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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-07-2017, 02:03 PM Thread Starter
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Burgman 650 Aux driving fog led lights installation

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I was trying to find a point to install my new led lights.

Got these of eBay.

I think the best location is... check the pics.

I tried to find a similar post but there was not any so there you are.

Have these around 6 months now, not a problem whatsoever.

We do not have the best roads in Greece, a lot of bumps, potholes, etc.

I put washers from both sides and connected these to switch on with high beam.

Just need to take off the fairing, consider doing this during service.

I did it when checking valve clearance.
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I like the fact that someone had the guts to drill into their fairing. Good job.
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hahahahahaa Mike.

Question glampr, why did you choose on the fairing and not down by the wheel?
2nd question, did you use rubber washers to sit between the metal washers in order to cushion the metal rubbing against your plastic fairing? Or to help cushion the torquing that the light will do against the fairing?

Looks good.
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Looks good,been pondering whether to fit pair of these to my 650,although my 2016 model has the two lower lights I don't think they're bright enough.Guess there are led lights that would fit in the standard small light?
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Looks good man. I would have put them on the forks but they look good where you have them.

Care to share which lights you used?

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How do they work? My tiny Walmat brand lights on my forks I can't even notice if they're on or off, lol.
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How do they work? My tiny Walmat brand lights on my forks I can't even notice if they're on or off, lol.
I think its better to be seen so in that part even the cheap ones help. But the better Cree Chip LED lights will help at night.
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I think its better to be seen so in that part even the cheap ones help. But the better Cree Chip LED lights will help at night.
You're right, looking at them they seem very bright.
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