New Long Range LED Aux Lights

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Off Road Ryder, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. Off Road Ryder

    Off Road Ryder Long timer

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    Thanks! I hope you like the 600 series light bar.
    Ive been pulling my hair out all morning trying to figure out how we can make the Long Range directions as simple and specific as possible.
    The LED light bars and some Prime drive Aux lights are a little different as they are not MC specific,(other than the dirt bike kits) so a general doc should have been included.
    Although all work like the above Long Range doc. With the intro of the Long Range Motorcycle kits,We thought a specific long Range light doc was necessary.
    Prime drive is the name of the dimmable system, not necessarily the particular light, They can be single lights or a light bar.
    here are the basic Prime drive instructions.
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  2. 900rider

    900rider Been here awhile

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    Just so we're on the same page I didn't order the light bar, I ordered the combo 10/20 degree light kit with the moto harness but it came with directions for the light bar and not for the 10/20 combo kit. And, after seeing the directions you posted for the light bar, mine only came with the top half of those directions, lol.
  3. Off Road Ryder

    Off Road Ryder Long timer

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    OK. Im thoroughly confused, and certainly not laughing, we take this stuff very seriously.
    I am glad you got the lights going. It seams someone here made a mistake. WE will work to do better. Please accept my apologizes.
    We always answer the 1 800 624 0278 # even on nights and weekends,
    If for some reason we don't answer, we do return calls asap.

    Customer service is one thing that will and does separate Cyclops from the rest.
  4. 900rider

    900rider Been here awhile

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    Much appreciated!

    I still need to machine brackets to mount these on my smr and just got material in today. I'm hoping to get everything installed this weekend.
  5. Nowwhat

    Nowwhat I'll Go Second...

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    great post....

    My future LED purchases will be from Cyclops....
  6. Off Road Ryder

    Off Road Ryder Long timer

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    Thank you!!!
    We learn a lot from our fellow inmates, I always appreciate the feedback.

    I just mounted a set of the new Extreme lights on the shops 950.
    They actually fit well and are not to big like I thought they might be, Photos to fallow.
    The new site is also coming along nicely, no more having to call in for international orders etc.. We cant wait.
    Note that I will be on a ride from today threw next Monday. :clapso I wont be checking Pms until Tuesday
    I hope all of you are getting out as well.
  7. ducpilot

    ducpilot Been here awhile

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    I am in the process of re-outfitting my bike for my next extended trip (3-4 mo. in South America) and switched over to the Cyclops LED driving lamps. I will be testing them out for ADVMoto magazine on COBDR next week.

    So far I'm very impressed, build quality is top notch with very nice fit/finish and they look very attractive on the bike. The wiring was a no brainer, easy install, simple instructions and fit well. The option for a low output setting so I can use them full time for visibility without blinding drivers or being a bad Stuart for motorcyclist was one of the reasons I chose these lights. the ability to adjust the low setting couldn't be easier with simple twist of a dial. The handlebar switch that comes with it has a two position for high/low. (it can be wired into the low beam on non-BMW's)
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    I can't wait to put these to the test with some night riding this Friday
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  8. 900rider

    900rider Been here awhile

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    Got my light brackets machined today. I'll do the install on my smr tomorrow. :D

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  9. oz97tj

    oz97tj Been here awhile

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    Wow. Those are pretty awesome light mounts.
  10. 900rider

    900rider Been here awhile

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    Did the install today-

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    I tried the low mount but decided I didn't like it as much.

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    They're also strong enough to support my 210 pounds of fury (the brackets, not the lights ;) )


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    I can't wait till its dark and I can try them out!
  11. Jazz62

    Jazz62 Long timer

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    You might consider starting your own thread here in the vendors section :D
  12. eddyturn

    eddyturn Wannabe

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    Yes indeed!
  13. twinrider

    twinrider pass the catnip

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    Awesome mounts. Machine some up for the Super Tenere! :clap
  14. JustRon

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    +1 (except the part about the S10)
    I was looking for a way to mount my lights on my forks, but couldn't find anything. Mine are mounted up high on my barkbusters, but I'd rather they be lower.
    Those look awesome.
  15. Off Road Ryder

    Off Road Ryder Long timer

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    Thanks for the Post. That's one really nice GS800:clap
    enjoy your trip!
  16. Off Road Ryder

    Off Road Ryder Long timer

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    Nice work!!! Let me know if you would like to make more.
  17. GB

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    This is the vendor's thread.. competing vendors may not post here. Please read the posted rules; No poaching.
  18. SV_Dwayne

    SV_Dwayne Been here awhile

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    I don't think it's a competing product, heck, he only made one set for himself, he's not a vendor. If anything, it's a complimenting product that could sell more lights, not take away sales. The vendor this thread belongs to is interested in the mounts, too. :deal
  19. michigan400

    michigan400 Been here awhile

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    I seen it. It was from another actual "vendor" in here, not the guy with the pretty machined ones (900rider). Them are slicker than goats lips BTW! Nice job!
  20. 900rider

    900rider Been here awhile

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    I would like to make more. PM on the way.

    I'm not a vendor and don't want to become one. I'd rather be a supplier to an existing vendor.

    What he said :)

    Thanks for the positive comments everyone!