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Old 12-20-2013, 11:51 AM   #3781
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Aesthetics mainly. I haven't had a chance to try them out on the road after dark yet...if I wind up getting too much reflection I'll raise them to the upper bolts and see how they work.
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Old 12-20-2013, 12:00 PM   #3782
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Dimensions?

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We have discontinued the M64. Will soon be offering a replacement that puts out more light

F40

Is it too early to share dimensions and specs?
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Old 12-21-2013, 04:47 AM   #3783
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Is it too early to share dimensions and specs?
Not at all. If you have any questions, post em up.

This light has a low profile, which looks to be a good fit for under the front fairing for the Super Tenere'.



4 Cree XM-L U2 LEDs
Available in Spot (15 deg) or Flood (45 deg)
4000 lumens

aluminum housing
o-ring sealed housing
one meter wire lead
includes stainless steel mount and mounting hardware
PMMA shatter proof lens
water and dust proof, IP67 rated.
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Old 12-21-2013, 05:34 AM   #3784
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Not at all. If you have any questions, post em up.

This light has a low profile, which looks to be a good fit for under the front fairing for the Super Tenere'.



4 Cree XM-L U2 LEDs
Available in Spot (15 deg) or Flood (45 deg)
4000 lumens
aluminum housing
o-ring sealed housing
one meter wire lead
includes stainless steel mount and mounting hardware
PMMA shatter proof lens
water and dust proof, IP67 rated.
Definitely interested. I've got a KLR650 headlight mount handy, just compared measurements, and it looks like this would fit in between the headlight mount tabs quite nicely. Do you think it would function OK as a headlight assembly?
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Old 12-21-2013, 07:50 AM   #3785
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Definitely interested. I've got a KLR650 headlight mount handy, just compared measurements, and it looks like this would fit in between the headlight mount tabs quite nicely. Do you think it would function OK as a headlight assembly?
I think the Flood pattern with the clipped beam would be great. You would need to combine it with one of our LED controllers. The controller will give you an adjsutable low beam, full power high beam. We can make it plug n play to your stock headlight connector.
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Old 12-21-2013, 01:48 PM   #3786
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Not at all. If you have any questions, post em up.

This light has a low profile, which looks to be a good fit for under the front fairing for the Super Tenere'.



4 Cree XM-L U2 LEDs
Available in Spot (15 deg) or Flood (45 deg)
4000 lumens

aluminum housing
o-ring sealed housing
one meter wire lead
includes stainless steel mount and mounting hardware
PMMA shatter proof lens
water and dust proof, IP67 rated.
Hmmmm...interesting. I have been thinking of installing some narrow beam LEDs under the truck independently wired. We travel East 800+ miles every year after Xmas and have been caught in some white-outs. Headlights and factory driving lights just blind me. Install one of these real low so it just lights up the road with headlights off and parking lights on during white-out just might do the trick. Maybe put your wireless rheostat on the dash for on coming traffic
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Old 12-23-2013, 11:15 PM   #3787
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Anyone has installed F11 or M15 to the KTM 1190 Adventure?
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Old 12-24-2013, 03:33 PM   #3788
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Got pkg in the mail today!

My daughter bought me an M60 for Xmas, which arrived today. Thnx for the super quick shipping, and wishing you a Merry Xmas. Nice looking light!
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Old 12-26-2013, 06:05 AM   #3789
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My daughter bought me an M60 for Xmas, which arrived today. Thnx for the super quick shipping, and wishing you a Merry Xmas. Nice looking light!

Thanks!

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Old 12-29-2013, 09:25 PM   #3790
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That F40 is a good looking rig, why must you tempt me? any info on wattage yet? and I have been having battery issues since I installed the M60s and controller I got a couple months ago, Is there any amp draw from the controller when it's off? or is my battery on its way out? either way, I love these bright-ass LED man, good job!
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Old 12-30-2013, 10:17 AM   #3791
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That F40 is a good looking rig, why must you tempt me? any info on wattage yet? and I have been having battery issues since I installed the M60s and controller I got a couple months ago, Is there any amp draw from the controller when it's off? or is my battery on its way out? either way, I love these bright-ass LED man, good job!
The controllers do pull a small amount (20ma) of power even if off. We recommend using switched power (on/off with bike).

If you aren't using switched power you will need a trickle charger or just ride more
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Old 12-31-2013, 08:43 PM   #3792
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Where is it better to mount aux lights? Higher or lower?

I have an 08 KLR and I have choices of mounts to either go on the fairing (pointing where the headlight goes) or the forks slightly above the fenders (pointing where the wheel goes)

overall, I see pros & cons both ways. Up high, less likely to get smashed in a fall or hit by brush in the woods, but they arent "dynamic" and moving with the bike as I ride. I *feel* that the higher they are mounted, the better chance that ill be seen by oncoming cars and be able to throw the light further.

Down low, about the only pro I can see is the ability to move with the forks wherever im steering. I feel the throw could be slightly put at a disadvantage and at more risk for rock/brush damage.

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Old 12-31-2013, 09:54 PM   #3793
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personal opinion is to mount high.
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Old 01-01-2014, 02:25 PM   #3794
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The controllers do pull a small amount (20ma) of power even if off. We recommend using switched power (on/off with bike).
Does that include the Rotary LED Dimmer with High Beam Bypass? That may explain the degrade in battery performance after I installed the dimmer and the M30's on the GSA. Or the battery's just wearing out.
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Old 01-01-2014, 03:39 PM   #3795
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Where is it better to mount aux lights? Higher or lower?
Those pitch black dips in the road get shallower the higher up you mount the spots.

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