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post #1 of 26 Old 04-15-2016, 07:14 AM Thread Starter
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My winter dual headlights mod.

Hello everyone!
The Russian proverbs: our hands are not for boredom
Headlight from 599 is good upgrade, but I really like the looks like a triumph speed triple, but for some reason I did not buy triumph. So I decided to try install dual large headlight and by good occasion I bought windshield from S3.
I ordered two 5 3/4 headlight from amazon, this size same as on the triumph bikes.

I received my S3 windshield

Begin..
I made 5 cm spacers for stock headlight bucket and for support gauge I made two plates(no photo).

Relocated turn signals on the radiator

Lights on. Light connected via relays

Looks without windscreen

Finally all together

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post #2 of 26 Old 04-15-2016, 07:29 AM
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man, that looks good... You'd blow my mind if you went past... I wouldn't no what I was looking at!

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Excellent, Combining my two favorite bikes.

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Ps can we get a view from the front corner or side?

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That is lovely. Is there any chance I can get you to make and supply me with a kit so that I may do this to my bike ? I'd gladly cover all costs and pay you for your time.
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Ps can we get a view from the front corner or side?
Yes, of course! I will add new photos soon.
My girlfriend is photographer, we will make better pics.

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For support stock gauge, I used stock mount plates 919 horn.

And as the light headlights. Bulb is Osram Night Breaker Unlimited.
High Beam

Low Beam

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Damn, that is a sexy niner. The only part I'm not in love with is the fly screen. but it still looks sexy

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Can we see a few pics from the side ??

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Nevermind- just saw them. Yes, I think I'll try this out next winter as well.

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Very nice job, Hookups! Look great.

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Thanks!

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Damn, that is a sexy niner. The only part I'm not in love with is the fly screen. but it still looks sexy
I agree. The bike looks awesome. The color, the dual lamp setup, but I'm not a fan of windshield either.

Still cool though, nice work!

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Hey everybody!
Another couple pics.
Plans on the future:
Fully re-paint (back to gloss black)
Need make inner housing for S3 windshield and install there power outlet, voltmeter, etc.
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What engine guard/slider setup is that?! I like the look!

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What engine guard/slider setup is that?! I like the look!
Engine guards made in Armor Bike (Small Russian firm).

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Engine guards made in Armor Bike (Small Russian firm).
Thanks! I can't find anything on them, do you have a link to a website?

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Very nice bike build and photos!

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I would also be interested in doing this.
Could you provide a summary with the parts used ? And any tips and tricks for putting this together?

Also how are those turn signals? are they brighter than stock?

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Thanks! I can't find anything on them, do you have a link to a website?
Yes, of course. Website in current time don't works, but they have page in vk.com
https://vk.com/armorbike

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I would also be interested in doing this.
Could you provide a summary with the parts used ? And any tips and tricks for putting this together?

Also how are those turn signals? are they brighter than stock?

Thanks
No problems
You need:
2 x 5 3/4" headlights.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...490_em_1p_0_ti
8 x long nuts M8, I used their is for the spacers for stock headlight bucket. Splace 2 long nuts used heat shring tube for wire.
https://www.google.ru/search?q=long+...lnms&tbm=isch&
sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjT1e6d3ZjMAhWJEywKHeL7AY8Q_AUIBigB &dpr=0.9#imgrc=Kyy3GN4-WdMa2M%3A
4 x 65 mm x M6 metal bolts for the headlight brackets.
For the support stock gauge I used stock horn mount plates, they fit perfect).
1 x speed triple 2008-2010 windshield
2 x small steel angle brackets for mount windshield to stock gauge.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stainless-St.../dp/B00H8PG7F2
And of course, will need to alter the wire, I did everything myself but for you simply buy here. http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Wiring...s/h4_kits.html
You need for H4 dual headlight relay kit.
That's all! Good luck!

These turn signals from Ducati maybe more brightly than stock, but not much.
In any case, i want rizoma signals

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Very nice bike build and photos!




Thanks! I very appreciate your opinion

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Thanks for the info. This should be pined in the to do mods, for those who like the look for it's simplicity
How are the stock bulbs for those headlights? I wonder if you can put some LED ones in there.

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No problems
You need:
2 x 5 3/4" headlights.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...490_em_1p_0_ti
8 x long nuts M8, I used their is for the spacers for stock headlight bucket. Splace 2 long nuts used heat shring tube for wire.
https://www.google.ru/search?q=long+...lnms&tbm=isch&
sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjT1e6d3ZjMAhWJEywKHeL7AY8Q_AUIBigB &dpr=0.9#imgrc=Kyy3GN4-WdMa2M%3A
4 x 65 mm x M6 metal bolts for the headlight brackets.
For the support stock gauge I used stock horn mount plates, they fit perfect).
1 x speed triple 2008-2010 windshield
2 x small steel angle brackets for mount windshield to stock gauge.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stainless-St.../dp/B00H8PG7F2
And of course, will need to alter the wire, I did everything myself but for you simply buy here. http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Wiring...s/h4_kits.html
You need for H4 dual headlight relay kit.
That's all! Good luck!

These turn signals from Ducati maybe more brightly than stock, but not much.
In any case, i want rizoma signals

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