Running ADVMonster.com Model 60 led light.
Posted by fluffdad on 23rd Apr 2016
having 1 is great 2 is awesome!
you will not be sorry.
Posted by WilliamPa on 22nd Apr 2016
Want to make daylight? These are the lights you need. Coupled with the wireless dimmer these are a great value.
Posted by OliverH on 2nd Mar 2016
Tremedous light output in a compact package.
Posted by Ojai Roy on 14th Oct 2015
The 60 is used on my Honda ST1100 as driving lights along with the high beams. They would be too bright to use as running lights unless you get the optional dimmer. They were simple to install, are of very good quality and reasonably priced at $160/pair. I ordered them on Tuesday night and through the tracker I saw them being shipped out promptly the next morning, on a jet the next day and delivered to my house the following afternoon (Friday)- very fast delivery from the east coast to the west!!!
I also bought the F11s 2 months before for $110/pair as driving lights. Their lights are much more reasonably priced than those lights that are named after girls and start at $600/pair.
Thank you ADV Monster.
Posted by Rick Douthit on 7th Aug 2015
What a quality product!
Even though the M60 is listed as a flood (and flood it does) there is still an amazing amount of throw to the front of the bike.
I have my dimmer set to the lowest setting for use with my low beams. Co-witnessed the units with the center of my headlight vertical spread and I have yet to have someone give me an oncoming high beam salute. the units make my bike much more visible during the day. Through the high beam switch and lights just reach out forward right and left. You, literally, paint the road, berms and the area to the sides of the road with light. Beautiful spill with no holes in the pattern.
Very easy mounting and wiring.
Awesome product at a very reasonable price.
Posted by Johnny on 27th May 2015
Wonderful light. Has a good balance between distance and width. Plenty of both with a tremendous amount of light.
Posted by MCrider on 15th May 2015
Best bang for the buck in lighting today. This light delivers with distance and width, turning night into day!
Posted by Unknown on 12th Nov 2014
I like the iight a lot.; it's very inexpensive for what it is, and is BRIGHT!
The e-mail response to a couple questions was fast, and I appreciate that with helping to make a decision.
I ended buying a Trail-tech handlebar switch (similar to an OEM handlebar switch) to control the model 60 light.
I wired it to my high beam, usiing a relay, but also turn it off independantly.
I'd buy one again...
Posted by Alex on 10th Sep 2014
Using this light as the high beam in my ADVmonster Dual Sport Fairing along with the Rotary Dimmer and a Model 40 for my low beam, and wow is it bright! not gotten to use it on the road yet but will like night and day in comparison to my old stock headlight on my 2012 KLR650.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Sep 2014
Bought two of these for my 2013 Moto Guzzi Stelvio to replace the dim Hella driving lights that came stock on the bike. Mounting was easy as the LEDs went right on the same mounts as the Hellas on the engine bars and I just soldered connections into the existing wiring, which is switched at the handlebars from the factory.
I did have to buy a couple of stainless screws, washers and nylock nuts as the holes in the mounting brackets for the LED lights was smaller than the stock ones - about $2.50 at the local Ace Hardware.
I bought these because my commute to and from work takes me thru deer infested areas and in a month or less I'll be after dark getting home.
I pointed the LED lights as far downward as they would go in the mounts so they're shining almost at the front wheel, and they still overpower my headlights. When riding at night it's hard to tell when I switch the headlight from low to high beam! But, I can see everything in front of me and more to the sides than ever before.
Looks like I may need to get a dimmer for these as I"m having drivers flash their high-beams at me now a good half-hour before the sun sets!
Lights perform as described on the website. I would recommend to a friend.