LED Auxiliary Lights

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  1. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Model 30 and 60 are 55mm diameter by 70mm long.

    Lights can be angled up, down, in and out. Relative to attachment orientation (side mount, mount up, mount down etc) you can rotate the light about the single mount bolt and a second axis designed in the bracket.

    Here's a RC51 owners solution to city traffic:eekers

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  2. lemosley01

    lemosley01 Been here awhile

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    Thanks - I'm more concerned about my morning trip through the countryside where Deer and other animals are a factor and it's quite dark, so I'd like more light both down the road and to the sides. The ZX-14 headlights are really good, especially on high, but have limited coverage to the side.

    That setup above looks like it might dazzle oncoming traffic, but they can't say they didn't see...something.
  3. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Will dazzle oncoming traffic during low ambient light conditions. Our F11 fog has an upper cutoff if you want to eliminate the dazzle or you can add a dimmer to give you an adjustable low beam with a full power high beam trigger by your oem hi/low switch.

    C14 w F11 lower, Model 60 upper
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  4. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Thanks for the awesome response! The Model 30 kit offers great bang for the buck.
  5. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Smokin weekend sale on one of our most popular light kits!

    Model 60 LED Light Kit

    Normally $160 now $120
    Includes everything you need to install lights
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  6. ronskibeat

    ronskibeat Adventurer

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    my ST1300 is set up like the Connie shown above. I LOVE these lights!!!
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    Looks like I have to correct myself. Picked up a 60 to replace a 40 that I thought went bad. Turns out even after checking all the wires, it was not until I removed all zip ties that I found a wear break right where the zip tie was. I can only assume it was due to the pulses of the flat twin over the thousands of miles wore thru the insulation. But good news, I still installed the 60 this past weekend and wow sooo much more light, Looks like I will have a spare LED now.
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  8. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Great feedback on our combo beam Model 55 led light kit.


    "Really nice lights at a very competetive price! [​IMG]


    Posted by DaveT on 14th Oct 2019
    Bought the M55 lights after checking them out on the ADVMonster site and reading some of the reviews. They are well constructed and not at all cheap looking or feeling. At half the price of the competition they are a bargain in my opinion.

    They include a very nice wiring harness that should fit most bike applications. I modified the wiring as I wanted a relay with power to the lights only when the bike is running but if you are reasonably skilled and a DIY guy it isn’t difficult.

    WARNING: These devils are bright! Mount them where LEOs will not want to pull you over to talk about blinding your fellow drivers!

    I don’t think any rider would regret buying these to increase their visibility and view down the road."

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    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Customer feedback on our Model 30 led light kit.

    Love at first light! Highly recommended. [​IMG]
    Posted by Ethan on 2nd Sep 2019
    Installed on the chin of my old rocket K1200RS. Combined these with a bluetooth dimmer set at 50% reduction on low beam, I think they make an excellent conspicuity light. On high beam / full power it reaches out very well. Nice focused beam with defined edge, then a soft spill to the side.KRS has a momentary/flash to pass switch and I love having the bright spots to grab the attention of drivers who I think may pull out in front of me. Seem to be very well made and sealed. Will see in the long term. Dimmer is clever and easy to use, though i wish it was put in a smaller enclosure. I had space under my seat but on smaller sport bikes, or ADV bike I'll probably use the smaller dial type dimmer. Over all these are a great set of lights. Far better quality and customer care than sketchy Amazon/Ebay vendors, and in my experience as good or better than the vastly overpriced / tragically underperforming lights I regret buying from Touratech & Twisted Throttle suppliers.
  11. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Model 60s
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    Buzztail Buzztopian OG Supporter

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    Just a bump for a quality ADV’r that’s always gone the extra mile to make sure you’re happy:nod
    Will post some pics once my new stuff gets here
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    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Thanks for the feedback!

    We aren't skeered to dig in to your custom lighting electrical needs either!
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    Buzztail Buzztopian OG Supporter

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    No worries. I’m sure I’ll be needing some more goodies shortly.
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    cmbthumper Been here awhile

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    I have your Model 19's and would like to mount them similar to this. Would you happen to me have closer up pics, did you have to change the mount and could you run the model 19's off a rechargeable battery behind the headlight mask? Appreciate any info
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    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    The mount is different on the Model 60 vs the Model 19.
    Close up
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    I don't think the Model 19 can be mounted like this as the mount doesn't have the ability to rotate enough. You could add a 90degree bracket and mount the lights off of that.

    Regarding the rechargable battery, yes, the lights will run off of that. Did you have a type of battery in mind? Li, Nicad, lead acid? A set of lights pulls 1.6amps so you will want to size your battery to get the run time you are expecting.
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    cmbthumper Been here awhile

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    Thanks for the picture and response. I'll take a look at it this weekend and see what I can come up with.

    Battery would be a lithium 3S 11v or 4S 14v depending on the voltage capability of the light which I'm researching to see what that is. Due to work / family schedule I only get to ride 2hrs for night trips once or twice a week so don't want to run a full harness if I don't have to.
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    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    4s would be preferred, 4kmah would give you a solid 2 hrs without over draining the battery. No need to use the high c pack as you won't have a high draw.
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    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Veterans - thank you for your service!

    If you happen to be in the market for lighting, contact us (advmonster@qualireg.com), we offer special deals for veterans year round.

    Semper Fi

    John Sanders
    USMC '79
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