I'm not 100% certain, but I'm pretty sure the IQ Cyo shares the same guts as the Schmidt Edelux; both electronics and reflector. There are numerous photos of the Schmidt disassembled on the web. Presumably the Schmidt is a little easier to take apart and reassemble than the plastic bits of the Cyo. Not that that helps you at all unless you also have a Schmidt lying around to take apart!
More importantly, what are your intentions??!! Or is it a secret...?
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Originally Posted by znomit
I have a link but won't share until you get into the reasons.
Ha, this may sound strange but I have two of these on different bikes-- one with the near-field lens and one with the normal lens, and I'd like to swap them (my rando bike has the near-field lens, while my city bike has the regular lens, and for the way I ride each bike the lights would work much better if swapped). The thing is, I've hard-wired the wiring (soldered and shrink tubed, no quick connectors) and integrated it into the fender and frame, so it would be a pain to snip it and re-solder it between the light and the fender:
I was hoping it would be easier (and cleaner) to open up each light up and de-solder the wiring from the circuit boards, swap the units between the two bikes, and re-solder to the circuit boards, thereby avoiding splice jobs on the short exposed sections of wiring.
Last edited by southpawboston; 04-02-12 at 08:37 PM.
These photos of a disassembled Cyo might be help. http://fotos.mtb-news.de/s/12234?limit=60
It looks that after unscrewing the phillips bolt underneath you can remove top heatsink and carefully pry reflector out of the housing.