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Looks like an OEM replacement to me? Better check the wattage output!

Ive been looking at this website www.bikeled.com

Lots of info on building a self contained, super bright, lightweight light sytem. Think all conatined within a CRFx light shell, with a simple bolt on/off swap with a number plate.

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Electrosport makes stators that do and don;t run lights. Just send them the question of if it has a lighting coil. You will also need a regulator (which Electrosport sells)

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The Electrosport lighting stator puts out 20 watts @ about 5000RPM. Notice they dont have an output with there listing.

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The Electrosport lighting stator puts out 20 watts @ about 5000RPM. Notice they dont have an output with there listing.

So what do you guys have for an '00-'01 CR250R that will power a headlight at least 35W and preferably a 55W?

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So what do you guys have for an '00-'01 CR250R that will power a headlight at least 35W and preferably a 55W?

We dont offer anything, we suggest a battery powered system

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On my '03 I'm running a e-line 200w stator that I bought used on Kijiji. May not be too easy to come by one, but if you can I highly recommend. The guy I bought it from had severed the negative line so a had to solder that back on, but after wiring it up, I have limitless wattage for what I'll need (acerbis headlight, voyager bar mounted GPS, and tail light), and I did find that it did give a nice flywheel effect for the low speed technical riding. I didn't even bother to install a battery, everything runs great without it.

I had an Acerbis Vision headlight installed which looked great, but it was a pain to mount and I totalled it my 3rd ride. I've since replaced it with the Acerbis DHH which mounted exceptionally easy to the forks, and I'm going to replace the halogen laps with a set of LEDs sometime this season (more of a vanity change than anything else). Here's a link to a site that sells the bulbs that replace a DHH halogen bulb which is an MR16: http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-bin/store/index.cgi?action=DispPage&Page2Disp=%2Fbi-pin.html

I honestly had a lot of troubles finding an appropriate "replacement" stator solution for our bikes, so unless you find an e-line you can work with, go with a good lithium battery setup that will handle 10-12 watts and install LEDs bulbs into an Acerbis DHH. You can probably even find a way to mount the batteries under the seat.

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also electrosport. have tried before on a YZ. bad results. :bonk:

Crap man, just saw the "pos" in you sig for the 98 cr. hope its not that bad?

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Ok well Ricky Stator is out so it looks like the ElectroSport is the only option.

The following is my email to ElectroSport and their reply:

"Hi, I saw on your site that you have a lighting stator for the 2000-2001 CR250R. How many watts of power does this lighting stator put out? I would like to add a headlight and tail light to my 2000 CR250R and am looking for something that would have no problem running at least a 35W headlight (preferably a 55W) and an LED tail light."

"Hello,

You should have seen our ESL990 for your bike. I recommend a 35watt light be used with that application to ensure good light output at all RPMs. I would recommend LED for both headlight and tail light.

Kyle Wood - Sales Manager

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Procom Engineering / ElectroSport

66 Maxwell, Irvine, CA 92618

PH: (949) 748-6338

www.electrosport.com "

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Do you all think this one is an ElectroSport too?

http://www.steahlyof...hting-coil.html

Same one, Electrosport. If we could have made a stator to run a 35 watt bulb at a decent RPM we would have. Typical response from electrosport not giving the output because I dont think anyone there really knows. When they first offered this stator we bought one to test, 20 watts with the bike revved up was the output.

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