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    KTM SX 250 2T Lights

    G'day,

    I want to B class my SX has anyone here fitted lights to there MX bike preferably a SX. I believe it to be possible but can't find any detailed information on it.

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    You can buy kits but they are $$ easy to make your own harness add a hydraulic brake light switch. Why do you want to B class it ??

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    Won't I need a different Stator and a voltage reg?

    Thinking of doing some enduros.
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    Easiest by far is a total loss system. i.e. onboard battery, with no power supply from stator.

    Doing stator is usually very exxy, rather than a few hundred. Some use a battery from a cordless drill system.

    Not sure if you can swap the stator etc from the road reg models or not...?
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    Im thinking of B classing my yz eventually to do proper enduros. But i was just going to run it off a seperate battery.
    You know there is a fair few races you can do through out tge season that dont require any rego.
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    http://www.smallcoilrewinds.com.au/
    These kits look like a good option. Same stator and no battery to go flat.
    Just wondering if I knew the components I need if I could buy them individually cheaper?
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    B class is old hat your better off doing the one event rego fellas.

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    Still need to have lights and hold a RE license for one day rego. At least that's what I read originally, has that changed Marty MOOSE ?
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    Not changed but you just need to go basic and cheap with the lights. Small battery to power them no need for a stator and mega dollar set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty MOOSE View Post
    Not changed but you just need to go basic and cheap with the lights. Small battery to power them no need for a stator and mega dollar set up.

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    pushbike light kit be enough?
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    No must be a proper headlight. You could use the led in a headlight housing and the batteries
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    Can pick up knock off Acerbis headlights on ebay for next to nothing.
    Setting rear brake switch is easy enough but what about front? Do u fit a brake perch from a road goung bike or just not bother?
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    No front switch required

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Mike View Post
    Can pick up knock off Acerbis headlights on ebay for next to nothing.
    Setting rear brake switch is easy enough but what about front? Do u fit a brake perch from a road goung bike or just not bother?
    You can get the hydraulic pressure switches aftermarket, replaces the banjo bolt. I've bought a few from Torpedo7 for about $15 each.
    As Marty says... not needed, but easy enough to get.
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