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El Mamito USMC

Zorros Racing Team..
Staff member
Apr 11, 2012
#1
Ok guys finally I can start brining you these great prices on LED bars for our ATV's, Cars and trucks. I will also post later the Residential LED bulbs and a bad a$$ flashlight.

the payment method is via paypal for the clients and my safety... baja.leds@GMAIL.COM

and guys one thing that people need to realize, because the ligth migth looks the same as ebay or other stores I cant garanty that the out put and the interiors(which its what really matter) are the same.. I DO GARANTEE MINE.. since i always get them from the same supplier which is a LED specialist.. he lives by selling them... nothing more, nothing less..

and as all that have deal with me here , you guys know i wont screw my community.. i like my reputation and good name...


here is the box that its ussed to test the ligths before shipping them to ensure they are in working order..




heres the bulbs for cars. as you can see they are TOP of the line , not some crappy ones like the competition ..





7" LED "Stackable bars" @ $130 Shipped, $230 pair

Features & Benefits:

- Cree LED
- 3x10 watt
- Magnesium Alloy Casing
- Acrylic Glass Lens For Extreme Durability
- Deutsch DT 2 Pin Connector
- IP67 - Dust Proof & Water Hose Proof
- Easily Link & Stack To Desired Length & Height
- No Glue, Slot In Pieces For Easy Dismantling
- 1 Year Warranty

Specs:

- Input Voltage: 9-32V DC
- Lifetime Hours: 50,000
- Amp Draw: 2.5@12V, 1.17A@24V
- Beam Pattern: Flood / Combo
- Lifetime Hours: 50,000
- Color Temp: 6000k-6500k



COMBO


FLOOD






2 ligths paired..




the mounts


the conector with rubber seal to keep the dirt out.
 

El Mamito USMC

Zorros Racing Team..
Staff member
Apr 11, 2012
#2
the oem set up


the flood...


THE spot..


the pick up at the end is about 35mts..






Single Row LED Bars
10" $140
20" $200
30" $300
40" $400 Shipped


Features And Benefits:

- Cree LED
- Die-Cast Aluminum Casing
- Zinc Alloy Bracket (adjustable)
- Poly Carbonate Lens
- Deutsch DT 2 Pin Connector
- Relay and Mounting Hardware
- 3 Year Warranty

Specs:

- Input Voltage: 9-32V DC
- Color Temp: 6000k-6500k
- Lifetime Hours: 50,000
- Dimensions: length x 3" Tall x 3" Deep
- Beam: Spot or Flood
- Waterproof








"Dually" Double Row LED Bars
will have better photos once the bars arrive to my house


6" - $120
12"- $200
20" -$240
30" -$350
40" -$450
50"- $550


Features And Benefits:

- Cree LED
- Die-Cast Aluminum Casing
- Zinc Alloy Bracket (adjustable)
- Poly Carbonate Lens
- Deutsch DT 2 Pin Connector
- 3 Year Warranty

 

El Mamito USMC

Zorros Racing Team..
Staff member
Apr 11, 2012
#3
New SUPER REVERSE LIGTH BULBS 30 the set..
New ones are bottom and left..

Dual projectors ....
About 1mm longer
Thicker grooves for better cooling
New chipset ( bigger & more stable)
About 1mm bigger in diameter







OK guys I'm doing this review just in case any of you are desert/offroad racers(or any type of racing that requires to remove the ligths)

when you get the 7" stackable ligths heres how you make them detachable..

1-keep the this connector on the ligths DON'T use this one to attack and detach from the wiring..



2-get this type of connector from Napa or any store but its recommended that you use this type for the easy of it and the durability of it..


3-cut it in the middle of the wiring and connect the red to the red and white to the black on the power cables of the ligths. also recommended use some shrink cable to cover and protect the union of wires


4- get a nice conector from Napa and make sure it has the dust boot for it(sold separtely)..


5-once you set up the ligths and mount them, conect the cables this way..


6- and turn on the switch.. and let be ligth(FYI the battery used was dead)


 

El Mamito USMC

Zorros Racing Team..
Staff member
Apr 11, 2012
#4
ok guys heres the PRO line up...

NEW OPTICS CAME OUT, PICS ARE HERE...
the prices are:
10" SR -- $ 320
20" SR -- $ 530
30" SR -- $ 660
40" SR -- $ 800
50" SR -- $ 900


heres the pics of the single Row Bars..



and the spec..

Reflector patterns available
in spot,flood or combination
• Oslon LED chips
• 50,000+ hours average life
span
• 5 years of continuous use
• 94% optical reflector
efficiency
• 9-36 Volt DC Input
Instant on/off, no warm-up
• Operating Temp: -40 ~ + 145 deg.
• Dual-oversized heat sink
• Low power consumption
• IP68 Rating
• Military standard
•Unique Durable Mar/UV resistant painting technology
•Sealed waterproof connector
•Pass Chinese Military standard GJB 150 & US MIL810-STD,
High Temperature,Low Temperature,Temperature Shock,UV,Humidity,Salt Fog,Sand and
Dust,Vibration,Altitude
•CE & Rohs certification




and pics and info of the Double Row Bars

6'" DR -- $ 260
10" DR -- $ 350
20" DR -- $ 550
30" DR -- $ 700
40" DR -- $ 825
50" DR -- $ 950















and the spec...

• Reflector patterns available
in spot,flood or combination
• 50,000+ hours average life
span
• 5 years of continuous use
• 94% optical/reflector
efficiency
• 9-36 Volt DC Input
• 100% optically clear
LEXAN lens
• Instant on/off, no warm-up
• Operating Temp: -40 ~ + 145 deg.
• dual-oversized heat sink
• Low power consumption
• IP68 Rating
• Military standard Breather
•Unique Durable Mar/UV resistant painting technology
•Sealed waterproof connector
•Pass Chinese Military standard GJB 150 & US MIL810-STD,
High Temperature,Low Temperature,Temperature Shock,UV,Humidity,Salt Fog,Sand and
Dust,Vibration,Altitude
•CE & Rohs certification


and just to give you guys a sample... the one on the rigth are the MINE and the one on the left is from the main company..



 

hoser

Active Member
Apr 11, 2012
#9
I was wondering the same. It would be nice to see some impartial reviews and maybe some comparisons to Rigid.
 

nuckinfuts

Lifetime Member
Apr 11, 2012
#10
There's gotta be a reason 99% of people out there are running Rigid. Obviously the price isn't the deciding factor. I'd consider one of these since it's only going to be used once in a while as opposed to a dune or off road machine where it's on almost whenever it's dark out.
 

El Mamito USMC

Zorros Racing Team..
Staff member
Apr 11, 2012
#11
Have any reviews on the bars? I'm lookin at something extra for my truck.
we have many reviews but on the truck forum...
I was wondering the same. It would be nice to see some impartial reviews and maybe some comparisons to Rigid.
NO One can compare to Rigds but they are wayyy to expensive for the non racer or richhhhh person.
ill be bringing in a new bars in the upcoming months that are 99% as good as rigids but not as costly.. but again to be fair and no BS Rigids is the #1 but ill post a video here of the ones ill be bringing..
There's gotta be a reason 99% of people out there are running Rigid. Obviously the price isn't the deciding factor. I'd consider one of these since it's only going to be used once in a while as opposed to a dune or off road machine where it's on almost whenever it's dark out.
yes but that also is because when this markets boomed many people are bringing the really cheap ones and not a good quality bars... so people got frustrated with the "china" bars...

the bars that i have they are the best in the "imported market", my supplier lives of this and hes always looking for a better product. that why we have changed 3 times already from bars. once a new style , better, brigther, and simply best over all , comes out, we switch, test it and if the work we keep them if not we go back to the ones we had..


trust me guys im not going to screw my community, just give me some time so i can make a video of me testing the bars in Baja this new years and youll see...
 

nuckinfuts

Lifetime Member
Apr 11, 2012
#12
That would be great! I'm not baggin on these at all. I'm very interested in one for the simle fact that I don't race, I won't use it every time out but just at night on the long drives home or back from work.
 

El Mamito USMC

Zorros Racing Team..
Staff member
Apr 11, 2012
#13
That would be great! I'm not baggin on these at all. I'm very interested in one for the simle fact that I don't race, I won't use it every time out but just at night on the long drives home or back from work.
trust me ill be doing a meticulous review on them.. and ill put up a video on the dunes at nigth..

but do you want one for your car or your atv?
 

nuckinfuts

Lifetime Member
Apr 11, 2012
#16
For a tacoma a 20" is pretty good. I also have a 30" single row.. and for hid you want the oem housing kit or the offroad ligths?
I was looking at the lower grill and was hoping a dual row 20 or 30" would fit but there is only a 3" opening to work with. How thick are the dual bars? I believe Rigids are about 3 1/4" so it may not work like I had planned. So it may end up being a single row.

As far as HID's go, I have em in my headlights and fogs. They're already fairly bright and I'd be dissapointed if a 20" bar didn't add any noticeable light. For the alternative I would run a set of 7" offroad housing with a set of the 55w HID's. The catch is that I need the grill insert.
 

El Mamito USMC

Zorros Racing Team..
Staff member
Apr 11, 2012
#17
I just happen to be receiving a 20" with no owner. Ill get back to u once I have it. Trust me you'll love this bars and cheaper than the main brand..
 

El Mamito USMC

Zorros Racing Team..
Staff member
Apr 11, 2012
#18
I was looking at the lower grill and was hoping a dual row 20 or 30" would fit but there is only a 3" opening to work with. How thick are the dual bars? I believe Rigids are about 3 1/4" so it may not work like I had planned. So it may end up being a single row.

As far as HID's go, I have em in my headlights and fogs. They're already fairly bright and I'd be dissapointed if a 20" bar didn't add any noticeable light. For the alternative I would run a set of 7" offroad housing with a set of the 55w HID's. The catch is that I need the grill insert.
dude your lucky .. heres a picture of the bar.. but this one is 40" , your is 20" and i test it and damn.. its all what i can say..


ill pm you the price.. and this is the TOP line.. i can get you a "sport" cheaper and still good, not as bad a$$ as this one but still good..

REMOVED THE OLD STYLE PICS, SOON TO COME WITH NEWER BRIGTHER STYLE
 

hoser

Active Member
Apr 11, 2012
#19
There's gotta be a reason 99% of people out there are running Rigid. Obviously the price isn't the deciding factor. I'd consider one of these since it's only going to be used once in a while as opposed to a dune or off road machine where it's on almost whenever it's dark out.
NO One can compare to Rigds but they are wayyy to expensive for the non racer or richhhhh person.
ill be bringing in a new bars in the upcoming months that are 99% as good as rigids but not as costly.. but again to be fair and no BS Rigids is the #1 but ill post a video here of the ones ill be bringing..
I am not expecting these to be on par with the Rigid's, I am just wondering how they compare. I would expect the Rigid's would be brighter, better light distribution etc., but if these things are 75% as bright but half the price they may be worth looking into. If they are 50% as bright and half the price, then maybe not.

Did you end up buying one nuckin? If so post up some night shots!
 

El Mamito USMC

Zorros Racing Team..
Staff member
Apr 11, 2012
#20
I am not expecting these to be on par with the Rigid's, I am just wondering how they compare. I would expect the Rigid's would be brighter, better light distribution etc., but if these things are 75% as bright but half the price they may be worth looking into. If they are 50% as bright and half the price, then maybe not.

Did you end up buying one nuckin? If so post up some night shots!


To be honest they do, but people don't like to accpet it. They are 100% as good and cheaper. Rigth now I got a 20" combo for nucking or for myself if he doesn't get it. the thing is that they give them out to big team for promotion so thats what you see , but i know that mine are equaly good and more accesible for the average person.. (which is what i want.. )

The main company prices is 700, when I sell mine for 575.. tomorrow ill post pics of the bars.. I do also work a "sport" lineup and its really good and cheaper , when u can get a 20" for 325..

So to be honest its up to ur budget and use. For regular offroading the sport lineup is more than suficient but if u want to go balls to the wallls the pro lineup is the way to go.


And just to let you know I just drop 2 bars to 2 Baja teams that ill be supporting and when they saw the product ,they love it.. I'm sure people will love these