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    Would like to see systems you guys are making for other people.

    I'm new, as of about 30 minutes ago, to the light forum. I would like too see some light systems that you guys are making for other people. I really like the small, powerful lights that I am seeing here. I would eventually like to buy one, but I know nothing about them or anything electrical. Also, I just had the idea of integrating a stem top cap with a small light mount, I think it would be a cool place to mount a light. Does anyone do that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
    I'm new, as of about 30 minutes ago, to the light forum. I would like too see some light systems that you guys are making for other people. I really like the small, powerful lights that I am seeing here. I would eventually like to buy one. Also, I just had the idea of integrating a stem top cap with a small light mount, I think it would be a cool place to mount a light. Does anyone do that?


    Hi (waves ) Shawn

    The list is long of folks who sell either complete lights or self build kits a few on this thread


    and every thing that is for sale will have a thread buried in the forum just needs a little time to Fish about and find the light for you .
    there is something to suit every budget and lumen needs .


    the top cap idea can and has been done but the bolt is only really for preloading the head set bearings so to stop it moving needs too much pressure and may result in headset bearing premature failure. or pulling the star nut out

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    Thanks!!

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    Stem Cap light Mount

    Re the stem cap mount

    Yep, PAUL Components make one see http://www.paulcomp.com/stemlightmount.html

    I have a couple here that i might take a look at for a project

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by kadikater
    Wow, that's pretty fantastic looking. Too bad I can't read it The lenses look trippy on the close up pics. Seems like that light would overheat with the small lamp head and have a meltdown.
    "It looks flexy"

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    Hi guys,

    the light build is mine. Karsten did the electronics for me.
    it is a complete set with battery and charger.

    it has thermal protection, so there is no danger of overheating.


    http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.ph...64851#poststop

    Cheers,
    Robert
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    Roberts light is the best I own. Incredible measured 2400lm. This light on the bar and a small like the DX on the helmet you´re ready for the worst and fastest trails.

    Sorry, at the moment I have no beamshots. Here is much snow and on the snow the light is too bright

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