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Old 11-08-2012, 06:05 AM   #376
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Thanks for the update, my order is in.
Thanks. You will get an email once its shipped.


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Old 11-08-2012, 06:12 AM   #377
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I was wondering if anyone could "shed some light" on a question I have about wiring the MM10 lights. I want to ditch the harnes if I don't need it. I already have an Eastern Beaver 3 circuit set up on my bike. Can I wire the lights straight into the EB set up and use just the on/ off switch or do I need the relay and the whole harness? Thanks
If I am reading the question right, you will need the relay/harness if you are going to use the switch that comes with the light kit. If you have your own switch (toggle or any SPST) then no, you do not need the harness.

Hope that answers the question

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Old 11-08-2012, 06:54 AM   #378
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Thanks for the response. The Eastern Beaver fuse kit has a relay that is tied into an ignition controlled circuit. My goal is to elimanate a bunch of wiring, my bike is startingto look like the inside of a computer I will probably reusue the switch included in the light kit........Thanks
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:25 PM   #379
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Question Inmate discount?

Is there a discount code for inmates for the MM10 kits?



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Greetings once again fellow ADV'rs

......... we have decided to begin taking backorders on the MM10 Bullet light kits (lights too).
You can place an order for the light kits (and lights) on our website.

Bullet Light Kits

We expect to resume shipping about this time next week.

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Old 11-09-2012, 05:54 AM   #380
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Is there a discount code for inmates for the MM10 kits?
Since going "live" to the general public (slight price increase) on Nov 6, the ADV5 discount code will work for the Bullet lights/light kits.


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Old 11-09-2012, 06:46 AM   #381
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MM Bullets on DRZ

FInally got a chance to check out my theory that the Bullet LEDS would bolt right up to the DRZ's reflector bracket. They do indeed bolt right up. In the pics they appear to be touching the fender, however there is about 3/8" clearance and they fit into the contours of the fender really well. They also clear the tank at full lock.




Drawing at most only 20 watts per pair they should work out very well for providing much needed extra lighting on the DRZ.

The bracket is fairly rigid steel and provide a good base for the MM10's (no detectable vibration)

Night shots coming VERY soon.

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Old 11-10-2012, 07:09 PM   #382
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After many months...of looking for LED lights I finally pulled the trigger on the minnie Bullet LEDS (m10)'s from MondoMotos.

Why? Real people with real products based on the Vender thread on Advrider.

Thanks in advance to Brian and everyone that has contributed.
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Old 11-12-2012, 06:04 AM   #383
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After many months...of looking for LED lights I finally pulled the trigger on the minnie Bullet LEDS (m10)'s from MondoMotos.

Why? Real people with real products based on the Vender thread on Advrider.

Thanks in advance to Brian and everyone that has contributed.
KJ
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Thanks for your order. We appreciate your business and your order will be on the way very soon.

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Old 11-13-2012, 04:47 PM   #384
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MM10's on a Scrambler

I got these MM10's installed just before a long trip last weekend, and there was a bit of unexpected night riding. These lights were a huge help!
Lousy pic, but it's the only one I had of the front end (they are right below the headlight- great fit).

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Old 11-14-2012, 07:40 AM   #385
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I got these MM10's installed just before a long trip last weekend, and there was a bit of unexpected night riding. These lights were a huge help!
Lousy pic, but it's the only one I had of the front end (they are right below the headlight- great fit).

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Glad they are working out for you and thanks for posting up the pic

(I think I NEED a Scrambler )
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Old 11-15-2012, 08:41 AM   #386
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Bullet Light Show

We got some night shot pics taken and without further ado below are a couple of examples of the MondoMotos Bullet (MM10) in action

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The lights are mounted about 36" from the ground and pointed straight ahead and the tree line is 100 feet (approx 30 meters) away


Stock Headlight and Stock Headlight w/Bullets

Or if you prefer the side by side



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Old 11-17-2012, 09:05 PM   #387
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MIne arrived today.Can't wait to install them!
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:10 AM   #388
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Just got mine too. Bullets look great. Wirering harness top notch and instructions I can actually understand! Wiring diagram would be good though.

I do have a question.

What is best... mount the lights to turn with the bike (forks) or straight ahead (fairing)?

KTM 990 Adv, ride 50/50 dirt/street.
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Old 11-20-2012, 06:07 AM   #389
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MIne arrived today.Can't wait to install them!
Like to see some pics once you get them installed.

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Old 11-20-2012, 06:21 AM   #390
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Just got mine too. Bullets look great. Wirering harness top notch and instructions I can actually understand! Wiring diagram would be good though.

I do have a question.

What is best... mount the lights to turn with the bike (forks) or straight ahead (fairing)?

KTM 990 Adv, ride 50/50 dirt/street.
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there is a wiring diagram on our website HERE

What is best... mount the lights to turn with the bike (forks) or straight ahead (fairing)?

I havent found a distinct advantage to either, it is really a matter of personal choice. Be sure that if you do mount them to the forks (or anything that moves) to leave enough slack to allow for the wires. Good idea to check for full motion side to side before tying all the wires down.

If you have crash bars mounting to the front side has been a popular option on the 990.

Post up some pics once you get them installed.

Send me a PM or email or give us a call if you have any questions

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