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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-18-2005, 08:43 AM Thread Starter
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Merry Christmas or Happy hollidays. Has anybody heard of or used lights made by Motolight ( They have different mounts (fender, caliper, engine guard) and different watt bulbs (35,50). Which wattage bulbs would be better for our electrical systems? If they are good quality,They might not be a bad deal. Any comments would be great. Thanks, Pat.
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Re: Motolights

Do not recommend the light's for the750 to much draw on the electrical system and theyare very expensive jmo.
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Thanks for the reply. I was getting a 50/50 response frome the area Kawasaki dealers on if I could put those lights on my bike or not. Pat
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As I am still a "future" owner of a VN750, I'm not sure if the headlight is a sealed beam or an H4. If it's an H4, I improved my headlight performance greatly in my KZP by replacing the bulb with a Osram Silver Star H4 from
Osram makes Sylvania bulbs and it's the same bulb as the sylvania silverstar. Their prices are hard to beat, at 27.16 a pair, no tax and free shipping. Takes about a week to get the bulbs. These over the OEM bulbs make a huge difference in night driving. I bought a pair, so I have one ready to install in my vulcan when I get it.

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