New Long Range LED Aux Lights

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

  1. The Dude Himself

    The Dude Himself Hooked on Dirt!!

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  2. ebrabaek

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    It is two dismantled energy sources from a pair of light sabers :deal:D
  3. Off Road Ryder

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    We just started offering an H4 LED headlight module, first shipments going out today.:clap
    http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.com/3000-Lumen-H4-H6-LED-Headlight-bulb-_p_83.html

    Way overkill


    A single 40 watt emitter, in a 6.5" can. Filters change the beam pattern from a spot to a wide beam.
    Im running the skene dimmer so I don't vaporize other drivers.
    This setup was a one off for my bike, if there is interest we may make some up, but they are not cheap. lights alone are 900 :eek1
    I cant wait to try them out.. come on little brown truck.
    Ill post some photos once I get a chance.
  4. Oddfellow

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  5. twinrider

    twinrider pass the catnip

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  6. Sunday Rider

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    +1. This sounds great.
  7. Off Road Ryder

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  10. techforlife

    techforlife CDI REPAIR

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    One question....it may have been answered already..i see some LED lights have a yellow color to the light and others are blue.......i have flashlights that look like they are throwing white light but have a nasty blue ring at the outer edge which i find distracting....what is the color temp of these lights and is there an outer blue of yellow ting to the light thrown..

    I figure most recent light have dealt with this,,but who knows:lol3

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  11. Off Road Ryder

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    I think you are referring to Kelvin color. K color is the hue or color tempo of any given bulb.
    5500 is white 6500 is blueish these come in around 5700 to 6000k
    No yellow more on the white side
    I have yet to hear from anyone that thinks they don't provide very good lighting or a color that throws them off.
  12. ebrabaek

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    Finally got around to the Aux long range install. These lights are simply silly bright. You have a great product here Darryl..... and great customer service. You gained a customer for life. :clap:clap:freaky:freaky
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    Jeebus Baek! You got a permit for all that firepower? :eek1
  14. techforlife

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    Thanks,that`s what i wanted to know..i`ve seen cheapies that looked very blue,others quite yellow..

    I need to order a set from you this summer.

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  15. Off Road Ryder

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    Thank You!!:clap since the start of this thread I have stated that we don't want your money, we want your business and to be your go to supplier for Quality products at a reasonable cost.
    You can have all three, quality, price and customer service. Many say that cant be done. I do not agree.

    That bike looks Sweet! Great Job fabricating!
  16. ebrabaek

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    Shhhhhhh.... No.:lol3:lol3
    When they are all on, they draw 83 watts. Less that stock, and a bit.....uhmmmmm brighter.:freaky
  17. ebrabaek

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    Thank you sir.:freaky I agree with all you said.
  18. ebrabaek

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    Thanks......
    The build thread can be seen here.....

    http://http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=949211

    They are one cyclops long range extreme (25 watt) for the high beam. One hella 60mm projector hid for the low beam.Two cyclops long range 10 deg aux high beams (10 watts) Two 1.5 watt LEDs for parking lights. :freaky
  19. Sunday Rider

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    Wow, fantastic fabrication there. :clap Thanks for the link.
  20. ebrabaek

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    Thank you sir....:freaky