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Old 04-21-2014, 02:07 PM   #166
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Just ordered a set of LR4's with dimmer for my 950SE, can't wait to get and mount them!
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Old 04-21-2014, 08:40 PM   #167
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Just ordered a set of LR4's with dimmer for my 950SE, can't wait to get and mount them!
Yours shipped out today, "par avion"
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Old 04-22-2014, 03:14 PM   #168
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From a happy customer

"I have to say... I LOVE these lights.... these photos were taken during the day- with dimmers about 30% and the camera adjusted the F settings enough that the background the time of day looks to be getting dark, not 4 in the afternoon!"





That's a set of LR4's and a set of minis. Sadly, there's still drivers out there that "just won't see him"
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Old 04-22-2014, 04:07 PM   #169
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What is the wiring like in the LR4s? One pos and one neg? I am thinking of just running the wiring through a handlebar switch and then to my fuse block to 12v switched. Seems simple. Am I missing anything?
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Old 04-22-2014, 05:12 PM   #170
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What is the wiring like in the LR4s? One pos and one neg? I am thinking of just running the wiring through a handlebar switch and then to my fuse block to 12v switched. Seems simple. Am I missing anything?
Yeah, just a positive and negative wire. You could just run it through a switch with the proper amp rating (10 amp or more would be more than enough). But, the "right" way is to use a relay to power the lights, with a switch to activate the relay. Or, you can switch the relay using the stock highbeam wire so they come on with your highbeams. Or, you can use one of our dimmers, and run the lights dimmed with the lowbeam, and tap into the highbeam to trigger full power. Lots of options :)

Here's some wiring examples for our dimmer: http://ledrider.com/dimmer-wiring/

The second diagram is the standard way most people wire them. Example, on my bikes I tap into a circuit that comes on after ignition to activate the relay. And I use our dimmer to run the lights at 10-20% with the low beam, and when I switch on the highs, the lights go to full power. Feel free to shoot me a message here or via email to justin AT ledrider DOT com if you have more in depth questions. Happy to help.
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Old 04-22-2014, 07:26 PM   #171
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One word...Canbus. I'm looking for a easy Canbus bypass. I'll shoot you an email. Thanks!
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Old 04-22-2014, 07:37 PM   #172
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One word...Canbus. I'm looking for a easy Canbus bypass. I'll shoot you an email. Thanks!
Let's keep the solutions in the thread, vise email, so that we can all learn!
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Old 04-22-2014, 09:56 PM   #173
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Let's keep the solutions in the thread, vise email, so that we can all learn!
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One word...Canbus. I'm looking for a easy Canbus bypass. I'll shoot you an email. Thanks!
If you use a relay to power the aux lights rights off the battery and tap into the headlight (or other circuit) to trigger the relay it should not effect your Canbus system. The canbus will only throw errors when it senses an unusual draw on a circuit. The draw from the coil side of a relay is extremely minimal, and will not cause it to throw an error. Same with the full power bypass trigger on our dimmer. The image below shows a good wiring diagram for adding aux lights.

http://ledrider.com/wp-content/uploa...ingDiagram.jpg

Or, you can omit the dimmer and just attach the positive on the lights to pin 87 on the relay, and tap into your highbeam wire to power pin 86, so the lights come on with highbeams. Pin 30 goes to battery, pin 85 and the negative from the lights would go to ground.

The dimmer is nice as it allows you to run the lights with your lowbeams at a dimmed setting for visibility and some extra light, then jump to full power with the high beams.
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Old 04-25-2014, 02:59 PM   #174
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FYI - LR61 clearance set sold. Still a few items left.

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Hey Folks - we have a few clearance items, and wanted to give the ADV community first dibs.

*SOLD* 1 set (2 lights) of the LR61, $55, shipped anywhere in the US - http://ledrider.com/shop/?model_number=LR61 *SOLD*

1 LR62 light, $45, shipped anywhere in the US - http://ledrider.com/shop/?model_number=LR62

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Another clearance item:

2 sets of the LR62r, $120 per set, shipped anywhere in the US: http://ledrider.com/shop/?model_number=LR62r

These lights throw FAR, but a bit on the bulky side.
Send a message if interested in the lights above.
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Old 04-28-2014, 07:25 PM   #175
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FYI Folks - We're releasing our new Modular light series in the next week or two. These lights will join our monster LR5 series lights in the Pro series line up. Like the LR5, they are built to take a beating and stand up to whatever you can throw at them. The completely modular design allows you to connect multiple lights to meet your needs (spot/flood) and tailer the fit for your vehicle. For example, a common approach is a 4 or 5 light bar, with spots in the middle and floods at the end. Of course, they also make great lights without being coupled together as well.

Quick Feature List:

- Completely modular design. Connect multiple lights together as a light bar, square etc, or use alone.
- 10 Watt Cree XM-L U2 chips
- High quality computer modeled optics, available in 10 degree spot (smooth reflector) or 30 degree flood (patterned reflector)
- Durable UV resistant finish
- IP68 dust/waterproof with sealed Deutsch connectors
- Protected against EMC/RFI interference
- Available plug and play relay harness or 1 meter leads with Deutsch connectors. 1 Foot leads with Deutsch connectors standard.
- 2.5 inch Length/Width, 2.64 Inch Depth,
- 2 Year Warranty

Pricing is going to be $60 per unit (about $50 with ADV15 discount :)). We'll also be doing packages for those that want to order multiple units (more than 2) to build light bars or other systems. P.S. - if there is interest in a pre-order special, let us know. You know I love specials :)

We've had a chance to do some comparative testing, and I'm super happy with the performance. The 10 degree light throws amazingly far for a 2.5 inch light with a single 10 watt chip, and also has a nice secondary flood pattern. The 30 degree flood puts out a wide area of light and pairs nicely with the 10 degree for a combo setup.

Enough talk, here's some pictures.

Sot on left, Flood right:





Next to a standard pen to see size:
https://scontent-b-sea.xx.fbcdn.net/...64853163_o.jpg

Rear:
https://scontent-a-sea.xx.fbcdn.net/...18956756_o.jpg

Closer:
https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.n...61989861_o.jpg

Some of our marketing images:


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Old 04-28-2014, 10:29 PM   #176
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Do you guys happen to have slip over light covers for the LR4? I've been very happy with mine and just installed a dimmer with them. I would love to have a nice amber glow for other motorists, I find them just a little too white for driving at night with them all the way dim in traffic.
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Old 04-29-2014, 03:48 PM   #177
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Do you guys happen to have slip over light covers for the LR4? I've been very happy with mine and just installed a dimmer with them. I would love to have a nice amber glow for other motorists, I find them just a little too white for driving at night with them all the way dim in traffic.
We don't, and most likely won't have them for that series of lights. Currently the only light we carry with available covers is the 25 watt extreme light. And pretty soon they will be available for the optimus lights as well.
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Old 05-12-2014, 03:38 PM   #178
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Love these lights

I have a set of the new LR5's and I could not express enough how much I love these flame throwers.

I estimate that I am able to get about 1000 feet of usable light from these lights. With the performance of these lights, I will never look at HID's again.

Hell, Justin even walked me through step by step to help me wire these buggers up.




https://scontent-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/...82259571_n.jpg
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Old 05-13-2014, 06:48 PM   #179
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I have a set of the new LR5's and I could not express enough how much I love these flame throwers.

I estimate that I am able to get about 1000 feet of usable light from these lights. With the performance of these lights, I will never look at HID's again.

Hell, Justin even walked me through step by step to help me wire these buggers up.

https://scontent-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/...70528412_n.jpg

https://scontent-a-ord.xx.fbcdn.net/...82259571_n.jpg


Glad you're happy with the lights. And "flamethrowers" is a good way to describe the LR5 lights :).
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Old 05-13-2014, 08:20 PM   #180
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FYI Folks - We're releasing our new Modular light series in the next week or two. These lights will join our monster LR5 series lights in the Pro series line up. Like the LR5, they are built to take a beating and stand up to whatever you can throw at them. The completely modular design allows you to connect multiple lights to meet your needs (spot/flood) and tailer the fit for your vehicle. For example, a common approach is a 4 or 5 light bar, with spots in the middle and floods at the end. Of course, they also make great lights without being coupled together as well.

Quick Feature List:

- Completely modular design. Connect multiple lights together as a light bar, square etc, or use alone.
- 10 Watt Cree XM-L U2 chips
- High quality computer modeled optics, available in 10 degree spot (smooth reflector) or 30 degree flood (patterned reflector)
- Durable UV resistant finish
- IP68 dust/waterproof with sealed Deutsch connectors
- Protected against EMC/RFI interference
- Available plug and play relay harness or 1 meter leads with Deutsch connectors. 1 Foot leads with Deutsch connectors standard.
- 2.5 inch Length/Width, 2.64 Inch Depth,
- 2 Year Warranty

Pricing is going to be $60 per unit (about $50 with ADV15 discount :)). We'll also be doing packages for those that want to order multiple units (more than 2) to build light bars or other systems. P.S. - if there is interest in a pre-order special, let us know. You know I love specials :)

We've had a chance to do some comparative testing, and I'm super happy with the performance. The 10 degree light throws amazingly far for a 2.5 inch light with a single 10 watt chip, and also has a nice secondary flood pattern. The 30 degree flood puts out a wide area of light and pairs nicely with the 10 degree for a combo setup.

Enough talk, here's some pictures.

Sot on left, Flood right:





Next to a standard pen to see size:
https://scontent-b-sea.xx.fbcdn.net/...64853163_o.jpg

Rear:
https://scontent-a-sea.xx.fbcdn.net/...18956756_o.jpg

Closer:
https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.n...61989861_o.jpg

Some of our marketing images:


I'm ready for a combo of these. I don't see it on your web store. Comming soon?
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