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Lights Buy/Sell/Trade / elektromens for sale
« on: March 18, 2013, 03:24:32 AM »
i have an elektrolumens SL90 (it might be ST) for sale.  i want $325. for it.  it is brand new.  it has a brushed aluminum finish and is a long throwing 2200 lumen light.    i will also trade it for a vector hid power on board light.

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Lights Buy/Sell/Trade / power on board
« on: March 18, 2013, 02:59:27 AM »
i am wanting to purchase either a vector power on board HID spotlight, and, or, one of those 20 million candlepower dual beam vector spotlights

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Haven't put this one up for sale (officially)... Been busy and Bob is busy too. I have my personal unit but really thinking about keeping this one and selling the other. I should be free to do more on these in time as I have 8 Blitz reflectors just sitting around and about 30 x 13.8 hr Lipo batteries taking up space... Have 3 step kids as of last year and man I had no idea how much parrents go through!

cheers guys

HOW MUCH!!   send price to my personal email:   pinebluffbill@yahoo.com

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Lights Buy/Sell/Trade / i want a deft FTP
« on: August 04, 2010, 04:28:45 PM »
i want one of those new "deft ftp" omg lumens flashlights.

i have emailed the omg lumens website, 5 times and i can't get through to them.  what do i do next?

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Lights Buy/Sell/Trade / OMG lumens deft
« on: July 21, 2010, 12:16:18 PM »
i have been looking for one of these OMG lumens "deft" flashlights.   i tried the OMG lumens website and they are temporarily down.  if anyone has one of these and want to sell it, contact me immediately with your best price.

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does anyone have one of those "mule" 35w/80w HID lights you would like to sell or trade?

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Lights Buy/Sell/Trade / vector power on board 35w HID light
« on: July 21, 2010, 08:28:08 AM »
does anyone out there want to trade me one of those OMG lumens "deft" flashlights for my like new vector power on board 35w HID lights?, or, what do you have?

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HID Lights / Re: The "MULE" 35 - 80 Watt Dual Power HID Searchlight
« on: July 21, 2010, 06:52:40 AM »
Gee.. I feel bad about you keep asking about the Mule when mine just sits there and does nothing.

If one never pans out I may entertain the idea of selling mine... but would rather not.....

You prob don't like the price but the L70 is a very nice light too... not quite as bright but awesome features and construction.

any mules yet?  i am still holding out hope for one.

I know its hard to wait but goodies come to those who wa

i would like to purchase that "blitz" hid light, but it is a bit too much for me right now.  if you were going to sell your "mule" HID light, what would you ask for it?



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BVH BLITZ (Latest Version)


44 watts on LOW and 84 Watts on HIGH  (+- 1 That's to the Bulb)
Blower Fan Cooled with Water Resistant Vents
12 amp hour LiPo battery (protected) with charging port (inexpensive charger) and water resistant plug.


Links to Beamshots and Info:

do you have anymore of these for sale?  if so, how much?   has anyone come out with a more powerful version yet?

HERE
HERE
HERE





More info later!






9 inch Reflector (These things are expensive now...)









Exit Air Vent for Fan Blower and Charging Port and Dual Stage Switch













Trigger sets On & Off with Rocker Switch setting output level










Notice the Vent Intakes!











Modified Dual Output Finned Ballast with 12 amp hour Lipo
( That Modified Ballast can put out 120 watts to the bulb  :violent5: Bye Bye Bulb! )










BVH does nice and clean work!
Single Throw - Double Pole Switch STDP for HIGH and LOW Output LEVELS, Charging Port on the side
(Cheap charger plugs in and does all the work, no setting anything)

Metal Reinforced Top LID, Blower Motor clears the air in the ballast/battery chamber














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HID Lights / Re: BVH Blitz 240 HID mod - New, FULL Pictoral
« on: June 06, 2010, 09:48:49 AM »
Jetskimark and LarryK did their Blitz mods before I did.  I just wanted to share my method of mounting the HID bulb into an unmodified body.  New stuff below






Purchased two hi-temp plastic bushings from McMasterCarr and had to grind down the outer diameter of the inner bushing by about .080"  Everything is a light press fit for Lip's 100 Watt bulb.  Just remove the metal flange.

The focusing system is simply screwing in or out the reflector ass'y on the threaded end of the light body.  There's a detent arm on the body that drops into many linear groves on the reflector housing base to maintain focus once set.  There's probably a good 5/8" of focus travel. available.  More than enough to cover any difference in new style bulb chamber (read filament) location.  In my system, the center of the HID bulb chamber ended up about 1/32" further out as compared to the Halogen bulb.  Just had to screw up the reflector by about 1/8 of a turn.

Now the battery & ballast box is another story.  Used a Radio Shake plastic project box.  Not too happy with it.  Needs some work.  It's heavy with the 100 Watt (83 to the bulb) ballast and the 6.4 AH Li-Poly battery.

Original on/off function is maintained.

OK, here's the full mod pictorial.

I wanted to not have to unscrew the box top every time the battery needed charging so I found a polarity keyed, two terminal quick connect/disconnect with locking nut to charge through.  These wires hook to the charging wires of the Li-Po pack - not the discharge wires.  I don't know for sure, but I am pretty sure I can't run the light with a power source using this same cord.  Not gonna try.

The finished light without charging cord weighs 5 lbs, 15.5 oz - under 6 lbs!


The components.  The wrench-looking thing is a strengthener for the thin, metal box top.  Too much flex without it.


The charging cords








The ballast and battery are held in with velcro so easily removable.  Thanks to LarryK for this idea








The rocker switch toggles between 35 Watt and 100 watt (input power)


I had to change out the high Voltage wire connectors from
typical Beldon spades to 30 Amp Anderson quick connect/
disconnects.  The Beldon connectors don't fit tight enough
together to prevent initial arcing and a no-start.






My Schulze charger and Mastec 30V-50Amp Power Supply at work!









Beamshots tonight if the weather holds.  I'll compare at 100 watts with my Barn Burner and with some 30/35 Watt lights on 35 watt setting.






how much for one of the blitz handhelds?

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Wow. Crazy small and crazy bright. How much does one of those run for?

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http://jpiche.com/

i want one, where can i find it.

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HID Lights / Re: Vector VEC192 Twin Beam Spotlight - Where can I find?
« on: April 21, 2010, 01:57:56 PM »
It appears this light is no longer made by Vector (Black & Decker). I am looking for a host to mod. I spent 2 hours on the Net looking one, inclunding Ebay & Craiglist. Anybody know where a guy can finda light?

i have one i will sell you for $200. plus $19.95 shipping.  it is like new (just let me blow the dust off).  it includes a wall charger.

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HID Lights / Re: The "MULE" 35 - 80 Watt Dual Power HID Searchlight
« on: April 21, 2010, 01:53:32 PM »
The SR 90 has a very faint spill.."very even".. likewise the center beam is very even and solid... almost like a very wide laser.

Its just a matter of what do you want to do with all your lumens?

A typical HID will give lots of spill, a notable corona "part around the hotspot" and a small hotspot.

The SR90 is different entirely.. has spill "soft" no corona at all, and a big solid

hotspot or rather beam... very efficient as a thrower.

The Mule and those like them will outperform the SR90 just by sheer lumens.. but the SR 90 does the best job for throw of any light I know of for throw "other than the DEFT".
But the DEFT has "No spill" to speak of making it almost useless as a real light because you have no perspective to find things without a spill of some sort to see by.

There is still nothing like a powerful HID if you want to turn night into day.

i am retired, but used to make some heavy biker jewelry out of sterling silver.  if anyone wants to look at my designs, let me know.  i will trade my wholesale for a "blitz l

just checking again about 2 weeks later to see if there are any mules on the scene

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HID Lights / Re: The "MULE" 35 - 80 Watt Dual Power HID Searchlight
« on: April 09, 2010, 06:52:04 PM »
The SR 90 has a very faint spill.."very even".. likewise the center beam is very even and solid... almost like a very wide laser.

Its just a matter of what do you want to do with all your lumens?

A typical HID will give lots of spill, a notable corona "part around the hotspot" and a small hotspot.

The SR90 is different entirely.. has spill "soft" no corona at all, and a big solid hotspot or rather beam... very efficient as a thrower.

The Mule and those like them will outperform the SR90 just by sheer lumens.. but the SR 90 does the best job for throw of any light I know of for throw "other than the DEFT".
But the DEFT has "No spill" to speak of making it almost useless as a real light because you have no perspective to find things without a spill of some sort to see by.

There is still nothing like a powerful HID if you want to turn night into day.

i am retired, but used to make some heavy biker jewelry out of sterling silver.  if anyone wants to look at my designs, let me know.  i will trade my wholesale for a "blitz light"

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HID Lights / Re: The "MULE" 35 - 80 Watt Dual Power HID Searchlight
« on: April 08, 2010, 05:53:46 AM »
Gee.. I feel bad about you keep asking about the Mule when mine just sits there and does nothing.

If one never pans out I may entertain the idea of selling mine... but would rather not.....

You prob don't like the price but the L70 is a very nice light too... not quite as bright but awesome features and construction.

I know its hard to wait but goodies come to those who wa

i would like to purchase that "blitz" hid light, but it is a bit too much for me right now.  if you were going to sell your "mule" HID light, what would you ask for it?


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