I'm sure the collective fountain of knowledge here will be able to help me. I have one (possible) immediate dilemma and then one I just want to fix...
Possible Immediate Dilemma... The Givi Spotlights mounted on my anti crash bars have for whatever reason decided to no longer work...
I'm after a set of engine bars for my 2007 Transalp 650, preferably used, condition is not an issue. I will be modifying the bars to include spotlights and will be having them powder coated when I'm done. It seems a shame to buy new ones and start cutting and welding at them. If anyone has any...
I have just taken delivery of these, ebay item 291565702825 good strong fittings and very bright. Not fitted them yet but I can't foresee any problem and they shouldn't need a relay at just 15w each. I intend to wire them into the sidelight via a handlebar mounted switch. They look a lot more...
Just bought some cheap and cheerful led spotlights and noticed that they have 3 wires, red ,yellow and black. Any idea why I would have 3 wires and is it safer to run them straight from the battery via a fuse and a handlebar switch??
Thanks in advance
I stumbled across these the other night Halfords | Ring Luminator Fog Lights, I click and reserved a couple of sets from my local Halfords and they are well worth it,the bulbs would cost a tenner on there own.:thumbup:
Hi, the front scoops on my bike are currently odd. 1 is blocked off, the other is open.
How is it supposed to be ?
by scoops i mean the cut aways under the front lamp on my 1996 Transalp.
Could I fit spotlights in there without fear of disrupting airflow ?
HAWK spotlight bracket, black, Honda Africa Twin http://www.amazon.co.uk/spotlight-bracket-black-Honda-Africa/dp/B0052DWLLG
I used them for two rides and then sold the AT so in very good condition. I mounted the CREE spotlights from e bay as and they worked a treat.
£35 inc postage for the...
I bought these spotlights and want to fit them over the weekend.
it states on the package : Halogen Driving lights : H3-12V 55W
I have bought a on/off switch, and the plan is to run wires from the battery through a fuse to the switch and from here to the lights.
I have never done this...
ive been wiring up my spotlights using a realy and inle fuse etc.
so far ive connected a direct feed( with in line fuse) to the relay (connector 30)
ive got the earth comming from connector 85
and the output to the spotlights comming from 87
im stuck on the feed for the...
Just spent the evening fitting Ring 55W foglights to the TA using their 'easy fit' wiring kit.
All works perfectly - question is;
The only way I could get them to work was to earth each light to the earth wire on the headlight connector.
1) Is that OK to do? (Tried drilling a hole in the...
Ok since my heated grips got torn off in accident thinking of scrapping them and fitting spotlights. Only problem is do they need separate wireing or can they somhow be attached to the main beam function?
Not sure what I am asking for here but Mr M has bought me some spots for Twinkletoes and apparently I need a feed :confused: for him to be able to fit them.
Any suggestions where to get it from
Well after about 5 hours fiddling about and about 8 blown fuses I have eventually got spotlights fitted. I had to re-route the TomTom Rider and cigar lighter to make room but think it's worth it. Now to find some country lanes to test them out in the dark.
I rigged up a switch rather than...
Since i do a fair amount of riding in the dark and Winter is closing in fast it seems, i thought of fitting additional lights to my bike.
Now the questions is,can i mount spots onto my crashbars without the vibration of the engine destroying the bulbs?
What would be the best/cheapest option be...