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post #1 of 5 Old 02-23-2010, 09:22 AM Thread Starter
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WTB: Dual headlight for 919

Looking for a used set of dominator or similar headlight setup for the 919.

http://www.streetfightersinc.com/ima...izonaBlack.jpg

Looking for a used set because I just can't justify the price tag. Maybe someone got bored of theirs or sold the bike and went back to stock?

It's worth a try.

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Hmm... how much are they asking for those? Because I just got this pair...it's on sale for $119 here.

And from what I've read from another post on here, it's pre-wired to split the single H4 to dual H4s. So it's pretty much plug and play, except for the mess of a cable inside the stock housing..

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Thanks for the link. That's about the best price I've seen. Ebay had them for about $130 but I was hoping to score a set for like $75. I'll just have to cough up the cash.

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I got mine a couple of days ago. Simple bolt on and plug in (pre-wired). There are also a two smaller bulbs in each housing that are wired separately from the main bulbs, but only one + and one ground for both lights. Haven't quite figured out its use yet... I could separate and run them to the turn signals, but still figuring how it's suppose to be used wired as it is.

I also have to figure out where to put all those extra wires that was tucked inside the stock housing. I'm thinking of putting them in an enclosure and somehow mounting it underneath the headlights. Cuz it sure looks fugly with all the wires out. Even when it's zip-tied.

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I got mine a couple of days ago. Simple bolt on and plug in (pre-wired). There are also a two smaller bulbs in each housing that are wired separately from the main bulbs, but only one + and one ground for both lights. Haven't quite figured out its use yet... I could separate and run them to the turn signals, but still figuring how it's suppose to be used wired as it is.

I also have to figure out where to put all those extra wires that was tucked inside the stock housing. I'm thinking of putting them in an enclosure and somehow mounting it underneath the headlights. Cuz it sure looks fugly with all the wires out. Even when it's zip-tied.
Nice! Thanks for the reply. Did you order them from the site you linked earlier?

I think I read that some of them come prewired for turn signals. I haven't seen anyone use them like that. That might be what you found.

Will you post another pic or two of the wire mess you have left or the updated fix?

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