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    Hello friends...why does Regina have legs?

    When installing the Regina's in my double barrel...the legs held the flipping 'flectors up quite high and made them sit all wobbley. Compared to my single XP-G torch...they were approx. 2.5mm too high off the emitter. (exactly the height of the legs)

    I lopped off the legs and sat the reflectors right down on the emitters.


    Am I wrong? Should they sit up "silly high"?

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    I read that they are "positioning legs". Should I have drilled a couple of holes in my MCPCB?

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    Yes they are positioning legs and are designed to go on the 10mm round MCPCB that has holes already drilled into it.(cutter sell them)

    Don't worry though removing the legs and putting the reflector flush on the MCPCB is fine as long as you have the LED centered and no solder in the way.

    I managed to get mine to fit the 10mm square MCPCB in my long way round light and I can tell you that you will love the twin Regina as it's a great helmet light.

    P.S I thought the same and made my housing 2.5mm to deep as I thought the legs were for the reflectors to "stand on".
    Last edited by yetibetty; 06-21-2010 at 08:16 PM.

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    So what was your solution to the 2.5mm too deep?

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    I took 2.5mm of the front

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    They dont fit on the 10 mm round boards I have lying around.

    I do believe Cutters will have a driver on board single XPG sorted for the regina some time soon with matching holes for the legs ( or I hope they will )

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