Dualsport Fairing w PnP LED Lighting

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  1. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Sure do. Please send a picture of the headlight connector and the pinouts for the mating connector on the bike to sandjoh@gmail.com

    Thanks
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  2. darkstarmoto

    darkstarmoto Am I evil? Yes I am

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    Need that fairing for my TE. What do we need to do to order?
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  3. Buzztail

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    I have my fairing paint ready to go, and the stator output on the 450EXC is 150w IIIRC. Should I be looking to upgrade before making daylight? :evil
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  4. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Available next month, until then you can checkout the LED light specs here.

    You should be ok, unless you want to run the heated seat and grips at the same time:huh

    As of now, I'm recommending the model 30 (for street intentions) for the low beam (that's the same single light Dave (gingerbeard) has on his KLX). The model 30 has a tighter beam so it will minimize blinding of oncoming traffic. It only uses 10watts at full power and probably less than 3watts when dimmed.

    Maximum wattage with 2 Model 60s is 65 so you can make daylight!
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  5. Drunk_Uncle

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    Now this thing is really growing on me. I have an XR650L and was thinking 30 light for low beam and 60 for high beam. Is this possible? Also would it be possible to get it using the factory mounting points? I can send pics of my mounting points and some measurements. Also could I get the lights ready to just plug into my stock light plug? Sorry lots of questions, but this looks like a GREAT idea.
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  6. Sasquatch2112

    Sasquatch2112 scatology expert

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    Have you been eaves dropping on my thoughts again? :eek1 I was thinking of the identical set up.
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  7. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Yes, any combination of our proven LED lights will work.

    This may be an issue. Please send some pictures and measurements (width between the upper mounts and distance from the the leading edge of the forks)

    Yes, I think the XRL uses a standard H4 connector?
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  8. Drunk_Uncle

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    Will get those measurements tonight or tomorrow night.
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  9. sanjoh

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    Thanks
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  10. bigdon

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    Looks like I will need one for a WR 250 R! :clap
    The stock headlight sucks IMO!
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  11. Rapid Dog

    Rapid Dog bikes, booze, broads...

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    WR250R..I'm all ears... :ear
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  12. jimmex

    jimmex Guero con moto

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    Wonder if I could make this work on my SE? Don;t see why not...
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  13. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    I don't se why not either:D

    If you have some pics of how the stock fairing is attached and the electrical connector, we can look into providing a PnP solution.
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  14. Rider11x

    Rider11x Resident Hillbilly

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    I'd like to see one on the ever popular Honda XRL. Very cool design!!!!!
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  15. bigdon

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    Is it possible to stand the faring up a little more?
    It may not be, but it looks like it might be in your face when ducking or going up hill etc.
    I have barked my nose on a shield while ducking under a limb and would rather not do it again.:D
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  16. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    I need some dimension of the stock mounting points on the XRL and what the headlight connector is.

    Understood, rev 2 will be a bit more vertical.
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  17. Drunk_Uncle

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    When I get some time to remove the stock fairing and take pics and measurements I will post up on the XR650L.
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  18. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Thanks, looks like it has a headlight similar to that on a dr350?

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  19. Drunk_Uncle

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    It is very similiar. It has one bolt on each side and two poles or prongs at the bottom that go into rubber grommets to hold in the bottom.
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  20. WIthumper

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    Interested in this as well. How clean is the airflow for the rider during highway/freeway speeds?
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