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  1. Hello CRF450R Owners, Bailey here with Baja Designs. We recognize ThumperTalk as one of the go-to sources for information on the CRF450R and we receive emails daily regarding the best inexpensive light setup or purchasing the B1K setup ran by Ox Motorsports. We would like this thread to be a General Discussion area for members and guests to discuss Dual Sport Kits (DSK), Lights, and Lighting Acessories based upon stock and modified charging systems. Please Post up if you have any questions or comments CRF450R related! www.bajadesigns.com
  2. Separate yourself from the pack with one of Baja Designs Polaris RZR RS1 Headlight Kits. These kits utilize 4 Squadron Series Lights and come in 3 different performance packages. The need for front bumper lighting or roof mounted light bars are a thing of the past. This plug and play mounting kit includes two vehicle specific mounting brackets and a wiring harness, allowing you to use your factory switch and mounting hardware. Included: - (2) Vehicle Specific Mounting Brackets - (2) Plug & Play Adapters - All Necessary Hardware - (2) Squadron Series Light, Combo - (2) Squadron Series Light, Spot STARTING AT $$584.95 - CODE: BDForums for 10% OFF + $5 Shipping to the Lower 48! Wondering what lighting configuration is best for you? Checkout the breakdown below showcasing multiple performance tiers. Sportsmen: (2) Squadron Sport Combo (2) Squadron Sport Spot Pro: (2) Squadron Pro Combo (2) Squadron Pro Spot Unlimited: (2) Squadron Pro Combo (2) Squadron Racer Edition Spot www.bajadesigns.com
  3. After two full and intense days of trail riding on the Paiute Trail System in Utah, my buddy and I rode out bikes into the bed of the Ram 1500 and headed back to the hotel for some R&R.
  4. Ive had my 2007 CRF450X for about a year now, bought it from someone who was using it for dual sport duty. I basically trailer it and ride singletrack and maybe 10% road so I do not need the DS kit on it. I hate the keyed ignition, the clunky light/turn/kill switch, and the mess of wires behind the headlight. I have removed all the turn signals and the bike has a TrailTech which I want to upgrade. The whole kit seems spliced in and Im not sure I want to just remove stuff and not be able to get it to fire up, Has anyone installed or removed this kit? Does anyone have any suggestions parts-wise for replacing the kill-switch button back to stock and making sure the thing still runs after I take the kit off? I plan to run an off-road LED light bar and just a basic front plate. Thanks for the suggestions!
  5. Somebody smart, please. Here's da facts. 1. 2000 XR650R 2. Xrs Only sez I have the older stator rewind that has 8 wires coming off - back when they ran the big lights for racing. 3. It was set up for only AC (dual AC regs) 4. Had the K&S 12-0040 turn signal control & horn on it. The PO cut the K&S connectors off. The lights work, no turn signals or horn working. 5. I put a DB headlight and DC reg/rec on it mounted the horn and I bought the NiCd battery pack. I got some nice shrink bullet connectors and started to work. 6. I pulled the second AC regulator off, leaving the stock one in place. The DC reg/rec is set up just like the instructions show. I'm running that extra pink AC stator wire into the stock AC regulator. I could land a plane on a boat, but I can't seem to make an Ohm meter work. So I'm kinda slow figuring out the wiring. It starts, lights work, but they are still running off the AC. So here's my question. The K&S has a H/L main wire, T/S main wire and Horn main wire. I have 2 DC power wires running to the front of the bike. The battery is attached to the headlight number plate the second wire...do I split it to the H/L and T/S main? What about the Pink Horn main? The last question is, where to I patch the electronic turn signal flasher relay? I totally appreciate any direction. Thanks!
  6. I have a 2020 yz250fx that needs a headlight. I would like to do a factory style harness mirroring that of the wr250. Anyone have any recommendations on where to splice and pull power from? Im not crazy about connecting directly to the battery and would prefer to run it through the electrical system already in play. Does anyone know of a company that makes a good harness or am I going to have to wire one up myself? Details/ideas/pics are greatly appreciated!!!
  7. Hi All, Happy Easter 2021, Thinking this is an easy task for those of you with electrical experience....and I'm wanting to avoid a blown stator or issues. Task is to install a loud, small horn on the bike by tapping in to my existing plug & play wiring harness from Baja Designs that runs their light using my stock stator. Their wiring harnesses are pretty inexpensive and available should I mess it up and need a replacement... Bike: 2011 YZ450F, EFI with kick starter. Power source: stock stator, output is 60W Wiring: Baja Designs Squadron Pro light kit and wiring harness, their light uses 40W/2.9A DC POWER Not sure where to go from here? I've found plenty of 12v DC horns on amazon...do I just simply buy a 12v DC horn and switch? Then i'm not sure where I would "tap in" to the wiring kit for my BD light? Or is there a better way? PS: this is NOT a permanent install. I'm completley OK with hooking the horn to a small battery pack with a switch. I only need to run it for about an hour...with intermittent use. Thanks! /\/\ \/\/
  8. So I bought a Baja Designs Squadron Pro and want to install it. It has a 12v Adapter on the end of it(pic 1) and comes in a headlight holder/cowling (pic 2 below), and the lamp itself is installed in the cowling on a screw in plate (pic 3 closeup). The factory DRZ headlamp has a turn signal relay in it and that is attached by a small metal tab in the lamp housing of the factory headlight. I can find no videos or detailed post, or god forbid documentation from Baja Designs on how to do this on a DRZ. The dimmer switch does have decent documentation, Here is what it appears they want you to do? Let me know if you agree: 1) pull the old flasher plug and relay off the old light 2) remove the old light 3) cut off the old cabling (a dark yellow wire, light yellow wire, black/white and a white) 4) wrap the flasher plug and relay in some kind of waterproofing 5) It does come with an adapter that gets you from the adapter shown below to raw wiring. 6) Presumably your supposed to take a multimeter and locate a 12v supply line? Any ideas what would be the best answer for that source? 7) I have the dimmer kit and the kit (from Skene) has good doc. But I want to try it without the dimmer first.
  9. Hi all, It doesn't look like Baja Designs is making a dual sport kit for the XR400R any longer. I'm picking up a 1999 XR400R with the intentions of dual sporting it. Does anyone know of any other good kits available for it? Thanks, Brandon
  10. Looking for help from anyone whose installed the BD squadron pro. Got my dual sport dimmer in, and after getting that working (non-Baja Designs issue, just my wiring harness being wired wrong). But the issue I’m running into now is that whether in low or high, the high beam indicator stays on on the dash. I’m assuming I need to wire some sort of diode in on the low beam circuit of the dimmer? Figured I’d check here and see what y’all thought, maybe I’m looking at it wrong. The other issue I’m having is that on low beam the light has this whining sound. Is that normal for a dimmed LED? I’ve heard of LEDs buzzing, but not whining.
  11. Baja Designs - General Dirt Bike Discussion (Tech Info, Deals, More!) We are happy to be part of the community and want to be more involved with the enthusiasts that call TT home. We will be posting product information, deals, photos, and more! Post up if you have any questions related to Baja Designs (BD) or want to share your BD equipped ride! Save 10% + $5 Shipping to the Lower 48! Coupon Code: BDForums www.bajadesigns.com - (800)422-5292
  12. We are NOW offering AC versions of our popular Squadron and XL Series Motorcycle Lighting! All you need is a minimum of 40watts AC power and your bike must come factory with a lighting coil. This allows 2 stroke KTM, CRF250/450x, and many other bikes to run our lights with ZERO electrical system modifications. Please See Our Stator Reference Chart For Your Bikes Electrical Output: https://www.bajadesi...rence-Chart.asp "My Bikes output is 50 watts, what can I run?" 40 - 80 watts = Squadron Sport + XL Sport 80 + watts = Squadron Sport, Squadron Pro, XL Sport, XL Pro ENTER: "BDForums" discount code for 10% OFF and $5 shipping to the lower 48 www.bajadesigns.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - For Example, Honda CRF250/450X puts out 40W AC from the factory. Previously the owner would need the following to run our Squadron Sport LED Race lights: QTY: 1 - Stator Rewind $175 (12-6029) QTY: 1 - Regulator/Rectifier $49.95 (12-2004) QTY: 1 - Wiring Harness $39.95 (61-1049) QTY: 1 - Squadron Sport, CRF/X LED Light $149.95 (557071) TOTAL: $414.85 NOW ...with these new AC models, the same CRF250/450x owner will need: QTY: 1 - AC Squadron Sport, LED Race Light, RED $199.95 (557071AC) https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/Squadron-Sport-AC-LED-CRF-X-Kit.asp TOTAL: $199.95 (TT $179.95) - "BDForums" discount code - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - But wait! There is more! These AC Models include a Module that is easily removed allowing the light to run on DC Power. This allows you to transfer the light between bikes if needed. You can be running our Squadron Pro on a 200 XC/XC-W and switch to your 500 EXC with NO ISSUES Please Post Up if you have any questions or comments. More Information Below... ENTER: "BDForums" discount code for 10% OFF and $5 shipping to the lower 48 www.bajadesigns.com
  13. Hello all, New to the forums but not too new to this bike. Long story short it was stolen 6 years ago and finally recovered 8 months ago. I have also moved across the county in the last 6 months for a new job. I was mostly wondering what all could be done to make this a decent adventure/ dualsport bike. I do have a new mikuni 38mm pumper carb on and I currently have it set up for around sub 2000' riding. I was wondering if I were to take it up into the mountains at around 6500' if I would need to rejet the carb at all. I am a complete novice to large mountains as previously I was on the east coast. Also wondering if anybody has fabricated a crash bar for the gas tank and a rear luggage rack with supports for some panniers. Anything helps, TrendyB
  14. 3yrs ago I parted ways with my trusty KTMs and jumped onto the Yamahas... Starting first with a YZ250 that I built into the ultimate woods bike, it was 'almost' everything one could want. But it did lack the e-start, HO stator and 6spd, things that I really wanted as the ultimate machine. Then a new YZ450F made it into my garage which I built into a woods machine (the FX didn't exist at the time). All the power in the world so a 6spd wasn't needed. But I still lacked the button and fat stator. Shortly after a large crash and some broken body parts, I then moved to the new YZ250FX which has been with me the last year. Coming with a near perfect 6spd, a 100+W stator and the magic button it should have been near perfect. But I did want for more. The bike was heavier then it's competition, taller and underpowered, but overall probably the best beginner/average riders bike available. There is no question that the Yamahas could be anything you wanted. I had great success on all 3 bikes with near bullet proof reliability, fantastic motors, outstanding suspension and unquestionable race worthiness adding a few wins and multiple podiums to my resume. But... ...when KTM introduced their new 16 models, it was hard not to look over the fence to see if the grass was greener. Could my criterias be met? So on Saturday, I picked up a new 2016 KTM 350xcf. On paper, 'most' of all criterias are met. -6spd? Check! -Lightweight? Check! -Less power then the 450, but more then the 250FX? Check! -Magic Button? Check! -HO stator? Uncheck! So outside the stator, the 350xcf is looking pretty good on paper. Why not a new 250/300 2t? As mentioned in another thread, I rode a couple 300s and wasn't neqrly as impressed as I wanted to be. So why the 16 over the 17? Cost and cost alone was pretty much the deciding factor. Outside of the AER the bikes are virtually identical. With nearly a $2000 savings between the 2 it left money I table I could spend elsewhere. And after talking with a bunch of tuners, at worst if I can't get the 4CS working, the extra money can be used for another fork options such as a KYB internal setup, or CV cartridges. So, I started this thread to kind keep my trials and tribulations on update for you wonderful folk on TT. Adding my opinion, impressions, mods, results and all that other jazz... Initial impression while sitting on the stand seem good. I've been tearing it apart greasing everything, weighed a few parts and giving it the look over. I question if the bike is built for long haul. It seems extremely well put together, but almost too well. The plastic lines blend well with no areas for hangups as well the bike feels thins, especially compared to any current Yamaha 4t. The bike also feels low and long, where as the Yamaha 4ts feel tall and short. Equally so the bike feels light and easy to throw on a stand with well placed grab handles.
  15. Polaris RZR XP1000/Textron Wildcat, A-Pillar Mount Kit Our engineers came up with a quick, sturdy, and low profile design to mount lights on the cage of your RZR 1000, or Textron Wild Cat. You will be able to mount these with ease, and have a range of Baja Designs auxiliary lighting to choose from. Applicable Product: S2 Series Squadron Series XL Series LEARN MORE
  16. @Baja Designs has been a TT sponsor for a number of years, this press release just came across my desk, so I wanted to share with the community. Vendors like this allow us to do what we do and bring it all free, so I hope you don't mind me sharing... 👍 SAN MARCOS, CA – August 1, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Baja Designs, the “Scientists of Lighting,” has produced a dynamic, new video that tells their story of 25 years of performance off-road lighting and accessories. The video details some of Baja Designs’ most popular products being put to the test in harsh off-road environments while also explaining the lighting specialists’ use of computer design and engineering, precision CNC machining and field testing to manufacture the most durable and powerful auxiliary LED lighting products available on the market. The new four-minute video demonstrates why Baja Designs’ off-road lighting products are preferred by the top off-road truck, ATV/UTV and motorcycle racers for their performance, impact resistance and superior lighting output. The company’s lighting products are shown in action on a variety of off-road vehicles ranging from motorcycles, UTVs, street vehicles, race trucks, and Jeeps. Also demonstrated are the high-quality engineering and manufacturing methods that are used by Baja Designs. Designed, engineered, machined, and assembled in the United States, Baja Designs showcases their engineering and production processes in detail throughout the video. Lead engineer and founder, Alan Roach, can be seen behind his computer, implementing advanced circuit board layouts and designs. Everything else portrayed, from the in-house CNC machining of components to bending and cutting the raw aluminum extrusions to populating and soldering of the circuit boards to assembling and testing the finished product, is all done in San Diego, California. Baja Designs’ performance LED lighting solutions stand up to the action and harsh elements of off-road racing and can be added to everyday vehicles without detracting from the original equipment design. They add far-reaching light projection for overnight trips, competitive races, overland expeditions and other excursions that require increased visibility while towing and driving in unfamiliar areas. Standard or vehicle specific brackets, wiring harnesses, and heavy duty hardware are supplied with each light kit purchased from Baja Designs. About Baja Designs For more than 20 years, Baja Designs has engineered revolutionary ways to stay at the forefront of motorcycle and automotive LED lighting. The company’s first product was a Dual Sport kit that made a pure off-road motorcycle minimally street legal. That intimate knowledge of motorcycle electrical capabilities led to a natural evolution to engineer the first HID motorcycle race light. As a result, Baja Designs lights have won every professional and amateur motorcycle and ATV Baja 1000 class for over 15 years. Baja Designs is a portfolio company of Kinderhook Industries. For more information and dimensional drawings, contact Baja Designs at 760-560-2252 or visit bajadesigns.com. Follow Baja: Facebook.com/BajaDesignsOfficial/, Instagram: @bajadesignsofficial or Twitter: @BajaDesigns
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