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 Rusty.
    I actually shortened the wires because I thought you where mounting them to the lower triple clamp:eek1.. Sorry
    what length do you think they need to be?
    I really like the location. what crash bars are those and did they have a mount location already on them?
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  2. Off Road Ryder

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    Ill find a sealed cap for the switch. The dimming harness will have a completely different switch.
    Customer feedback will help us provide better products.
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  3. Off Road Ryder

    Off Road Ryder Long timer

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    Yes the bracket does come with the lights and swivels left to right as well as up and down.
    The mold has been delayed a bit on the PWM dimmer circuit board but it is moving along and should be available very soon. This will be a handle bar mounted on/off and 50% dimmer function switch.
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  4. Rustykfd

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    My bars are Altrider. I TIG'd on some mounting tabs, I know, that's cheating.

    For the harness, I don't know if there is a right length. I need about 12" more on 1 side. It will be no problem to add some where I need it.

    I'm not sure it's worth adding any cost to the switch, I'm planning to trigger the relay off my high beams, so the switch is extra. I would offer a good switch as an option.

    I should have them wired up soon, I will report back soon.


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  5. Off Road Ryder

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    Thanks for the feedback. The swith cover is already in the works.
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  6. Off Road Ryder

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    Finally got the handle bar mounted dimmer setup. I'll get one installed on my personal bike and get some photos. Looks like we have clear skies here in Seattle for a few days so Beam shots and comparisons coming your way.
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  7. twinrider

    twinrider pass the catnip

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    The other lights I was considering are Dually D2s. How do these lights compare to them in terms of light output (distance/width/brightness)?
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  8. bensgone

    bensgone Been here awhile

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    Do you have a show room in Kent?
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  9. Off Road Ryder

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    Hopefully someone else with D2's and Long Ranges will chime in.
    The D2's will put out more light close to the bike than the single LR, But the long ranges will shoot out much farther (approximately twice as far).. With the dual Long range in a 20 deg there is no comp in light output or distance.
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  10. Off Road Ryder

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    No Im sorry we do not have a showroom..
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  11. TrailDust&SaddleLthr

    TrailDust&SaddleLthr Been here awhile

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    Hi!

    Just noticed your product, which seems to possibly be most advanced on the market today!?!

    A few questions...

    1)- Do you have a specific mount for these New Long Range Optimus LED lights to go on the Yamaha WR250R or X (NOT F model).

    2)- Do these lights have to be mounted straight up or can they be mounted sideways at a 90 degree angle, with the mounting screw to the right or left, in case I wanted to use the same holes and brackets where the front amber reflectors are presently mounted on this bike?

    3)- What is the maximum draw on the power supply (370 Stator on the WR250R)

    4)- What all-around set-up would you recommend for night riding mainly on the street and/or out on the open road or out in the sticks? 10 Degree on right and 20 degree on left for wide angle? Based on what I read somewhere in this thread?!

    5)- Also, where are those units actually manufactured?

    6)- Bump :D

    Thank you for your time!
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  12. Off Road Ryder

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    Thank You for asking.

    These are by far the most advanced LEDs on the market.

    We do not have any model specific mounts as of this time. we do have other solutions that should work well on the WR. Mounting from aftermarket bark busters are popular with the dirt bikers.

    . These lights can be mounted in any configuration even upside down.

    The max draw on the single LED is 10 watts Your WR stator wont even blink at running these lights.

    The best setup is really dependent upon what or how you really ride. For myself thats the 10 deg light in most any situation. They work very well on the street providing the most distance.and if aimed properly in conjunction with a fair headlight provide the good fill and the most distance. If I ride off road I also run a helmet mounted setup.
    For a slower pace,tighter roads and trails or where you might not have a decent headlight a 20 deg or split is very nice.

    The OPT is manufactured in Korea under US engineering and supervision, wire harnesses made in the USA

    Thanks for the Bump:D
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  13. JustinT

    JustinT I will ride my whole life

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    Is your helmet light made with these LEDs?

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    TrailDust&SaddleLthr Been here awhile

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    Thank you so much for your kind reply and specific answers to all my queries.

    I appreciate the fact that your product is NOT "made in China"... (South, I presume! :D) Korea is fine and the harnesses in the good ol' USA is great... Kudos to you for that! Thank you!

    I am going to put a set of those lights next on my short list for when the bike will go in the shop for full Spring service and installation of other farkles. I was going to go with your competitor, but now, since your product is much more advanced, it will have to be my pick.... I am glad I waited and found your site... Guess was meant for me to wait until I found you, ey! :D

    Will be in touch again soon.

    J.
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  15. Off Road Ryder

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    NO we use an MR 16 HID for our best Helmet mounted light.
    Our LED helmet mounted light is completely different.
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  16. Off Road Ryder

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    Thank You very much. I guaranty you will not be sorry and will never have a light failure with the Long Range LED.
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  17. JustinT

    JustinT I will ride my whole life

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    This brings up the question, why not? I'm trying to decide these as Aux lights vs some MR16 HIDs.
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  18. Off Road Ryder

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    That one comes down to weight.
    In order to get a Quality long lasting LED you need good heat sinking, heat sinking is heavy.
    We are looking at ways to reduce the weight of the high powered LEDs and develop the long range into a helmet mounted light, for now they are just simply to heavy for helmet mount. Its coming for sure.

    They (LR) do outperform the MR16 based HIDs in every way,when you consider the reliability of the LED over the HID, its no contest. I would highly advise going with the long range LED over the mr16 HID for bike mount.
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  19. JustinT

    JustinT I will ride my whole life

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    That clears it up.... Thank you.
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    TrailDust&SaddleLthr Been here awhile

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    You're welcome!

    Will be in touch soon.