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Old 09-25-2012, 02:40 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Do you provide any kind of warranty on the work you do? Also, when you ship the head light assembly back do you put insurance on it? And where do you work out of? If close enough do you allow drop offs?


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All our products come with a 1 year warranty on parts and labor.
I always insure the retrofit shipments for the value of a new headlight + the cost of the retrofit.

I'm in Jacksonville, FL, and can do onsite installations if you are close enough.
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For international shipping, what shipping provider do you use?
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I use USPS Priority mail, which is the only reasonably priced carrier for international shipments, UPS, FedEx, DHL, they all cost 3-5 times more.
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So how would one add LED Flexible Light Strip to this install?
I mean these LED strips have adhesive backing, so where exactly would you stick it to?
Any ideas or pictures?

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I must miss it but what is the switch for? is it necessarily?
Very interested in getting a set for my 650 and get it done over winter.
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I must miss it but what is the switch for? is it necessarily?
Very interested in getting a set for my 650 and get it done over winter.
If you get 1 switch you can wire it to either turn off the Halo effect while keeping the HIDs on. Or... you can wire it to turn the HIDs off while keeping the Halo effect on, like I did.
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So how would one add LED Flexible Light Strip to this install?
I mean these LED strips have adhesive backing, so where exactly would you stick it to?
Any ideas or pictures?

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The LED strips have adhesive backing, you simply stick them right behind the clear lens of the headlight. I also recommend once you stick them on, to apply a little clear silicone on the back of the led strips to make sure they dont get unglued. so stick them on and apply silicone on the back of the strip.

its very simple to install.

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Very interested in getting a set for my 650 and get it done over winter.
The switch is so you can turn off the hid's and only have the halo rings running with the headlights off. if you want to control the halos you will need a 2nd switch.
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borka, I'm very interested in buying a set of the projectors, but I didn't see anywhere about how to install the demon eyes. What extra steps are required to install those?

I've read on other forums that some people have issues with the 55W HIDs melting the front clear plastic lens of the headlight housing. Do you know anything about this?

What are the corner LED lights listed on the product page? Do they go where the stock DTR lights are?

There is an option for up to 3 switches on the product page, what would 3 switches allow you to do? Does it allow for individual control of the halos, demon eyes, and HIDs separately from each other?
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borka, I'm very interested in buying a set of the projectors, but I didn't see anywhere about how to install the demon eyes. What extra steps are required to install those?

I've read on other forums that some people have issues with the 55W HIDs melting the front clear plastic lens of the headlight housing. Do you know anything about this?

What are the corner LED lights listed on the product page? Do they go where the stock DTR lights are?

There is an option for up to 3 switches on the product page, what would 3 switches allow you to do? Does it allow for individual control of the halos, demon eyes, and HIDs separately from each other?
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Use the 250R how-to for the demon eyes install, its the same process, you simply open the projector with 4 screws and glue the demon eye rings inside.
HOW-TO: Install BKMOTO BiXenon HID projectors with angel eyes halos 2008+ Ninja 250R

I've sold lots of 55w hid kits and no one ever reported of heat or melting issues, i think you are looking at regular 55w hid kits which have more heat in the headlight, with our 55w projector hid's all the heat is trapped inside the projector, if you actually touch the clear lens where the light is emitted its not hot at all.

The corner led lights are replacement led light bulbs for the regular corner lights in your headlight, they look much better than the yellowish little halogen bulbs that are in there now.

The switches are needed if you want to control the hid's on/off, angel/demon eyes on/off etc... if you have no extra switches, then when you start the bike everything lights up, and no way to turn anything off. so each accessory needs 1 on/off switch if you want to be able to turn it off.

with demon eyes you need a minimum of 1 switch on the hids as the demon eyes are not visible unless the hid's are off.
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That's a great how-to there on the demon eyes install. Thank you!
It would be really nice if we could get a few pictures on how to install the led strip correctly.
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