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Old 01-27-2014, 03:36 PM   #3826
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Is that an FZ or ?
It's a 2009 FZ6.

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Old 01-30-2014, 10:37 AM   #3827
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Old 01-30-2014, 01:12 PM   #3828
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Which is the hot wire on the LED 30s? Thanks!

On the on/off switch, does it make any difference which side has the power source. Only positive is hooked to the switch , correct? I know I am a dumb A$$, but a simple wiring diagram in with the lights would be very helpful. Thanks!
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Old 01-30-2014, 02:05 PM   #3829
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Which is the hot wire on the LED 30s? Thanks!
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On the on/off switch, does it make any difference which side has the power source. Only positive is hooked to the switch , correct? I know I am a dumb A$$, but a simple wiring diagram in with the lights would be very helpful. Thanks!
No difference which side is choosen. Only the positive, correct.

Thanks for the suggestion on diagram.
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Old 01-31-2014, 03:51 PM   #3830
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Old 02-02-2014, 09:14 PM   #3831
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Can anyone comment on how difficult installation is?

I have been reading through page after page of reviews and pictures, but can't seem to find anyone talking about how difficult the installation process is. These lights look fantastic, but I am a bit intimidated by the electrical installation. I am fairly new to motorocycle maintenance in general and have no experience messing with electrical installs on a bike. Anyone care to comment on if I should even attempt this? Also, if you wanted to install these with the OEM switch, how much more work would be required?
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Old 02-02-2014, 09:58 PM   #3832
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I have been reading through page after page of reviews and pictures, but can't seem to find anyone talking about how difficult the installation process is. These lights look fantastic, but I am a bit intimidated by the electrical installation. I am fairly new to motorocycle maintenance in general and have no experience messing with electrical installs on a bike. Anyone care to comment on if I should even attempt this? Also, if you wanted to install these with the OEM switch, how much more work would be required?
If you use Posi-taps, the installation of any electrical equipment becomes a breeze!!

You can find those pretty much anywhere nowadays...

Good luck!!
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Old 02-03-2014, 04:45 AM   #3833
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I have been reading through page after page of reviews and pictures, but can't seem to find anyone talking about how difficult the installation process is. These lights look fantastic, but I am a bit intimidated by the electrical installation. I am fairly new to motorocycle maintenance in general and have no experience messing with electrical installs on a bike. Anyone care to comment on if I should even attempt this? Also, if you wanted to install these with the OEM switch, how much more work would be required?
I did not have any problems hooking them up. I ran the stock headlight and two 60's, wired up to the light switch also. It came with a positap for hooking into the headlight. I also had the dimmer so they were turned down on low beam and full power on high beam. It was don't that hard and he will help with any questions you have. The only thing I am going to recommend it the lens protector if you are going to ride off road and behind your friends.
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Old 02-03-2014, 04:52 AM   #3834
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I have been reading through page after page of reviews and pictures, but can't seem to find anyone talking about how difficult the installation process is. These lights look fantastic, but I am a bit intimidated by the electrical installation. I am fairly new to motorocycle maintenance in general and have no experience messing with electrical installs on a bike. Anyone care to comment on if I should even attempt this? Also, if you wanted to install these with the OEM switch, how much more work would be required?
It's not difficult at all.Disassembling the bike and finding the proper wires to connect to is the difficult part.I suggest getting a quality service manual to aide in disassembling and locating the proper wiring.A knowledgeable DIY guy can probably lend a hand.There maybe someone on the forum will to help out that lives near by.I would keep my lights wired separate from the bikes systems,but include a relay to shut down the lights when the bike is shut down.
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Old 02-03-2014, 07:51 AM   #3835
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Thanks for the info! I actually find a pretty decent set of instructions for mounting the OEM Fog lights on my Tiger 800 XC, and I imagine these would be very similar. After reading through those I am pretty comfortable with taking the bike apart, including taking the gas tank off the bike to get access. Not 100% sure what all wires need to connect where, but hopefully that will make more sense when I am looking at it all. It didn't look like any splicing into other headlight wires was required if put these on a completely different switch however. Are most of you guys wiring it into your high beams? I also didn't see anything specific about making sure power goes off when you turn the bike off, so I am guessing since the bike comes with OEM fog light option, and this is using those, that the power will be turned off when the bike is by default.
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Old 02-03-2014, 08:56 AM   #3836
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Thanks for the info! I actually find a pretty decent set of instructions for mounting the OEM Fog lights on my Tiger 800 XC, and I imagine these would be very similar. After reading through those I am pretty comfortable with taking the bike apart, including taking the gas tank off the bike to get access. Not 100% sure what all wires need to connect where, but hopefully that will make more sense when I am looking at it all. It didn't look like any splicing into other headlight wires was required if put these on a completely different switch however. Are most of you guys wiring it into your high beams? I also didn't see anything specific about making sure power goes off when you turn the bike off, so I am guessing since the bike comes with OEM fog light option, and this is using those, that the power will be turned off when the bike is by default.
You're welcome.Glad you found the info.
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Old 02-03-2014, 01:54 PM   #3837
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Thanks for the info! I actually find a pretty decent set of instructions for mounting the OEM Fog lights on my Tiger 800 XC, and I imagine these would be very similar. After reading through those I am pretty comfortable with taking the bike apart, including taking the gas tank off the bike to get access. Not 100% sure what all wires need to connect where, but hopefully that will make more sense when I am looking at it all. It didn't look like any splicing into other headlight wires was required if put these on a completely different switch however. Are most of you guys wiring it into your high beams? I also didn't see anything specific about making sure power goes off when you turn the bike off, so I am guessing since the bike comes with OEM fog light option, and this is using those, that the power will be turned off when the bike is by default.
We recommend using switched power with one of our led dimmers. Turn bike on, lights come on at the dimmed setting. Need to see, switch high beams on and the lights go to full power. High beam connection is a single wire tap to the high beam positive.
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Old 02-04-2014, 06:27 AM   #3838
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Well John, I think it might be time again for some lights

Getting my new 1150GSA at the end of the week and since so good service and products need to be rewarded I want a new set of lights from you. Now tell me, are you getting releasing some new products in the near future? Don't want to buy your lights now if you have some project flood/spot lights that I might want to have?

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Old 02-05-2014, 07:07 AM   #3839
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Well John, I think it might be time again for some lights

Getting my new 1150GSA at the end of the week and since so good service and products need to be rewarded I want a new set of lights from you. Now tell me, are you getting releasing some new products in the near future? Don't want to buy your lights now if you have some project flood/spot lights that I might want to have?

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Congrats on the new bike!

New products coming are Bar lights, might work on your bike.

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Old 02-05-2014, 07:38 AM   #3840
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Congrats on the new bike!

New products coming are Bar lights, might work on your bike.

I know.Moto forum,but I am seriously considering these for my car.
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