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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Off Road Ryder, Nov 5, 2012.
Excellent, Have a blast at the Rally and let us know what you think.
If your looking for a local 1190R I'd be happy to volunteer. I'm about an hour north of you and have Fridays off. I'd be welling to drop the bike by and drink your coffee.
I'm using a 9007 bulb in the lamp in place of the Ba20 bulb/socket so that I can use the existing pins and not convert the pin style to the wider H4 style.
Sorry it's early in the morning - what is going to be the difference between the KLR H7 and the other H7 you offer?
Smaller in overall dimensions - if I got that one right... But I want to make sure.
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Will do. I'll try to snap some pics during the night phase...had a quick blast around the block last night and its like Im riding a new bike! I can actually "see" whats in front of me at night now!.....whether the on coming drivers could see anything after I passed them....well that's a nother story...
The KLR has a depression or ridge around the headlight socket that prevents our current H7 from fitting.
We are working on another design and or plate to service the KLR.
It will not be a smaller bulb, if anything slightly longer.
Glad to hear!!
We are proud to have not only the overall winner of this years Perry Mountain 24 hr but the majority of the class winners in this years race running Cyclops products.
Racers choose the best, If they work for them, would they not also be the best choice for you?
We just received 1000 H4s and 500 H7s
stock supplies should be a bit smoother going forward.
If you are a dealer and would like to carry the Best and by far the brightest LED bulb available please give us a call or send an email
Just ordered 4 h4. I'll let you know if they fit into speed triple housings!
From what I have been told they do and work very well.
please let us know what you think.
Can you think of anyway to make these work on a Super Tenere other than omitting the back covers?
If the S10 has the same mounts as my FJR, they are an easy fit - you just need to trim the boot.
Not even remotely close...
The FJR uses H4 hi/lo beam dual element bulbs in a rather traditional and conventional reflector housing.
The Super Tenere uses H7 single element bulbs in a shuttered, solenoid controlled projector housing.
As for using the Cyclops H7 bulbs in the Super Tenere, best I can figure is the center section of the round caps would have to be cut away to allow clearance for the fan unit.
Could I get the dimensions for the H7 unit?
I'd like to try them in my '14 Tuono but there's not a lot of extra room around or behind the housing cap.
Do you have a set and know the covers need to be removed?
WE have found they fit under the factory covers on most bikes. On others that they do not, like the high beam on the F800 the fan completely fills the hole and makes a very nice install.
We are waiting for the word from an S10 customer who should be installing any day.
I have been getting Pm's about this offer.
We are still offering the free LED Headlight bulb with the purchase of a set of long range extreme or Long Range optimus LED AUX lights
The code is
Not applicable with any other offers or discounts.
Come check us out at the Touratech Rally this week in Plain Wa
Clearwater will also be there, so you will have a chance to check out both companies products side by side.
Its hard to say yes or no from the photos.
here are the important dims of the bulb
from the back of the base plate to the outer edge of the shroud the dim is approx. 1 3/8 inches, the connector is on a lead so you do not need to add that in.
the diameter is 1 7/8"
Well, Im back from riding the Dacre with the Cylops H4 installed...sorry, no pics...I was concetrating on riding....but I will say this: AWESOME! I couldn't have asked for a better bulb replacement than this for the 990.
I felt super confident tearing down single track in the dark with the amount of light it put out. I did have a set of Aux lights as well, but the Cyclops H4 was doing most of the work.
Thanks again for developing this thing!