- IMPORTANT - Nov.22nd, we've already sold out of our standard R4 this week and are working diligently to finish our next batch of inventory. If you'd like to purchase a pair of R4 at the discounted rate for Black Friday Cyber Monday sale (the only sale of the year, expires end of day Monday Nov 27), then you can order them now, with delivery expected to your door around New Years. This gets you the discount now, and guarantees your inventory in the next batch. Any orders containing a "Pre-Order" item will ship when the order is complete. If you are ordering multiples lights, or parts for multiple projects, please place two separated orders. Whichever order has "Pre-Order" products will ship late December.
8,592 crystal clear optically focused lumens will get you from A to Zimbabwe. With eight top-binned CREE LED's, a pair of R4's generates more than 8,000 lumens.
Like their big brother the R7, the extra distance and spread of the crystal clear 5000K daylight produced enables you to better see and be seen. Trailside animals, pedestrians, and other hazards are more quickly perceived and reacted to. Don't just survive a ride at dusk, enjoy the scenery along the way.
The key difference between the R4 and R7 are output and size. Both utilize machined optics to provide both a flood and spot beam pattern. If riding a larger adventure bike (GSA, SAR, Multistrada), the ideal setup is to install a set of R4 and R7 lights. With the R4's used as a DRL (daytime running light), and the R7 wired into your stock high beam switch, you will enjoy being seen by others during the day and have all the firepower in the world for night missions across the desert.
Sold as both pairs and single units. Pairs of lights arrive in a special RUBY branded box, single light orders are individually wrapped without the RUBY box.
A single R4 is rated at 4,296 lumens, 8,592 lumens as a pair.
SPECIFICATIONS, per single light:
-33 watts, 2.4 amps (@ 13.4v)
-for dimensions, see product photos
-off-road use only
Note: this light has been renamed to R4, previously known as the R8.