Cyclops 2 inch 2000 lumen light with DRL(daytime running light)

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  1. Off Road Ryder

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    WE have been working on this for some time.
    A Rugged 2 inch CNC billet aluminum housing with a potent Cree XHP50 top binned emitter putting out 2000 lumens each.
    No longer do you need a large light for great performance.
    available with or without a DRL
    Run the DRL as a running light or possibly a blinker
    No added switches required, DRL comes on anytime you have the key on, aux light comes on with high beam.. No switches to add!
    You can also choose dimming and switch options if you like.
    Lifetime warranty
    Emarked-TUV R113 and R10 rated
    IP 68
    5700k
    9-30vdc
    Polycarbonate lenses
    super strong steel cradle mount
    Lightweight
    Deutsch connectors with full relayed wire harness's
    with DRL
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    without DRL
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    what all is include in the basic kit
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    available at a great Motorcycle dealer or at our site
    https://www.cyclopsadventuresports.com/Aurora-2-Inch-19-Watt-Auxiliary-Light-Set_p_245.html
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  2. interactive3

    interactive3 Been here awhile

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    Any chance you can offer it with a lens that provides a lower, wider beam?
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  3. Off Road Ryder

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    Not quite yet, but yes eventually we will be adding both Amber and beam changing filters.
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  4. Off Road Ryder

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    Here are some quick beam shots taken last night.. we will do a better job once we can get a pro to take them. These are aimed way to low to give a true representation of distance.
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    Great feedback so far on this new little light. What would you do with the DRL.. best as a DRL or would you turn it into a blinker?
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  6. Off Road Ryder

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    Big light from a small package. Try a set out, if you are not 100% satisfied this is the best small light on the market. Ill give you your money back including shipping. No one beats a deal like that or stands behind their products better.
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    Sweet!
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  8. ontrip

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    Nice kit, do you have the saddle brackets to fit on the BMW or Machine Moto Art light bars.
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  9. Off Road Ryder

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    Thanks Yes we have some adaptor mounts to use with the stock BMW mounts.. I need to get them on the site, made them a year ago and never have added them. Ill get some photos asap.
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  10. Off Road Ryder

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    WE realized we were not offering the options that many would like with the DRl version.. why not have the potent Amber DRL on during the day and then be able to offer dimming at night?
    No problem with the skene dimmer and switch option.. you would run the DRls during both the day and at night, they come on automatically when your bike fires up, then at night you would activate the aux light function via a on/off switch, now you can have lights that are dimmable with a low beam that can be set anywhere from off to 100% in 10 % increments, when you hit high beam they will automatically go to 100% without flipping another switch.. Perfect!
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  11. ClydeMI

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    Really looking forward to a good mounting solution for the Aurora lights on the SuperDuke 1290 GT!
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    Thank you Clyde! We are working on new fork mounts that will fit many bikes. the SD included. Hopefully these will also work on the GT. will post photos asap.
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    How bright is the DRL? What’s the output? I had VisionX Optimus with the amber “DRL” halo. The halo wasn’t nearly as bright as an automotive DRL. It would be acceptable as a turn signal if the primary Illumination is not on.
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  14. Off Road Ryder

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    Thank you
    The math comes out to approx. 600 lumens for the DRL. This figure is not included in the overall rating for the aux lights. IMO lumens are a horrible way to judge lights, unfortunately the rest of the industry want to push them, so what can we do... Its pretty bright and highly visible.
    here is an install we did yesterday on a F800Gs raw photos you can be the judge.
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    How do the Aurora lights compare to the Optimus lights?
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    I'm assuming that the 2" is the size of the lens, not the external dimensions of the whole assembly. Can you post the external dimensions of the lights? I have an idea for mounting on my SDGT, but wanted to mock up some blanks to get an idea of whether the idea would work or not. Also, how high they sit when installed using the included bracket would be helpful.
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  17. Off Road Ryder

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    size is the big difference
    The Auroras are much smaller coming in at 2.16 inches in overall diameter. Optimus are 3.75 in dia ( housings)
    Optimus are 10 watt lights, Auroras are 19 watt lights
    Auroras weigh in at 216 grams, OPT at 750 gr
    both pack a punch, the Long Range Opt do beat the Auroras out on total distance, but the usable light is a bit better out to where they (Auroras) will drop off 500ish ft.
    Ill get some comp photos once it stops raining here. And we get a decent night..
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    The total outside diameter of the light is 2.165 dia.. we are working on a new fork mount, hopefully it will also work on the Gt, we will be using a SD to set it up, hopefully Ill have photos available once I return from a week long ride starting on Wednesday.
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    I got some mounted up on a ktm 990 Baja. Cyclops has a direct plug and play kit for the Baja bikes. They replace the original TrailTech aux lights that come on only the Baja. The Cyclops are an excellent upgrade. The DRL version is pretty sweet. I took a couple pics from a 45 degree angle from the front of the bike. The LED halo provides a very wide angle of viewing. It should help out considerably to be seen by cross traffic.
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    The Cyclops is well over twice as bright (twice the distance and light spread too). I took a few pics while it was raining out. No the pics aren’t great, but it gives a pretty representation of how they compare to the OEM Trailtechs. FYI, I had both one TrailTech and one Cyclops mounted up at the same time on the bike for pictures, so actual light output would be double.
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