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    Looking for a Magicshine 1400 stem or bar adaptor?

    I'm looking for a Magicshine 1400 stem or bar adaptor so I can center the light on my bike.

    FSA makes this one but one of the reviewers complained it flexed too much. I don't want the light bouncing around.

    Some kind of stem mount would be a good alternative.


    Thanks!

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    We've just developed this new mount for Magicshine lights:
    http://www.magiclight.co.za/news/mag...untingbrackets

    It won't centre your light over the stem, but it will allow you to adjust the light 15 degrees from side to side. If your concern is having the light focussed where you want it then this may be the solution for you.
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    Just buy a old nightrider halogen light off ebay usually less than $20 and use its mounting bracket and base works great centers the light and solves any slipping problems



    Then use the MS base on the nightrider head, get a lith battery pack and overvolt it,
    Then it makes a good helmet light that way for $20 and another battery and cord you have a new base for your MS and a helmet light
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    I built my triple P7 with a Marwi offset mount.
    The mount is quite beefy. There is hardly any flex at all.
    I cut off the top risers and made a flat mounting area for the triple P7

    I found another small stash of these offset mounts recently and will probably be adding them back to my catalog page. I removed them from my catalog a while back after I sold them all.

    These two pages have larger pics and more info
    http://www.el34world.com/Misc/bike/BikesLights49.htm

    http://www.el34world.com/Misc/bike/BikesLights7.htm

    Here's a couple small pics of the triple on the offset mount




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