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Does anyone know the name of the 2017+ headlight unit plug? I want to make myself a small jumper cable to run a relay off for some driving lights off my high beam
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Does anyone know the name of the 2017+ headlight unit plug? I want to make myself a small jumper cable to run a relay off for some driving lights off my high beam
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Cheers mate. Think i've worked out the plug (Furukawa FSW 6-Pin). Now its just a matter of trying to find somewhere to buy it, slim pickings it seems in Australia...
 

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I think Alex at Corsa Technic will ship to you. Eastern Beaver is in Japan (expat owner, site is in English), and might be a little cheaper on shipping.
 

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I believe that being seen is just as important as seeing.
Therefore I have some small LED driving lights on permanently, they are powered from one of the Auxiliary power outlets under the dummy scoops at the front of the bike. The triangle of light helps conspicuity.
 

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I believe that being seen is just as important as seeing.
Therefore I have some small LED driving lights on permanently, they are powered from one of the Auxiliary power outlets under the dummy scoops at the front of the bike. The triangle of light helps conspicuity.
Whilst i'd love to this as well, that would be an illegal modification in Australia. Any aftermarket auxilliary lighting must either be mounted to a seperate switch (if its a foglight) or must toggle on and off with the high beams.
 

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Whilst i'd love to this as well, that would be an illegal modification in Australia. Any aftermarket auxilliary lighting must either be mounted to a seperate switch (if its a foglight) or must toggle on and off with the high beams.
Under 10W is considered a daytime running light. With modern LEDs, this means very, very functional DRLs. At night.
 

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Whilst i'd love to this as well, that would be an illegal modification in Australia. Any aftermarket auxilliary lighting must either be mounted to a seperate switch (if its a foglight) or must toggle on and off with the high beams.
Is this correct? Not wishing to be argumentative, but I've read of many owners fitting aux LEDS as DRLs (incl myself, on many bikes) which are permanently ON with the h'light. Usually wired-in through the little grey (gray) aux power terminals.
 

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Is this correct? Not wishing to be argumentative, but I've read of many owners fitting aux LEDS as DRLs (incl myself, on many bikes) which are permanently ON with the h'light. Usually wired-in through the little grey (gray) aux power terminals.
In NSW, up to 10w are DRLs. Technically should be able to turn them off at night, but wiring in a switch while still plugging them in to the aux plug is easy enough.
Up to 7w are considered parking lights, which is what the small strip leds under the main headlights are.
If they're parking lights, they can be on all the time.
 

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On my earlier Tracer 900 GT a pair of aux lighting plugs were located under the mounting plates behind the screen. Where are they to be found on the MT-09 / SP please - and are thee the same? See pic below. TIA...

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On my earlier Tracer 900 GT a pair of aux lighting plugs were located under the mounting plates behind the screen. Where are they to be found on the MT-09 / SP please - and are they the same? See pic below. TIA...

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