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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-06-2018, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
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looking for picture of later B4 LED headlights on

guys could i see a pic of what the B4 later generation headlight with LED looks like on? especially want to see what the LED DRL looks like? debating taking a B3 headlight on my 2004 Brutale 750 but that would be more work than the bolt on one from later B4s.

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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-07-2018, 05:49 AM
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I would be interested in this too, I have had a few assemblies on the front of my 2007, including the twin dominator style, and at the moment I have round twin projector light with DRLs, cheap Chinese unit bought for effect rather than too much function, like the style now so would like to find a more robust equivalent.

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I too have been thinking about this - can't decide whether to get a unit and mount into the original B4 unit or go for a B3 light. Anyone know how hard/what's involved in the wiring changes too?

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thank you so much!
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post #6 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-08-2018, 01:18 PM Thread Starter
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i'd really like to use the B3 headlight but am sure will be more work vs the basic bolt of the latter generation B4 that requires a simple plug wiring harness change.

i plan on taking my bike tot he local dealership and checking out in person what these new b3 headlights entail mounting wise on the forks but it's somewhat far and haven't foun teh time to do so. would love to be in contact with you as we make progress on this project
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You'll need to purchase some goodies...but it's all doable on your bike.

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I changed my Brutale 910S using daymaker, the model like the Dragster RVS1 headlamp.
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IMO...Nice mod, it's the best non-standard Brutale headlight conversion I've seen.

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I changed my Brutale 910S using daymaker, the model like the Dragster RVS1 headlamp.
Looks great, I have one of those but not got to fitting yet, still fiddling with the F4. Can you tell me the back shell used to fit the lamp, mine come without one, just the sealed beam unit. Cheers

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