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Old 02-13-2014, 11:13 AM   #796
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All back orders from the tube mounts will be going out today.
I apologize for the delay, looks like the storms on the east coast slowed the delivery of the mounts.
Thanks folks!!!!
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Old 02-13-2014, 07:16 PM   #797
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There is no DOT approved LED Aux light. That being said the NXG LED with the clipped optics should would work well for a low beam. Optics are clipped.
Ill try to get a photo asap.
Understood, I am trying to gauge if the beam pattern is good enough, I would consider making a different unit for myself, and not for distribution. I want the beast looking beam. If yours is better than the other option on the table, I would like to make yours work for me....
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Old 02-14-2014, 08:15 AM   #798
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Understood, I am trying to gauge if the beam pattern is good enough, I would consider making a different unit for myself, and not for distribution. I want the beast looking beam. If yours is better than the other option on the table, I would like to make yours work for me....
Thanks Erling!!
Ill get you some photos asap.
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Old 02-15-2014, 06:09 PM   #799
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Wow! You shipped it from Washington on the 13th, and it arrived here in upstate NY today the 15th!
Now that is service!
Now only two more months until I can install them and ride again

Many thanks!
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Old 02-17-2014, 10:20 AM   #800
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Wow! You shipped it from Washington on the 13th, and it arrived here in upstate NY today the 15th!
Now that is service!
Now only two more months until I can install them and ride again

Many thanks!
Thanks but We cant take credit for that, Its amazing how much better the USPS ship time is from coast to coast than the week plus from UPS.
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Old 02-18-2014, 04:07 PM   #801
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Something new on the horizon. The most powerful lights to ever be on two wheels.
40 watt single emitter 7 inch cans with over 3000 ft of quality lighting..
Certainly not for everyone, But If your a Baja racer or just want the farthest distance you can have, these will be the ticket

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Old 02-18-2014, 09:16 PM   #802
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Something new on the horizon. The most powerful lights to ever be on two wheels.
40 watt single emitter 7 inch cans with over 3000 ft of quality lighting..
Certainly not for everyone, But If your a Baja racer or just want the farthest distance you can have, these will be the ticket

you're going to be selling a lot more of these mounts than you realized.

a buddy here made one similar ... it's verrrrry popular.

congrats on the coming orders! :
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Old 02-19-2014, 01:57 PM   #803
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you're going to be selling a lot more of these mounts than you realized.

a buddy here made one similar ... it's verrrrry popular.

congrats on the coming orders! :

Thanks, This is for my personal 990 ADV or soon to be Super Adventure.

Getting the weight of race lights off the forks is a huge bonus. HID is now everything but history with the new LED technology.
I cant wait to post some photos of this thing in action.
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Old 02-19-2014, 05:12 PM   #804
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Ive been hesitant with offering these, Mostly due to the fact we are all about performance lights. but thought I should ask.
Any interest in a clipped beam fog style light?
Not near as powerful as the Long Range but certainly good with the new U2 emitter.
Same Lifetime warranty and quality in a very familiar case. Again like all Cyclops products, nothing made in china or India


I am looking for some lights like these to replace my PIAA 959's which a deer took out a couple of months ago. I would prefer them in amber. I ran the PIAA's all the time for conspicuity. Clipped beams would be perfect.
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Old 02-19-2014, 07:34 PM   #805
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Thanks, This is for my personal 990 ADV or soon to be Super Adventure.

Getting the weight of race lights off the forks is a huge bonus. HID is now everything but history with the new LED technology.
I cant wait to post some photos of this thing in action.
...and here I thought I had the hottest setup around! Always someone bigger, faster, stronger.

That should be saweeeet! Can't wait to see your build. Can't wait to get these 25watt-ers mounted up & tested. I'll post my findings once I get this stupid cast off my wrist.
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Old 02-19-2014, 09:48 PM   #806
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I am looking for some lights like these to replace my PIAA 959's which a deer took out a couple of months ago. I would prefer them in amber. I ran the PIAA's all the time for conspicuity. Clipped beams would be perfect.
The only true amber LEDs we have available are 3 watt versions, great for being seen, junk for actually riding at night.
The Amber filters work very good on high powered lights, but in my experience on a smaller reflected 10 watt light you lose to much forward lighting reach.
As soon as it stops raining here in Wa, Ill get a photo of this light beam.
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Old 02-19-2014, 09:53 PM   #807
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...and here I thought I had the hottest setup around! Always someone bigger, faster, stronger.

That should be saweeeet! Can't wait to see your build. Can't wait to get these 25watt-ers mounted up & tested. I'll post my findings once I get this stupid cast off my wrist.

I cant wait to get em on.. The Extreme Race light will work great and fit nicely on your SE, These things are a bit over the top.
Looking forward to hearing what you think.
Heal up quickly, looking at a bike isn't any fun.
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Old 02-20-2014, 11:09 AM   #808
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I am looking for some lights like these to replace my PIAA 959's which a deer took out a couple of months ago. I would prefer them in amber. I ran the PIAA's all the time for conspicuity. Clipped beams would be perfect.
Also interested in a wide flood.
Narrow roads and bad lighting on the roads here would make these very useful. With the clipped light, may not need to dim for oncoming cars??
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Old 02-20-2014, 02:07 PM   #809
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Hi Darryl,

my pair of 'Seahawks' arrived today, all the way to the Low Countries. Yeah!

They really look and feel nice, solid build and top notch finish.

Over the next two weeks I must try and find some time to mount them (should not be that hard) and figure out the best way to operate them through the KTM Euro light switch (will take some figuring out to how and where that switch routes 12V and ground).
I intend to set it up to switch the leds off/dimmed/100% and integrate them as much as possible with the existing wiring. So instead of just cutting off the connector, try and use the 'outputs' where the KTM accessory leds are supposed to connect and sse if I can find a connector to hook up the Skene at that position.

Will post my results for those interested!
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Old 02-23-2014, 07:39 PM   #810
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Took me forever to get around to it, but finally got it done.







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