I wonder why Suzuki didn't install a headlight RELAY.....
I’m in for a set for a 2006 B650 that will be housed under seat shipped to 78681 . PM a total and your PayPal Name.You can get that Headlight Relay kit off of Ebay for less. From $9.32 USD up. This harness will require running a main set of wires from the battery up to the front. And the wires may need cut and shortened as they are for a car with wide headlights.
Here's a deal, I will make a set of these made to fit a Burgman 650 for cost + shipping and it will be a plug and play. Turn around time will be the shipping from China, time to modify the harness and shipping to you. I can get 2 sets to have on hand but I can not stock 20 of these on a whim. Rough guess is about $15 +/- each + shipping in a USPS flat rate box.
I do not want to make anything on this. Just a simple PayPal for payment. If you feel obliged to pay more than just my costs, donate the excess to a Homeless Veterans group.
You will still need to fish the main power wire down to the battery. The relays will be under the seat or in the left or right cubby up front.
I could make a set for the AN400 and UH200 groups but I do not have a bike to fit it to. And the 400 has H4 and H7 on different years. A H7 bulb will plug into a H4 socket but I do not know off the top of my head if it is plug and play.
This mod will remove the amperage off the Ignition and the Headlight switches. The twin headlights draw between 8 to 10 Amps.
No, nothing bad. But you must keep the rain from getting to the relays.As I planned and failed to do the relay mod last year, and so I plan to make it in the next months, I have a question:
why not put the relays between the two front light?
I've put a fuse on the side of the battery (where the connectors for the computer and another fuse), run a couple of big wires along the frame, then to the airbox, and they comes out over the horn.
I've bought a pair of male/female connectors made for the bulbs, and the plan is to use them to put the relays "between" the original wiring and the bulbs. The two relays will stay in the tiny space between the two front lights.
There's something bad in this idea?
Yup. My reasoning is that the relays, if using isolated fastons or shrinking tubes, will be as waterproof as the OEM connectors, so even a good rubber tape wrapping will suffice.No, nothing bad. But you must keep the rain from getting to the relays.
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