Motorcycle Headlight Relay Wiring Harness Kits for Motorcycles, Gives you Maximum lighting output, fits Most Makes and Models
These are high quality Fog Lamp, and Headlight relay Kits, Plug and play, super clean
looking, a few different styles to chose from. Hi Quality super light sealed Panasonic
EW relays manufactured in Japan, Hi temp flameproof sleeving, Cross-
All you need to do is, run the harness, connect your H4 headlamp connectors, secure
the harness, and connect the battery cables. No more voltage drop through the handle
bar switches or under-
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If you have any Questions, please feel free to Email me at: Joe@cycleterminal.com
Headlight Relay and Harness Kit for Mounting Relays inside the Headlight Housing
All quality components, totally plug and play, super light and reliable. This Kit Relays Mount in the Headlight.
Main leads are 61” Inch’s long.
H4 Connector lead is 7” inch’s.
Removable fused battery cable for easy installation through the headlight housing.
you get 10 wire ties to secure the harness to the bike.
Remove your headlight lens, run the battery cable through the housing, and properly secure the harness to the frame, leaving plenty of cable for the handle bars to turn completely in both directions, find a nice spot in the housing to secure the relays and the base of the harness, plug your existing H4 headlight connector into the male connector, and the H4 Headlamp connector to your headlamp bulb, hook up your battery cables, and your good to go.
Voltage drop and Headlight output: Decreases lighting output by as much as 20%
Near a bulb's working design Voltage, a drop of only a half of a Volt results in a halogen bulb producing much less light. Many bikes have shown a 1 or even 2 Volt drop at the bulb, and I have confirmed this on my own Bikes. And this is also on new or like new Bikes.
After installing my relay kit, you will have a drop of ~.1 Volt, That's 1/10th of a Volt in case you miss the decimal. There is always going to be some Voltage drop, This is normal with any switch contact. But this is about the minimum possible. This low Voltage drop is the proof that the system is a good one. All the wiring, connectors, and components are working as they should.
Headlight and Starter Switch’s
Headlight switches and starter (this is how your headlight turns off when you hit the starter button) switch’s are usually a weak part of a bike's electrical system. Even with a stock 55/60 watt bulb, headlight switches and connectors can break down early in a bike's life. This is because ALL of the electricity that goes to your headlight bulb is passing through those little switch contacts in your handlebar switch units. Note: Some bikes do actually come with headlight relays, but the number is few. Even on newer Bikes.
Aux Fog light Relay Harness Kit for Rigid Industries LED Light Bars -
All quality components, totally plug and play, super light and reliable. This one is mounted behind a windscreen or fairing.
This unit comes with 52” Inch main battery leads, 15 AMP fuse, Amphenol-
and 8 wire ties.
RILRK1 $29.45 each