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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Off Road Ryder, Nov 5, 2012.
Pm coming your way. Thank You!
Got it and thanks!
I followed up with another question. Best regards
got everything buttoned up and tucked away neatly behind the fairing...
it's friggin blinding...and i don't think they're too big.. nope not at all.:eek1
can't wait for darkness.
New 950 sm owner here is Australia
I'm keen on the brackets and some great lights please
Thanks OBD. I really appreciate you taking the leap of faith and ordering products that you had barley seen. And then posting Photos
The feedback we are getting on the extreme has been incredible. 6 Pro Baja 1k teams are running the new lights so far.
They are potent.
Has anyone tried the 'driving beam' lense covers on the Long Range Extremes? Lets see more night shots guys!
We hope there is interest in those quality mounts, so far we are not seeing it.
The great lights part is no problem.
24hr season is in full swing. Come check out all the great Cyclops products at this years 24 hrs of Glenn Helen, Always a good time. This race draws the largest Pro field of all the 24 hr races.
I am really happy that Klim has stepped up and offered Sponsorship for our 24 hr race team.
2 weeks until we shred some dirt, and Show that ADV bikes are not just for hitting starbucks:huh
Who do you think will have the best Lights?
We are switching over to the new website here today, Ill update links in this thread asap.
The new site has only a fraction of the products loaded so far, But should offer international shipping, easier to understand options and real time shipping rates with the USPS or UPS Hopefully it will also be much easier to navigate.
If you see something funky or not quite right please let me know.
I don't know if I am getting to the new site or not, but I definitely don't see the LR Extreme lights on the one I can get to...
You are and they are not on there yet. We are selling to some trusting riders. Im happy to help with a pm or call
We have so much going on, with 24 hr races and snowmobile shows, just getting our main products on the new site was a challenge.
Things will settle down a bit here in a few weeks. Then we can finish loading products etc.
Sorry I haven't posted sooner. I was busy getting ready for, participating in, and recovering from, the Void Rally. I will take some more pics in the next week or so. Taking pic's inside the fairing will be difficult without removing it but I will give it a try. The mounts seem to be okay, I didn't notice any vibration while using the lights. I did mount them as close as I could to the base to minimize vibration. The mounts are very basic, just 1/8" steel from HD. I bent them using a torch, vise, and hammer, then coated them with spray-on plasti-dip.
I can definitely see the benefit to wiring them into the high beam switch b/c I was constantly switching both switches to low for oncoming traffic. I was really surprised how many cars are out at 4am on the back roads of Kentucky.
The lights themselves worked great. I actually used them several times just to illuminate objects that I had to photograph. The only thing I might have done differently is possibly go with two 10 degree lights instead of the 10/20 combo. My regular lights seemed to fill the immediate area in front of the bike adequately.
Cant wait for the race this weekend!
Try leaving your headlight on high and only dimming the LEds.
I think there are real benefits to not having these lights set to operate with the high beams, In town for instance where you may not want the LED's on high, but want to use your high beam.
There's an easy solution that I use. I have my leds wired to go on with my high beam, but they also have an independent on/off switch so if I wanted to use my high beams only, I would just switch off my leds.
That said, I can't imagine any scenario where I'd want to use my high beams without my leds unless I wanted to reduce electric power consumption. The high beams alone are blinding for oncoming traffic, especially since I installed Morimoto HIDs in place of the H7 bulbs. :eek1
If your local and want to see some Big Adventure bikes racing against the 450's come on out and help a great cause.
Our Team is putting together a food drive for the Goldendale food bank, we are giving away tickets to the raffle with a donation of food or cash.
Prizes include a Cyclops LED Adventure light, a Giant Loop Mojave, a few Clairisonic toothbrushes, a suspension service from Konflict just to name a few.
The Food bank has asked for donations of "meals" such as chili, soup, stew and mac&cheese as well as fruit.
Please come by and help those that are less fortunate., plus you might win some cool stuff
Thanks 900 rider. There is more to business than just educating users and selling product.