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Replacement headlight options

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I just purchased a 2009 WR450F, and it came with a broken headlight assembly.  The outside plastics and lens are fine, but the assembly behind it is broken.  I priced out the replacement yamaha assembly, but was wondering if people had any better mods that still look similar to stock, but with LED's or other improvements?

 

Thanks,

 

Jeff

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Jeff,

 

My 2008 WR450F is running the 2015 WR450F head light assembly with a Cyclops LED bulb. But just upgrading to the newer headlight the stock charging output had a hard time keeping the battery up. I added a Trail Tech 100w stator. 

 

Should be tons of pictures on Instagram @motohammer

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I just purchased a 2009 WR450F, and it came with a broken headlight assembly.  The outside plastics and lens are fine, but the assembly behind it is broken.  I priced out the replacement yamaha assembly, but was wondering if people had any better mods that still look similar to stock, but with LED's or other improvements?

 

Thanks,

 

Jeff

 

Jeff,

 

Bailey here at Baja Designs.  We are NOW offering AC LED Headlight Replacements (Pre-Order ETA 10/2016) for bikes with limited electrical output.  You can easily run one of our Squadron or S2 LED Race Lights with NO electrical system modifications.  Also plugs into your factory wiring!  In return you get at least 3-5x more usable light at night and increased safety and awareness during the daytime.  This allows for a much more enjoyable riding experience during Day or Night  Please take a look at the options below for you 2009 WR450F:

www.bajadesigns.com -  http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/1202553-new-baja-designs-ac-circuit-for-led-lighting-easily-run-lights-on-almost-any-bike/

   

 

557001BUAC_n.jpg

 

 

2003-'11 WR450F - 100W AC 

https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/LED-Motorcycle-Lighting.asp

 

Squadron Sport, AC LED Race Light, BLUE (SKU: 557001BUAC)

20W / 1,800 Lumens - $219.95 ------ $197.95 TT

 

S2 Pro, AC LED Race Light, BLUE (SKU: 487001BUAC)

20W / 2,150 Lumens - $269.95 ------ $242.95 TT

 

Squadron Pro, AC LED Race Light, BLUE (SKU: 497001BUAC)

40W / 4,900 Lumens - $299.95 ------ $269.95 TT

 

 

Full Thread on our AC Lights can be found here (ETA: 10/2016)!

http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/1202553-new-baja-designs-ac-circuit-for-led-lighting-easily-run-lights-on-almost-any-bike/

 

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to order with TT discount.

www.bajadesigns.com

 

 

Thank You,

Bailey, Baja Designs

(800)422-5292x114

bailey@bajadesigns.com

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Jeff,

Bailey here at Baja Designs. We are NOW offering AC LED Headlight Replacements (Pre-Order ETA 10/2016) for bikes with limited electrical output. You can easily run one of our Squadron or S2 LED Race Lights with NO electrical system modifications. Also plugs into your factory wiring! In return you get at least 3-5x more usable light at night and increased safety and awareness during the daytime. This allows for a much more enjoyable riding experience during Day or Night Please take a look at the options below for you 2009 WR450F:

www.bajadesigns.com - http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/1202553-new-baja-designs-ac-circuit-for-led-lighting-easily-run-lights-on-almost-any-bike/

557001BUAC_n.jpg

2003-'11 WR450F - 100W AC

https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/LED-Motorcycle-Lighting.asp

Squadron Sport, AC LED Race Light, BLUE (SKU: 557001BUAC)

20W / 1,800 Lumens - $219.95 ------ $197.95 TT

S2 Pro, AC LED Race Light, BLUE (SKU: 487001BUAC)

20W / 2,150 Lumens - $269.95 ------ $242.95 TT

Squadron Pro, AC LED Race Light, BLUE (SKU: 497001BUAC)

40W / 4,900 Lumens - $299.95 ------ $269.95 TT

Full Thread on our AC Lights can be found here (ETA: 10/2016)!

http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/1202553-new-baja-designs-ac-circuit-for-led-lighting-easily-run-lights-on-almost-any-bike/

Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to order with TT discount.

www.bajadesigns.com

Thank You,

Bailey, Baja Designs

(800)422-5292x114

bailey@bajadesigns.com

Ive been wanting to put a 2012+ wr headlight on my 07 running the baja xl pro led set up (SKU 507001) - i didnt want to mod the bike to an all dc setup which is why it hasnt been done yet-

Since you can now run them with stock wiring is there a way to add a hi and low function on the led setup running ac current? The bike sees alot of street duty and i would definitely need to dim the light down on a low setting to avoid blinding fellow motorists.

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Ive been wanting to put a 2012+ wr headlight on my 07 running the baja xl pro led set up (SKU 507001) - i didnt want to mod the bike to an all dc setup which is why it hasnt been done yet-

Since you can now run them with stock wiring is there a way to add a hi and low function on the led setup running ac current? The bike sees alot of street duty and i would definitely need to dim the light down on a low setting to avoid blinding fellow motorists.

 

Do you currently have the (SKU 507001) XL Pro?  If not, we will be offering the same light in an AC version soon.  If you do currently have the XL Pro, please shoot me a message.  We can modify the unit to accept the new AC module. 

 

The XL Pro is the only light that can currently be dimmed on AC due to the built in dimming feature in the circuit board (25% Mode).  You can utilize this on AC by adding the optional mode switch to your handlebars (SKU 660061) for $26.95 TT.  This will allow you to maintain a "street friendly" setup without major modifications. 

https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/xl-pro-sport-motorcycle-mode-switch-wire-harness.asp

 

All you need to do is connect one wire coming from the mode switch to your XL Pro and run the other wire to a ground. 

 

Thank You,

Bailey, Baja Designs

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Do you currently have the (SKU 507001) XL Pro?  If not, we will be offering the same light in an AC version soon.  If you do currently have the XL Pro, please shoot me a message.  We can modify the unit to accept the new AC module. 

 

The XL Pro is the only light that can currently be dimmed on AC due to the built in dimming feature in the circuit board (25% Mode).  You can utilize this on AC by adding the optional mode switch to your handlebars (SKU 660061) for $26.95 TT.  This will allow you to maintain a "street friendly" setup without major modifications. 

https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/xl-pro-sport-motorcycle-mode-switch-wire-harness.asp

 

All you need to do is connect one wire coming from the mode switch to your XL Pro and run the other wire to a ground. 

 

Thank You,

Bailey, Baja Designs

Nice!! Definitely on my list of things to do here real soon.

Is the switch just a simple on/off switch? It appears that way in the pics- o dont have much room on my bars as the bike is wired up with switches from a mid 2000's yamaha r6- would it be possible to use the hi/low headlight switch that is currently on the bike for this function?

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Nice!! Definitely on my list of things to do here real soon.

Is the switch just a simple on/off switch? It appears that way in the pics- o dont have much room on my bars as the bike is wired up with switches from a mid 2000's yamaha r6- would it be possible to use the hi/low headlight switch that is currently on the bike for this function?

 

Correct.  It is just a push button switch that triggers the light to go into dimmed mode.  It might be possible for you to modify your switch to use instead of the read push button.  It would require ground to be applied to the green wire on low and ground to be removed from the green wire on high.  Definitely a custom setup and could possibly be do able.

 

Thank You,

Bailey, Baja Designs

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Correct.  It is just a push button switch that triggers the light to go into dimmed mode.  It might be possible for you to modify your switch to use instead of the read push button.  It would require ground to be applied to the green wire on low and ground to be removed from the green wire on high.  Definitely a custom setup and could possibly be do able.

 

Thank You,

Bailey, Baja Designs

With the TT discount what would be the price of both items shipped to zip code 44833?

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With the TT discount what would be the price of both items shipped to zip code 44833?

 

This will be a custom PRE-Order (ETA 10/13/16) since we do not have that model available in AC yet.  Here is what we can do for you!

 

XL Pro, WR250/450F, 12-15 (507001)

https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/xl-pro-yamaha-wr250f-2015-wr450f-2012-2015.asp

$374.95 ------ $337.45 (TT 800-422-5292x114)

 

AC Version Upgrade - Custom (990000)

$50.00 ------ $45.00 (TT 800-422-5292x114)

 

XL Mode Switch (660061)

https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/xl-pro-sport-motorcycle-mode-switch-wire-harness.asp

$29.95 ------ $26.95 (TT 800-422-5292x114)

 

Shipping to 44833 

$15.00 via UPS Ground.

 

 

You are looking at a grand total of $419.40 w/ a TT savings of $50.50.  Please give me a call at (800)-422-5292x114 to order!  

 

Thank You,

Bailey, Baja Designs

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