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Jeff in Massachusetts
Clear plastic cover popped off one side during the first ride. This was the exhaust side so I assumed it must have been the heat. 3 rides later the other lens popped off. Waste of money and time.Read All Reviews
PAUL in MD
After installing a dual-sport Baja kit to my 2011 Yamaha WR450 and making the modification to the stock OEM stator, the OEM stator didn't last very long. So I chose the Trail Tech stator because of good reviews and I had purchased other Quality Trail Tech Dirt Bike Speedometers/Computers before, with good success. In the picture at this link you can see how much better the Tail Tech Stator is. Its the one of the right,. The Trail Tech is much beefier. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xha0JmpI5Zg The real reason that I'm writing this review, is because after the Stator installation, a short was created . I finally located the problem in the original Baja kit. If you added a key switch, there is a blue wire between the Ignition Key (3 way plug) to the Middle harness (6 way plug). This wire caused the short. Note that the new Trail Tech stator comes with a Ignition Jumper which basically adds a single wire to the ignition from the new Trail Tech Regulator. So with the new Trail Tech Ignition wire installed and the blue wire mentioned above removed, the bike charges at a solid 13.7 volts. Even at a low idle and high beam on, it still charges at 12.5 volts or so. I also installed the Trail Tech Voyager GPS, which shows battery voltage and this is how I can monitor the performance of the new stator. The short described above caused me several hours of anguish and lots of 15A fuses. So I hope this helps you!Read All Reviews
James in Colorado
Good: Fit and finish is great. Lights are bright and easily visible during the daytime. Harness is a good length and goes together well. Bad: The headlight switch was a little confusing to get working. The black wire isn't a ground but a B+ feed, and there is nowhere on the harness for it to go. The wiring diagrams call this wire "Main". In my mind it should be a red wire and have somewhere on the rest of the harness to plug into.Read All Reviews
Jared in ID
I got these as a replacement because my stock lights are big and ugly. However; do not overtighten them or you will pull out the threaded inserts. They just thread into plastic. If you need cheap lights these work good, but be careful with the install.Read All Reviews