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February 23rd, 2015, 01:32 PM   #11
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I just got the H4 3800 (#cil-ledmd-h4) kit for my 2010 390. I see that the plastic needs to be modofied, but nobody mentions getting the connectors swapped out to work with the stock wiring. What are folks doing for that?

EDIT: Looks like the hot tip is to grind down the connectors on the Cyclops to fit the narrow spade connectors from the 'Berg. Cyclops promises that you cannot blow up their light with incorrect polarity, so you can start with the H$ diagram shown in their FAQ section
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July 9th, 2015, 03:45 PM   #12
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So! I'm thinking to do this to my Suzuki. Really friggin heavy car headlight on it.

Can you see any pitfalls on this $38 KTM clone headlight from Pazoma, China? Dirtbike Motocross Off Road White Headlight RMZ RM KX SX KTM Gas Gas KLX WR CB | eBay
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How does the OEM low / high work with this? Isn't the stock setup two separate bulbs? The low beam on the right side of the housing?
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That light bar looks realy good are there multiple modes in brightness ?
(suited for public road use without blinding oncoming traffic)
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March 10th, 2016, 02:28 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by n16ht5 View Post
Yes it will fit, I actually used that bulb socket in this project.
But do you think that light mask will give the same nice light output even though the headlight is smaller?
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March 11th, 2016, 06:05 PM   #16
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I have the blackbird plastics on my 10 450 FE

Just ordered this light


Anything is better then the stock lighting.
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March 18th, 2016, 09:52 AM   #17
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Finished my install, much better lighting then stock.

Tips.


For wiring don't use pictures OP posted.

H4 3 prong plug facing you, with 3rd horizontal prong up top and parallel prongs right and left


The Left tab is the brown wire ground. The horizontal tab up top is low beam and right tab is blue for high beam.



I also removed the cut off shields for better lighting. This reflector sucks for light spread and you need all the light you can get.
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Originally Posted by outhouse View Post
Finished my install, much better lighting then stock.

Tips.


For wiring don't use pictures OP posted.

H4 3 prong plug facing you, with 3rd horizontal prong up top and parallel prongs right and left


The Left tab is the brown wire ground. The horizontal tab up top is low beam and right tab is blue for high beam.



I also removed the cut off shields for better lighting. This reflector sucks for light spread and you need all the light you can get.
Sounds like folks are just modifying the spade connectors to be a direct plug in solution. I take it you didn't do this? Is there a reason why?
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Sounds like folks are just modifying the spade connectors to be a direct plug in solution. I take it you didn't do this? Is there a reason why?

In 2 minutes with a dremel and the small cut off wheel, and yes just trim down the spades on the H4 kit.

Because the stock female wire connectors are smaller then the male spade part included in the kit.



I can actually see at night now. Before stock it was dangerous at best.
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Originally Posted by Pentaxis View Post
Sounds like folks are just modifying the spade connectors to be a direct plug in solution. I take it you didn't do this? Is there a reason why?



Its not a direct plug in solution as far as installing the bulb.


You have to modify the housing as shown in the OP.

Side note, take off the pre installed cut off shields. No need for them. [not shown in OP]
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