PnP LED Upgrade for your KTM or Husky

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  1. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    NOT DOT Approved

    Headlight Mask shown, not included

    Drop in LED replacement light for 2008 Husqvarna TE 250, 450 and 510. May fit other years and models. Installs into your stock headlight mask (not included).

    Ten minute install:deal

    Includes:
    Lexan headlight mount to install in OEM headlight holder. Available in white or black.
    Stainless steel hardware to attach light
    Plug n Play harness. Connects to OEM connector. Uses your stock high/low beam switch.
    Adjustable low beam output
    High beam full output
    Full directional adjustment of light beam

    Weighs 10.2 oz/289 g with LED light, hardware and controls

    Bike not included:D
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    Model 60 shown
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    I've been running a model 60 on the street and dirt, the light output is simply amazing. No issues with oncoming traffic.
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  2. teambft

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    You got one thats plug and play for a 2012 KTM 500 EXC?
    Didnt see it on your site. Thanks.
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  3. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Not yet, in the works. Should be a couple of weeks.
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  4. WIthumper

    WIthumper The 610 guy

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    Any pics in with black around the light instead of white?
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  5. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Not yet, working on it!

    We do however have the KTM 98-04 drop in ready to go.

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    The LEDs need DC power.
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  6. WIthumper

    WIthumper The 610 guy

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    Order placed and looking forward to having it installed on my TE 610. The stock 35 watt bulb is a joke on the Husky!
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  7. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Thanks for your business!

    Prepared to be shocked:deal

    You might find yourself wanting to ride the husky at night:evil
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  8. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Here's the Husky PnP replacement light kit.

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  9. Bokrijder

    Bokrijder Soyez sans que peur

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    John,

    Could you verify what is included in the square KTM kit.

    Web site reads -- add a controller, and it seems to allude the light is included. (EDIT - Mistake on my part, light is not included but $50 with no controller )
    Thread shows Husky kit $50 with included controller.

    Thanks,

    Bokrijder
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  10. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Yes, the controller is included, I will get that updated.

    Can you post up a pic of your headlight connector, want to make sure we get it right. What bike are you considering using this on? Need to verify DC power to the headlight.

    Thanks
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  11. Bokrijder

    Bokrijder Soyez sans que peur

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    John

    My 2006 KTM 450EXC headlight unit simply uses three individual push-on female connecters which push directly onto the headlight bulb spade tabs. My bike has a homemade harness but I think the individual push ons are standard. The bike lighting system has been converted to DC using a Trail Tech stator and regulator.
    I believe most all KTM's were delivered with an AC lighting system, thus will require conversion to DC. One can go the Trail Tech route, or for less money rewire the stock stator (easily done) and purchase a small regulator.

    Bokrijder
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  12. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    PM Sent, we can supply the spade connectors on the harness.

    Black Husky drop in

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  13. clapped_r6

    clapped_r6 The Spoad Warrior

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    is there a reason why the phillips screws are not symmetrical? i hate to be AR, but i am.

    i'm not understanding the pricing structure for the ktm drop in. if i order a drop in unit with the 60, it's $160 total for everything (including the controller?)

    tia,
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  14. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Space limitations

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    Plus shipping
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  15. Bokrijder

    Bokrijder Soyez sans que peur

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    Tia,

    I think Sahjo missed your actual question - is the controller included with the KTM kit ? Yes, it is. Sanjo confirmed with me that the web text stating "no" is a mistake. Don't forget your ADV discount

    Bokrijder
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  16. Baja Ho

    Baja Ho Been here awhile

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    Would it be possble to provide night pics comparing stock to the model 60? And will your kit fit an 06 Husky TE 610? The mast looks similar. Thanks
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  17. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Need to work on some night shots. One model 60 is amazing. Here's a vid from an inmate, this is a single model 60 on a Yamaha, the light is angled down a bit. Night riding starts about 4:09 in.
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    From looking at online parts fiche I think it will fit your 06 TE610, not positive though. If it doesn't fit I will refund your money.
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  18. Baja Ho

    Baja Ho Been here awhile

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    Good vid., that guy should inter Erzberg. At about 8:25 on the video, looks like he has another light on his handle bars, is that the LED light? And also a helmet light. Would be great to see the LED as a stand alone.
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  19. WIthumper

    WIthumper The 610 guy

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    I have an 07 Husky 610 (carb version) and I put it on last weekend and it fits just fine. HUGE difference in light output from stock. One thing to keep in mind, if you don't have the matching white connector for the wiring harness on your bike, you can just slide the three black spade type female connectors from the bike inside the white connector on the wiring harness. The color of the wire insulation on the bike matches the connections on the wiring harness. I used some 'Tommy Tape' to seal up the wires around the white connector to keep in weatherproof.
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  20. sanjoh

    sanjoh Purveyor of Light

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    Great to hear it worked for you. How were the instructions?

    We need some pics, your Husky brethren need you to to light the way:deal
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