is 140' from the bike and up a slight rise. Cell phones are not great cameras either.

    Initial impression was "DAMN these things are bright!" hasn't changed any. I'll be taking them out later this week for real world road conditions and setting the lights a bit better than "best guess" :)
    I like the extra wire length, much easier to work with than a 1' chunk that barely reaches the dash panel.
  9. JustinP

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    Thanks - glad you like them :) - great combo with spots!
  10. mopulga

    mopulga Been here awhile

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    Just installed mine with the dimmer. I was expecting bright, but these exceeded my expectations. Very nice product quality. Shipped well.
  11. deepcdiver

    deepcdiver Nobody Special

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    Can you give us an angle of spread for these new lights as well as the LR4's?I could not find that info on your sight. The LR4 is called a flood, but no angle of dispersion listed...how about the new 5 LED unit? Thanks...
  12. JustinP

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    The LR4 is a 30 degree pattern, and the LR5 is a 25 degree pattern. Both lights have a strong focus down the middle as well.
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    Five months on I continue to be impressed with my LR4s. Spent the weekend riding gravel in TN and several riders remarked how visible I was thru trees/corners while approaching... mission accomplished


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  14. JustinP

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    Thanks! Glad to hear they exceeded your expectations :)

    Bob - happy to hear the LR4's are working well for you. Looks like you are putting them to the test :)
  15. JustinP

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    Just an FYI folks - We're extending the $10 dimmer with a pair of LR4's Flood's deal for a few more months. That's a $15 savings on top of our standard ADV discount. :clap

    http://ledrider.com/shop/?model_number=LR4P-D

    Also, our new LR5 lights are live on the site now.

    http://ledrider.com/shop/?model_number=LR5P

    Feedback from the first few sets has been great. We'll be extending the "LR520" discount code for a few more weeks on these amazing lights. That will give you 20% off on a pair of LR5's!
  16. Grundy

    Grundy Been here awhile

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    I attempted wiring my new lights with the dimmer over the weekend . I ended up with a Front DRL warning on the dash. Everything worked as wired as well as the factory lights (DRL included). I tore everything out and the warning is gone. I used , as directed the blue high beam wire Scothlocked to the blue dimmer wire to trigger full on. Bike is 2014 KTM 1190 R. Comments or suggestions?
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    Please shoot me an email to justin AT ledrider.com. We'll need to do a little research to see if we can figure out what the issue is.
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    Not sure exactly what happened. I have been in conversation with Justin at LEDRIDER. As a result ..implementing a diode was suggested to stop the possible 2-way traffic on the blue wire. Diode didn't allow the dimmer to work. Took diode out , tried again, everyone's happy!:clapThanks to Justin for outstanding support. Must have been a combination of sleep deprivation and alcohol.
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  19. JustinP

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    Must have been something wired the wrong way the first time around. Glad you got that working :)
  20. NorthIdaHozer

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    Any reason I couldn't use the LR4s on my jeep?