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Hey guys,

I searched with no luck, can anyone post a link to a plug-and-play headlight modulator for the 900?

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I just did a quick search and found this one, I think there are universal but I could be wrong.


 

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I just did a quick search and found this one, I think there are universal but I could be wrong.


I was looking for a true plug-and-play model... but thanks for the link.
 

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truckie, Bob's got it. I just re-activated a thread on this, but in case you can't find it, here's the gist. Kisan Pathblazer & Tailblazer Modulator. H4 Silver or Phillips Motovision Bulbs (Phillips seems to be the preferred). I'm waiting for info on price (Kisans' are cheaper if bought together)and where to buy, and if you need to change the bulb with it....

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you guys are great, my bike thanks you, my wallet hates you LOL
 

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Yep...working flawlessly for 2 years so far...true plug and play...plays well with a Wagner 1210 also.
thanks for the input, where did you mount the module and the light sensor?
 

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thanks for the input, where did you mount the module and the light sensor?
The module will just sit loosely in the headlight shell. I routed the light sensor out the back of the shell and tywrapped it with very small black tywraps along the throttle cables.

BTW, I just replaced my first Wagner 1210 after 2 years and 25k+ miles of service with the modulator. As expected, the high beam filament went south. And I can easily live with a 2 year life expectancy for the bulb.
 

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The module will just sit loosely in the headlight shell. I routed the light sensor out the back of the shell and tywrapped it with very small black tywraps along the throttle cables.

BTW, I just replaced my first Wagner 1210 after 2 years and 25k+ miles of service with the modulator. As expected, the high beam filament went south. And I can easily live with a 2 year life expectancy for the bulb.
Thank you sir!
 

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Wind, what is the Wagner 1210? Thanks in advance...

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MAC,

Wagner 1210 is a brighter replacement H4 bulb...

http://www.vulcanforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=6766&highlight=modifications said:
Wagner BP 1210 80/100 H4 bulb for brighter head light, direct replacement Under $15 from NAPA
 

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