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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Off Road Ryder, Nov 5, 2012.
what's it do?
I think its more of a question of what cant it do, The Hexcan is really amazing. you have total control of forward and rear visibility, brake and running lights. Want your aux lights, or rear and auxiliary brake lights to dim at different levels, or drop off when a blinker is turned on? How about timing how long the lights will stay on after you shut the bike down. The Hex can will allow that. you can also run other gear like heated vest, jackets etc. We are really amazed and juts tapping into what all can be done with the hexcan.
oh man, you should link to this video...
now I have a better understanding !
Does this replace your Raider canbus controller ?
Unless you have a
ktm 790 adventure
Off Road ,
a question : what are the Long Range Optimus dimensions?
Thank you The largest portion of the light comes in at 3.75 inches. that's the diameter of the outer ring at the bezel. the length is also 3.75 from the front to the rear.
We now have the Amber filters for the Aurora lights as photo'd above. great for conspicuity or fog,rain, dust etc. A silicone sleeve holds the Poly cover on without fail.
Questions answered, ordered.
If I power these lights with an ezcan will they be dimmable using the wonder wheel? I have a pair of Long Range Optimus lights and want to add some small lights on the forks lower down that turn with the wheel. I got the bike used, the second set of wires for lighting are split off the Optimus harness, so i'd have 2 lights on each ezcan circuit. ( I assume it's fine as long as the amps are set right in the ezcan).
Do you have a fork mount for these lights?
Yes, they are adjustable on my R1200RS. It takes two circuits of the EZcan, one for the white lights and one for the orange. Forewarned, wired this way, both sides go out when you use the blinker.
I'll post up an install pic or 6 when done.
It'll be a few weeks due to work and leaving for a little trip. They look good just out of the box.
Thank you! Dont hesitate to phone in if you have any Qs at all.
Got these early in Jan and mounted them on my 2011 BMW R1220RT to a set of Denali mounts...
The instructions were very lacking but after a quick call they walked me through the gaps. Apparently there’s a newer version of the instructions which should help.
I connected the halos up to EZ-Can and the spots directly to the battery and very nice relay wiring loom that came with the lights which is triggered by the high-beams.
Nice set of light for the $$ and do exactly what I wanted them to do.
Add additional lighting awareness with the halos (set to 100% on the EZcan circuits, I used two for the halos). And..
More light field and distance for night riding with the spots!
Thank you Sir I appreciate your business and the comments.. We did get caught with a lack of info on the halo wires, showed us that although what we think is sufficient, others not doing this stuff on a regular basis may not. That info has been extended to show there is a power and ground wire for the halos as well as the main lights. Thanks again!
I could have probably figured it out if I spent a little more time 'thinking' about it but adding the EZcan into the mix.... well I guess it was too much. lol All good and the few times I've tried them they work great!
These definitely rip! After mounting them in three different places and wiring them two different ways I’m pretty damn happy with the install. I have the cyclops long range on top and they compliment them perfectly. I opted for straight lights without the DRL but added the amber covers and they’re very solid.
Thank you so much.. These photos look incredible! If someone cant see you coming, Im not sure what to say.