Dualsport Fairing w PnP LED Lighting

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by sanjoh, Feb 20, 2012.

  1. WVhillbilly

    WVhillbilly Long timer

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    Got the LC4 model done yet? :ear
  2. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Not yet, looking for a volunteer in central Florida for a fitting.

    The fairing works great as do the lights, the adjustable low beam is functional, providing adequate light, haven't been flashed yet including a fair amount of night riding.

    Pricing will run from a bit over $200 to over $300 depending on lights choosen.

    Damn near ready for release. It will be worth the wait:deal


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  3. mbabc

    mbabc Curmudgeon trainee

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    Is one for the wr250r in the works? Nice gps too!

    Mark in Louisville
  4. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Hi Mark,

    How bout that GPS! Thanks

    Yes, the light should be plug n play on the WR250R.
  5. WVhillbilly

    WVhillbilly Long timer

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    Wish I would have known that before I left home. I'm finishing my drive from WV to Miami today. I could have tossed the pig in the truck and dropped it off to ya.
  6. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    That's a heck of a drive. You are welcome to stop by and check it out. Shoot me a pm if you are interested.
  7. WVhillbilly

    WVhillbilly Long timer

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    Just did the trip north a few weeks ago. In Miami for a month or so again this time.
    Do way too much driving in this job.
  8. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Give me a call if you want to ride, have a few bikes in the garage that need excercise.
  9. WVhillbilly

    WVhillbilly Long timer

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    May do that. Do they go slow? Cuz I'm pretty slow. :D
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    Being from W.Va, I know the feeling...
  11. WVhillbilly

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    Chicken Helmet I'm A Stumperâ„¢

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  13. Notabiker

    Notabiker Notabiker.. really!

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    Hey did that other guy ever get you xrl dimensions? If not I have mine in the garage with expired tags so it's not going anywhere until stickers come in. Unfortunately bright lights are pointless in ak in the summer because it hardly gets dark until early am but I do like the conspicuity! That and I wired up the 60's to my snowmobile in the winter :-) Even rolled it over on top if them and only slightly bent a foot with the hd brackets on it! All I hand to syrup is unplug the spade and bullet plugs and remount lights and plug everything back in on other vehicle.
  14. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Yep, we should be good on the XRL, thanks. You will appreciate the extra protection from the pesky bugs:D
  15. M1Jeep

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    Hi Sanjoh,

    Is a model being developed for the suzuki DR650? I recently purchased two model 60's from you and have them mounted on my hand guards. Will this faring be available without lights so I can use my already purchased adv monster lights to fit in it? TIA for your reply!

    -Rich
  16. joenuclear

    joenuclear Planning.....

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    It's a long shot but how bout the G650X-Challenge?:ear
  17. yobuddy

    yobuddy Been here awhile

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    I will second that, how about one for the BMW XChallenge.
  18. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    DR650
    The DR650 should be very similar to the DRZ400 and DR350 mounting and electrics. If you can measure the width of the oem brackets that hold the headlight bracket, I can give you a better answer.

    Xchallenge
    Whats the width of the headlight mount (the side mounts). What does the headlight connector look like?
  19. joenuclear

    joenuclear Planning.....

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    I'm 400 miles from my X-Challenge. I hope yobuddy can supply the info.:ear
  20. thumpididump

    thumpididump MacGyver

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    The only difference between the DRZ400 and DR650 headlight/shroud mounting is the diameter of the holes that slip over the fork tubes. Both models share the same headlight, and the same headlight shroud. DRZ on the left has larger holes due to the larger forks. Other than that, the whole headlight assembly and mounting hardware is the same.


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