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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by JustinP, Oct 13, 2013.

  1. JustinP

    JustinP Long timer

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    Some pictures of the LR40 in action. Both pictures taken with the same manual camera settings in the same location. Camera angle is a bit skewed as these were taken two nights apart and it had snowed. The markings in the parking lot will show the difference of angle. End of parking lot is ~450 feet. Rock structures in the distance start at about 900-1000 ft.

    Two Silverstar H4 highbeams from a Minivan (Yes, I have a minivan :lol3):
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    One LR40 Lamp:
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    Awesome range, and awesome color and definition!

    Our current LR5/LR40 deal is still on for a few more days. Get a dimmer for $10 more with a set of either! And yes, the standard ADV15 discount code still works with the special :clap.

    http://ledrider.com/shop/?model_number=LR3540WDP
  2. JustinP

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    Here's a picture of our awesome LD35 lamps in action. As above, these pictures are taken in the same location with the same manual camera settings. Camera angle is a bit skewed as these were taken different nights and I didn't quite get the positioning exact. The markings in the parking lot will show the difference of angle. End of parking lot is ~450 feet. Rock structures in the distance start at about 900-1000 feet

    Two Silverstar H4 highbeams from a Minivan (Yes, I have a minivan :lol3):
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    Two LD35 Lamps:
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    That's a mere 44 watts of LED lighting :deal. The tint of the 5000k MT-G2 is superb, with tons of definition, and no close in wash out. Not only do the LD35's provide incredible range, you also get great secondary flood as well. Note: The LD35 picture wound up being angled a bit more to the right.

    Current ADV Special on the LD35's:

    http://ledrider.com/shop/?model_number=LD35WDP

    $10 Dimmer with the purchase of a pair! With the ADV15 discount that's less than $180 for an amazing pair of lights, and a dimmer :clap.
  3. NSFW

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    dave great job personally thanking justin for supporting the noobs rally.

    even better, you bought a few more...:clap


    i myself has a pair of LR40. not mounted yet, but i tried them the other night...awesome lights!
  4. heirhead

    heirhead worlds worst mechanic

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    Hello,
    Received the 3 sets of lights. Let the night riding begin!!

    Thanks Justin,

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  5. JustinP

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    Cleaning off the shelves, and posting up some deals on test units and trade-ins.

    1st batch is gone.
  6. heirhead

    heirhead worlds worst mechanic

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    PM sent.

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  7. Alarm

    Alarm Been here awhile

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    Hello ! I would like to know if the LR5 could be considered as flood or spot lights. What is the angle degree of those AUX lights ? Could be that the LR40 are wider (meaning light, not dimension) than the LR5?

    Thank you
  8. JustinP

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    The LR5 would be more of a flood pattern light. It uses a hybrid reflector with a 15 degree center pattern, and wider secondary pattern. They pretty much light up everything :).

    The LR40 has a 10 degree center pattern so it's actually a tighter beam.

    Here's a few pictures showing the difference.

    First picture is two H4 silverstar highbeams:
    https://scontent-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net/h...8993_909537042423675_235313042284242625_o.jpg

    2nd picture is a single LR40:
    https://scontent-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net/h...345_909753145735398_1990523263428648318_o.jpg

    And here's a single LR5 (mounted a bit higher to avoid close in glare):
    https://scontent-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net/h...409_909898939054152_6980366797417842193_o.jpg

    All pictures taken in the same spot with the same camera settings. Pictures might not line up exactly as they are taken on different days, but should give a good idea. The LR40 is a 3 inch light and the LR5 is a 4.3 inch light.
  9. Alarm

    Alarm Been here awhile

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    That is really helpful.
    Thank you very much.

    PS. I hope you ship to Greece.
  10. JustinP

    JustinP Long timer

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    You're welcome. We do ship to Greece. Just send a message with what you'd like to order and we'll figure out the best shipping cost for you.
  11. K7TNT

    K7TNT Been here awhile

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    Any pictures of the Super-Mini with the Amber? :evil
  12. JustinP

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    I'm guessing you are referring to beam shots? I don't have any yet. Will try to get some soon, my usual photo spot is snowed in :lol3. I did test them out in the snow the other night, and they are great for precipitation. The amber color does not glare back at you off the snow or rain. But, compared to the other light shots previously posted, they will not come close in raw light output.
  13. K7TNT

    K7TNT Been here awhile

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    Sounds good, hope to see the Amber out put shots soon! :D
  14. Alarm

    Alarm Been here awhile

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    I would like to know please the differences on the options of the LR5 found on the online shop.

    -Harness
    -Deutsch connector
    -Multi-vehicle relay
  15. JustinP

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    You have two wiring options with the LR5. The first is 1 meter wire leads that plug into the Deutsch connectors on the light's wire leads. The second is a full size wire harness, like the one in the picture below.

    https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd...._=1430974811_8883a5d4c03ac4b8fe61af7cecdf40df
  16. 1stgenfarmboy

    1stgenfarmboy The Sherpa Man

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    sorry it has taken so long to get install pics, great lights Justin, my boy will be buying a set before long. :clap:clap


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  17. [ECHO]

    [ECHO] Been here awhile

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    JustinP - In the third picture for the LD35 (only one really from behind), it looks like there's two wires coming out. Are there two, and if so, what's the second one for? :dunno

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  18. JustinP

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    Just camera/lighting wonkiness. There's only one wire coming out.
  19. Alarm

    Alarm Been here awhile

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    Thank you again ! :)

    One more question please. Could i order also a dimmer for the LR5 or this is just an option for the LR4 ?
  20. JustinP

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    Yes, you can order a dimmer for the LR5's as well. If you do that, I suggest going with the standard wire leads (not the harness) and get the dimmer with the connector kit. Shoot us a message at sales <at> ledrider.com and we'll figure out shipping costs and get you taken care of.