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    @Symon: in case your weight is can. 100kg like mine :'-( .... the 500 might be the better option.
    For offroad 300cc is enough and with the 500 you must have a sensitive throttle hand otherwise you see your rear wheel suddenly in front of you. (At least when you have removed all restriction)

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  2. #142 Re: SHINERAY HUSQVARNA branded S.W.M 
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    Shuben,

    Over the last 18 months I have lost some weight, now I am about 80 KGs. From my ride on the Husqvarna TE 300 ( which was a bit over powered for me ) I think the 300 will work out fine. And as long as it can cruise at 100 kph on the roads I will be happy.

    I will go to see the local dealer after the holidays to see if I can work out a deal :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShuBen View Post
    The LED we bought is not cheap but high quality.
    The light output is in my opinion worth the investment.
    We had concern that the cooler strips would get too hot and burn the wire harness.
    This is not the case. The real heat spot is just at the strip exit from housing.
    I opened the strip to loops and put them cross over in each other which keeps the cables away from the hot spot.

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    After a 100km run I checked again immediately on arrival and found the strip touchable hand warm.

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    Of course I dont know whether cheaper products have same conditions.

    One thing I find very annoying and this is the left electrical hand control.
    Completely untypical they have placed the horn switch in the center and the turn signal down while on all other bikes i owned it was vice versa.
    I never find the horn when needed and must look all time to switch turn signals. After getting on my GS i am confused once again.

    I have ordered a YBR250 left control block and will (if necessary) re wire it. In case the quality is satisfying I consider to replace right too to keep same design.
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    I want to upgrade my bikes bulbs to these but am worried about wattage. These are 42W and stock bulbs on my bike are 35W.
    Do you think installing 2x42W instead 2x35W will be a problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by modron View Post
    I want to upgrade my bikes bulbs to these but am worried about wattage. These are 42W and stock bulbs on my bike are 35W.
    Do you think installing 2x42W instead 2x35W will be a problem?
    A LED LIGHT with 45 W output is about 22 W current draw.
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    If you use the same spec as mine it shouldn't be a problem. My bike runs now for about 7k km trouble free with that setup.

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    Thanks for the speedy reply guys. Ill prolly put them on next weekend.

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    35W...42W....55W... I think its what they take not the output but I might be wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by modron View Post
    Thanks for the speedy reply guys. Ill prolly put them on next weekend.

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    35W...42W....55W... I think its what they take not the output but I might be wrong.
    That is my point a 100 W LED will only draw 50 W from the engine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prince666 View Post
    That is my point a 100 W LED will only draw 50 W from the engine.
    Really? Sounds a bit confusing to me.
    Always thought that 100W is 100W juts the light output differs with technology which is measured in lumens.
    Anyway, as long as my alternator can cope with 2x42W LEDs ill be happy. And as long as my wiring wont burn of course ;)
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    ShuBen has already kindly pointed out, it works with no problem or burns outs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prince666 View Post
    ShuBen has already kindly pointed out, it works with no problem or burns outs.
    For which Im grateful. Will install over the weekend. Thanks
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