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Old 07-26-2013, 11:06 PM   #676
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I am currently in Wyoming on my way down the Continental Divide but Kris is handling things until I return sometime in early August.

We are temporarily out of stock on the MM10 kits. But expect to start taking orders and shipping again on Aug 1.


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Old 07-27-2013, 05:34 PM   #677
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Flickering MM10, even with power OFF. Anybody have this issue? Installed with supplied wiring harness as well. Have 2 other sets on 2 other bikes, no issues so far

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Old 07-27-2013, 08:33 PM   #678
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MM10's on my Yamaha WR250R

Got this install finished today.

Installed Mondo Moto LED running lights for daytime visibility and nightime running.
Here they are installed ---------also while doing this I replaced my DRC LED turn signals with some Tucker Rocky ones
from Rocky Mountain ATV.
Yes my headlight has been cracked for 2 years-------souvenir of the Haul Road in Alaska---I'm keepin' it.




I made this aluminum bracket------I copied this from my buddy Bill Asher (Bash3r) who did a steller job installing these on his bike.




I wanted the switch super handy.
I have a seperate switch for my headlight also---and can run one---or both---or none at all.
I made that little bracket also.




Regular low beam and the LED's--------Awesome.
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Old 07-30-2013, 08:55 PM   #679
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Lookin Good!

Looks really good BigDog.. I think we are all ready for our big ride in just a few more weeks! Mondo Moto LEDs have been rockin strong on my WR.. very very good lights! Thx Mondo!

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Old 07-31-2013, 05:13 AM   #680
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Looks really good BigDog.. I think we are all ready for our big ride in just a few more weeks! Mondo Moto LEDs have been rockin strong on my WR.. very very good lights! Thx Mondo!

Yeh----like you said---we can ride all day and night---sleep when were dead

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Old 08-01-2013, 07:09 AM   #681
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I haven't really noticed lately, but one of mine (mounted on the fender mount bolts) used to flicker when I shut the bike off. Wired always on through a PDM60 power dist. panel. They work great otherwise so I never bothered with it.

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Flickering MM10, even with power OFF. Anybody have this issue? Installed with supplied wiring harness as well. Have 2 other sets on 2 other bikes, no issues so far

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Old 08-01-2013, 07:44 PM   #682
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Got this install finished today.

Installed Mondo Moto LED running lights for daytime visibility and nightime running.
Here they are installed ---------also while doing this I replaced my DRC LED turn signals with some Tucker Rocky ones
from Rocky Mountain ATV.
Yes my headlight has been cracked for 2 years-------souvenir of the Haul Road in Alaska---I'm keepin' it.




I made this aluminum bracket------I copied this from my buddy Bill Asher (Bash3r) who did a steller job installing these on his bike.




I wanted the switch super handy.
I have a seperate switch for my headlight also---and can run one---or both---or none at all.
I made that little bracket also.




Regular low beam and the LED's--------Awesome.
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Sorry for the sloooooooooooooooow reply. I am currently on the last leg (somewhere in New Mexico) of the CDR and dont always have internet access....

Thanks for the review and pics

Glad you are happy with the lights

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Old 08-02-2013, 02:51 PM   #683
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Old 08-03-2013, 08:03 PM   #684
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You ship to brasil ?? How much ?
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Old 08-03-2013, 10:10 PM   #685
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Greets. I know you're on the road, so no worry about a delay in responding via the thread; I'd inquired (I think maybe) a couple weeks ago via the "contact us" link on the website and hadn't heard back.

Can you clarify what switch is being or will be supplied? I've seen what looks like a rubber-capped toggle switch, and a two-hole mirror perch/master cylinder mount switch that looks like it is lighted (but I can't find that one again). I don't really have room for a switch like the Eastern Beaver one, even though that's what I'd like to use if I built a harness myself. The plan is to use a Skene controller to limit the low beam/daytime brightness, but I do want a switch with some sort of indication that the lights are on.

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Old 08-04-2013, 09:49 AM   #686
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Greets. I know you're on the road, so no worry about a delay in responding via the thread; I'd inquired (I think maybe) a couple weeks ago via the "contact us" link on the website and hadn't heard back.

Can you clarify what switch is being or will be supplied? I've seen what looks like a rubber-capped toggle switch, and a two-hole mirror perch/master cylinder mount switch that looks like it is lighted (but I can't find that one again. I don't really have room for a switch like the Eastern Beaver one, even though that's what I'd like to use if I built a harness myself. The plan is to use a Skene controller to limit the low beam/daytime brightness, but I do want a switch with some sort of indication that the lights are on.

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Switch was included in with my kit and the two kits my buddy's ordered.

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Old 08-04-2013, 09:58 AM   #687
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Switch was included in with my kit and the two kits my buddy's ordered.
Yeah, but what switch?
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Old 08-05-2013, 08:18 PM   #688
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Yeah, but what switch?
It's this one.



it's a self adhesive pushbutton, with green and red lights.

It's not my favourite, I'm going to upgrade to one of these:
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Old 08-07-2013, 10:56 AM   #689
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It's this one.



it's a self adhesive pushbutton, with green and red lights.

It's not my favourite, I'm going to upgrade to one of these:
Thanks to everyone who replied on the switch question.

Lighted switch is included with the kit. Similar to that seen in pic above.

Most people (myself included) are quite happy with this style switch. A few (about 10%) prefer a different type of switch. We will soon be adding the optional handlebar mount switch (second pic). Although not an upgrade it is an alternative and can be retrofit. It will be added to our site next week sometime and will be a $17 option.

On another note - I just finished up on the CDR and should be back home/shop soon. Sorry for any delays in replying to emails and or phone calls. Thanks for all for bearing with me over the past month (gotta ride )

For anyone interested in reading about the ride you can check it out over on RoadRUNNER's website

Continental Divide 2013

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Old 08-07-2013, 05:51 PM   #690
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I have the light kit , but not yet mounted . How much for the new switch by itself ,with shipping ?
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