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Old 10-27-2012, 05:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Real easy install guys n gals.... This is an H4 5K(white) H.I.D. Kit that i decided to install for night rides and works real well!!!
This is the only way you can install it to your Stryker without having to splice into the wire harness and voiding the warranty.

Just insert the cable into the hole of your headlight bucket and connect the "2" prong connector to your factory harness




Obviously you have to remove the plastic pieces on both sides of the bike.
I used zip ties for now to hold the black square piece in place thats above the frame of the bike


Cable with rectangular piece goes around and under the right side of the bar and left side remains where its at


Connect them together to the H4 bulb harness and put back plastic covers on both sides of bike and your done!!!
Took less than 5 min to do, Im planning on buying some 1" shrink tube to cover the wire better and so it somewhat
weather proofs it???






[size=12pt]If anyone is interested in this product send me a PM. I have some for sale!!!
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Old 10-27-2012, 08:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Good write up. Just the way I had planned on doing mine.
If these are the ones with the Hi/Lo bulb I'll take one. LMK
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Can you show a picture at night with the new bulb? And like Joe asked, is it a high/low version?
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Old 10-27-2012, 10:55 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Its just a Low But Bright As ****!!! Ill Post Up A Pic Tonight...... Ima Check If I Have The Hi/Low Version & What The Co$t Is? Ill Get Back To You On That
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Id be interested in a Hi/Lo
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What I meant as a Hi/Lo bulb...................has two bulbs in the bulb. Has a HID and a Xenon. Just in case the HID goes out, switch to Xenon by using Hi/Lo switch. If you have running lights guess don't have to worry.

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I know this is an old thread. I just installed a Bi-Xenon 35 watt slim ballast 6k HID kit using this method. I only wished I found this thread before I installed it. Would have made the wire routing quicker instead of working with trial and error. The light works awesome though. Other then it blew the headlight fuse when I first turned it on. Replaced the fuse and picked up a bunch of spares for that just in case.

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WLFPAK 65, where did you get the HID kit from? Link would be appreciated. Thanks.
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WLFPAK 65, where did you get the HID kit from? Link would be appreciated. Thanks.
I haven't seen wlfpak on here in many moons.

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i installed this kit in both our bikes and they are great at night he also has the others if you dont want the 8000. http://www.ebay.com/itm/H4-Motorcycl...item5658f9e1e0
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