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  1. Hey all, I've got an 05 SM. Unfortunately he just failed inspection for a dim light and high emissions. I've been looking for a wiring diagram to help me out, but the only one I could find on here (and google) is for 2001-2004. Are they the same? If so, can someone point me to a high quality version? Something I can print extra large without blur? Also, any ideas on what caused the light to be dim? I just put in a brand new 60/60 bulb right before the inspection. I didn't notice a difference myself beforehand either. He has a few mods on him, but I haven't been able to find them all. It is a JDM spec bike, if that matters. The inspection machine is showing my bike puts out at 41??? as opposed to the 150??? requirement. Not sure what the ??? is, I'll have to ask my girlfriend since the inspection paperwork is in Japanese. Thanks in advance for any help you guys can offer! -Pomeroki
  2. 1 review

    Task Racing has created a great package for ease of use on ALL bikes. No stator power or rewind necessary, and can be transferred to ANY bike easily and quickly in seconds. Motocross bikes, Enduro bikes, Trail bikes, old bikes, new bikes---it doesn't matter! Can be mounted to 2 stokes, 4 strokes, ATV's/UTV's, Snowmobiles, Tractors, etc.--- all with one light! Super Universal!!!! Each lighting system is easily transferable to your NEXT bike too! One 12V 2.6+Hr rechargeable Li-Ion battery, one battery charger. Strong Stainless Steel mount tab design. 2 Bolts and a plug! Easy Mount On/Off bike in seconds! Tough T6 aluminum exterior, with strong lexan plastic cover Can be tightened down and adjusted up and down to point light where you need it ON THE FLY. Custom adjustment. Includes mounting directions, Extra Extension Spacers and bolts for brake line clearance, and Task Racing stickers. 12 LED Design. Pattern: 12 Spot Beams in the Middle. 35 Watts of Power. Super Bright. 3100 lumens http://www.taskracing.com/universal-6--light-bars.html https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/1195/62205/Task-Racing-Universal-Rechargeable-Battery-Light-Bar-Package?term=task+racing+lights
  3. 3 reviews

    BAJA DESIGNS FEATURES Satisfactions Guarantee: 30 Day Money Back Guarantee Limited Lifetime Warranty: Complete Purchase Protection uService®: Replaceable Lenses And Optics ClearView®: All The Light, Right Where You Need It. MoistureBlock™: Waterproof, Rain Proof, Submersible CopperDrive®: Only LED Driven At 100% 5000K Daylight: Less Driver Fatigue, Natural Color SPECIFICATIONS Lumens: 4,900 Utilizing 4 Cree XP-L LEDs Wattage/Amps: 40W / 3.33A Dimensions: 4.43" x 3.65" x 4.43" Weight: 2.45 lbs LED Life Expectancy: 49,930 Hours Front Lens: Hardcoated Polycarbonate Housing: Hard Anodized & Powder Coated Cast Aluminum Bezel: Billet Machined Aluminum Hardware & Bracket Material: Stainless Steel Exceeds MIL-STD810G (Mil-Spec Testing) Built-In Overvoltage Protection IP69K (Waterproof up to 9ft & Pressure Washable) IK10 Compliant (Mechanical Impact Testing)
  4. 1 review

    PRODUCT INFORMATION This is an H4 halogen replacement head lamp bulb with a blue coating on it to give a whiter colored light output. While the part name says "superbright" it really is not brighter. It is just whiter in color. The whiter color may make you more visible but you get what you pay for in brightness. It's still a halogen lamp not an LED lamp. Works great as a replacement lamp - which is what it should be considered. Definitely not an upgrade to a stock light. The photo: In the attached photo the stock lamp is on the left and the Drag Specialties H4 Superwhite on the right. The sky outside was overcast and did get a little darker after I changed to the new bulb. I also had the garage door behind me open for both shots so there's more ambient lighting in the stock photo. H4 style plug Superwhite bulbs use a special blue filter coating to produce a whiter, brighter light The heavy duty bulb is recommended where severe vibration exists
  5. 5 reviews

    Race proven 70W lighting systems Dual reflector design allows for optimum illumination of both near and distant terrain Compact design fits tighter to forks than other headlights Integrated brake line guide (long brake line recommended for X2 applications on MX bikes) Removable clear rock guard covers headlights and seals against dust to keep optics clean Each lamp can be switched on and off independently (wire harness with switch not included, see accessories) Universal, quick-release mount system mounts to any motorcycle with included rubber fork straps and pin-stabilization system (instructions included) 100% self-contained Dimensions: 12.4 H x 12.8 W x 3.9 D Available in a variety of colors in HID or halogen models HID specs: 4 SC4 large lamp, 2 SCMR16 small lamp, 70W, 38 oz., auto-restrike enabled, 12V DC power requirement (can only be used on DC) Halogen spec: 4 SC4 large lamp, 2 SCMR16 small lamp, 70W, 28 oz., dims to match power output, 12V DC or AC power requirement Graphic kits also available (sold separately)
  6. 1 review

    The look of HID for headlights and auxiliary lights Shines at 5000K giving off a bluish-purple look Low beam is a purple color shining at 5000K while high beam maintains extreme white performance at 3800K. Purple colored top coat gives headlamp a purple look even when lamp is off SPECIFIC BULB DESIGN FEATURES: Metal bond that holds glass securely preventing cracks and leaks; Heat resistant glass tube; Welded focus ring assuring proper positioning; 1-piece filament support for perfect positioning; XTRA technology for greater output and performance; 100% quality control testing for perfect performance; 1 year manufacturers performance warranty
  7. 2 reviews

    Universal fitting with antivibration rubber straps Meets CE and DOT standards Protective transparent polycarbonate lens for off-road use Heat-resistant plastic headlight support Spot light fitted with a 55W halogen bulb Flood light is fitted with a 55W Halogen bulb and a 55W incandescent bulb Headlight extensions included
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    Current mods: Seatconcepts seat Acerbis 3.7 gas tank (black) Acerbis RMZ 450 front fender Acerbis black tank shrouds Acerbis black number plates Acerbis black rear fender Rear luggage rack Thumpertalk Engine case protectors Thumpertalk Skid plate Zeta brake lever (from Wheeling Cycle Supply) Righteous clutch lever Zeta mirror holder (for GPS ball mount) (from Wheeling Cycle Supply) Moose racing black handguards Moose racing plastic handguards Polisport halo headlight (black) Black tail bag
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    As this is Vietnam, and registering anything over 175cc can be tricky and expensive, fake VINs and paperwork are standard. As a result, details are a bit sketchy, but I was told it's a 2001. Only had this a short time, but I already love it. It has an electric start and goes well, although I find 1st gear a bit short. Just put on the Polisport Halo light and fairing, as the old one was tatty. It looks a lot better now and the light works well. I use it for commuting, so mostly road work, although some of the roads here are not the best! Will no doubt take it on a few trips around 'Nam in the future. Future plans include new plastic panels and fender, a 277cc big bore kit, opening up the intake box and grinding off the welds in the headers, Kibble-White valves, and either tweaking the carb or getting an upgrade (worth it?). That reflective tape, while a good safety feature, has got to go!
  10. 0 comments

    Great bike awesome light like 250 but power to that of a 450 tractors when I need it to and bounces through the rocks with ease
  11. 1 review

    Color: White Our world famous DHH headlight is a favorite with enduro riders for its unique design and unparalleled quality and performance. The original dual halogen design Dual 35W halogen lamps for great illumination 10* Pencil and 38* Flood Size 12v 35w Will fit virtually any motorcycle
  12. 0 comments

    Great motor, great suspension, great handling. Rides better than it looks. Fast as eff. Easy to work on and maintain. A keeper for life. Needs a few mods for added comfort on the road, but overall, there's no bike I'd rather be on.
  13. Hello all, So I've been dealing with this particular issue for a while now and I can't find the issue. A couple months back I was riding home from work one night when I turned on the high beams and pop goes the headlight. Blinkers still working and brake lights still working when I pull the front brake lever and rear brake pedal but the headlight and running brake light not so much. I made it home safely and just figured I would look at things in the morning. After a little research I found that the 10a fuses like to pop and that most people switch to a 15a. the next day I start taking a look. Headlight bulb and brake bulb are fine and fuse was not blown. I still upgraded the fuse to a 20a just to be on the safe side. Still nothing. I noticed the left rear blinker with some rust on the outside and opened it up to see a completely ruined blinker so i thought maybe that would be the case but I think that was me just being irrational. No way a rusty blinker could blow just the headlight. So after a few weeks of more research and asking questions, my best bet was to get a volt meter and test wires to see if there is a short somewhere. I hadn't had time to take a whole day and start testing it until recently since I am a bartender and have been out of work amid this Covid-19 situation. So today I cleaned and tested all electrical contacts and connectors that would link directly to the headlight. They all tested fine and weren't shorted with another wire. I'm also not extremely comfortable using a volt meter and can't say for sure I used it correctly. I cleaned the headlight switch and all contacts in that housing. Tested each connector under the tach and speedometer.All tested fine to my knowledge. I'm at a loss. I don't know what else it could be. All relays are working and all fuses are fine. At this point I just want to say screw it and get an entirely new harness but as we all know we like to do it ourselves and for the cheapest price here in KLR world. Any suggestions as to what is going on here that I'm missing? Also i cant find any pinched or rubbed thin wires that may cause a short. Thanks for reading guys and I hope to hear from you soon.
  14. Hey guys, First post on TT. just picked up a great 1998 xr600r. The original headlight was blown so I read a couple forums and people said you could get a cyclops bulb that was plug and play. I got one and it was way bigger than the original bulb I had, did some more research and thought that I had the wrong headlight assembly. So, I ordered a new assembly hoping that would work. It just arrived and it’s also too small and does not fit the h4 base, and doesn’t even match the original one I have. Does anyone know if the OEM headlight assembly for the xr600r fits an H4 bulb? Any info on the subject would be great. Cheers, Blake
  15. So I successfully installed my tusk enduro lighting kit but the previous owner had gotten rid of the stock head light wiring what would the best way to wire it so that it runs off of the stator? It's an 01. Any help would be appreciated. I would just slice Into the tusk kit but they reccomend leaving the head light running off of the stator.
  16. 1 review

    GENERAL INFORMATION High bright, low temperature, waterproof Constant Currency LED Driver Transforer With overload protection SPECIFICATIONS Voltage: DC 12V-24V Color: Xeono white Led quantity: 8pcs (each bulb has 4pcs LEDs), 10w/pc Led chip: CREE-XM-L2 Power consumption: 20w-40w Lumen : H: 4000LM per bulb L: 3000LM per bulb, 8000LM/per kit Color temperature: 6000k Socket type: H4(high/low beam) Material: Aluminum Buit-in fan: IP68 waterproof Usage: headlight/fog light/DRL Warranty: one year FEATURES Apply to headlight. 80% Less power consumption Direct Plug-in Replacement, no extra wiring required. With over-heat and fan-failure setup protection. Waterproof driver with internal constant current CPU. Fans with excellent heat dissipation performance.
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    Modified with Big Gun exhaust, FCR carb, removed stock front fender and headlight surround “fairing looking thing”, heavy brackets, stock tail light and brackets and stock gages. Installed Supermoto front fender, polisport halo headlight, slim tail light/ turn signal unit, all LED lighting, silicone hoses, Trail Tech Vapor speedo with dashboard kit.
  18. 1 review

    Xtreme White bulbs give a cool white light output so the driver has better color perception on depth perception and better contrast than conventional halogen lamps
  19. 1 review

    PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS Brand Name: SAE Light Source: LED Wattage: 18 Material Type: Diecast Aluminum Voltage: 12V Color Temperature: 6000K Car Model: Camry Year: 2014 External Testing Certification: CE Special Features: high power Item Type: Fog Lights Item Diameter: 6 inch Item Weight: 6 kg Voltage: 10V-30V Beam Pattern: Flood/Spot Housing Color: Black Place of Origin: China(Mainland)
  20. 6 reviews

    Our Squadron motorcycle light is the next generation of LED lighting. The Squadron is designed specifically for aggressive night-time riding by combining amazing distance projection, wide peripheral spread and a smooth light pattern. This light utilizes four CREE XM-L2 LEDs - the brightest, most efficient LEDs on the market to give you a blinding 4300 lumens. Not only is the Squadron the brightest LED light on the market, but it also only draws 3.6 amps. If you’re looking for the ultimate in LED lighting for your motorcycle the Baja Designs Squadron is your answer! Features & Specifications: IP69K Certified (Submersible to 9ft) IK10 Compliant (Mechanical Impact Testing) Vibration Rating: 7.7Grms Operating Temperature: -40 Celsius to +80 Celsius Hard-coated, polycarbonate lens Lifetime warranty Total lumens: 4300 Stainless steel fasteners and mounts Front Lens: Hard-coated Polycarbonate Power consumption: 42 watts Uses four T6 bin CREE XM-L2 LEDs at 5000K 49,930 hour LED life expectancy 3.069in x 3.313in x 2.765in light fixture dimensions 24oz net weight (light fixture, headlight shell, mount kit combined) Reverse battery & Transient Voltage Suppressor (TVS) protection
  21. 1 review

    DESCRIPTIONFrom fallen trees to rolling boulders, spotting hazards ahead of time is important when traveling rough terrain. Give your off-road visibility a big boost in a small space with the compact candlepower of a 3 inch LED Light Cube. Power-packed with four 4W CREE LEDs totaling 16 watts, these intense spotlights shine with a cool white light at a color temperature of 6,000k. Engineered for up to 50,000 hours of adventuring, don’t let the size of this 3” x 3” Light Cube fool you—it’s more than capable of delivering bold brightness to every rock-crawling corner ahead. Housed in a sturdy aluminum casing, these premium 3” light cubes deliver lightweight durability that’s designed to line-up or stack easily for customizable intensity. Each premium 3" LED Cube is sold separately and comes backed by a 1-year limited warranty. FEATURESFor big lighting in a small package upgrade with 3" CREE LED Light Cubes Compact design packed with four 4W CREE LEDs pumping out 1200 lumens Shines with a cool white light at a color temperature of 6,000k Engineered for up to 50,000 hours of spotlight service Sturdy aluminum housing delivers lightweight durability Designed to line and stack easily without taking up much space Two-wire connection allows for universal use and installation Each premium 3" LED Light Cube is sold separately
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