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Can anyone identify these spotlights, or the mounting bracketry?

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It all came with the bike, and I have no way to contact the previous owner to enquire, but one of our fellow forum users asked about them , so on the off chance....

 

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IMO the brackets look home made by a decent fabricator. I could be wrong though. You're on you own for the lights. Never seen any like that....

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16 hours ago, Stew said:

It all came with the bike, and I have no way to contact the previous owner to enquire, but one of our fellow forum users asked about them , so on the off chance....

 

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Could be this without casings ? 

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4 minutes ago, Tripletrouble said:

Could be this without casings ? 

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Oh ya beauty! That is exactly what they are. I'm swapping them out for something that doesn't show blue lights on the front, it's just begging to be pulled with blue showing :)

 

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The light bar that the brackets attach to looks like the factory Yamaha setup (I think it is sold in the EU only).

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1 hour ago, draco_1967 said:

The light bar that the brackets attach to looks like the factory Yamaha setup (I think it is sold in the EU only).

Thanks, I'll have a look on the yamaha eu site and check.

Much appreciate all the helpfulness on here.

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2 hours ago, Stew said:

Oh ya beauty! That is exactly what they are. I'm swapping them out for something that doesn't show blue lights on the front, it's just begging to be pulled with blue showing :)

 

It might just be the angle of the photo but with them being behind/ under the beak, they don't seem to be much benefit.

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Exactly, they do nothing, but attract attention (which is partly their purpose I suppose) , but not the sort of attention I need.
I'm sure you have similar laws about showing blue lights.
I quite like having a license :)

 

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46 minutes ago, Stew said:

Exactly, they do nothing, but attract attention (which is partly their purpose I suppose) , but not the sort of attention I need.
I'm sure you have similar laws about showing blue lights.
I quite like having a license :)

 

A licence is overrated. They tell people wear you live so they can send you fines haha. I have smaller 10w Chinese leds that I put on a separate switch. Think I paid about £10.00 pair. They look whitish, but blue at a different angle. It seems common with a lot leds.  I just have mine pointing forwards, it gives me a bit of presence when going round narrow country lanes, it makes the bike look bigger and more imposing. I don’t use them at night because people will think I ride a BMW.  😱
 

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42 minutes ago, betoney said:

It might just be the angle of the photo but with them being behind/ under the beak, they don't seem to be much benefit.

That’s what I thought when I fitted mine, quite high up under beak, but when your in a car looking at them, yes, they’re effective. 

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