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Bi-Xenon HID w/ Rocker install wiring map

Hey everyone,
so after much frustration.
I finally have it all installed and working

Big thanks to Sadt3arz for the walkthru
(Sickest Bike Here https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=143593 )

This is for my 03, if that matters

Im very graphically inclined
so I created a wiring map

hope it helps
ENJOY!


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Beautiful schematic. Now for some pics!

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still waiting for a replacement led strip from Ozium, pix will be up as soon as I get it =)

C'mon Deathwish, you know you wanna do it!!!! lol


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still waiting for a replacement led strip from Ozium, pix will be up as soon as I get it =)

C'mon Deathwish, you know you wanna do it!!!! lol
I'm far too lazy for that kind of commitment, brother lol. I don't even want to think about having to heat the lens covers to pry all that junk apart. Not to mention all the electronics involved with it (electricity is my motor vehicle Achilles heel). Much respect to you though. I am excited to see your work though.

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Hey Chingbo, couldnt you wire them so that both lows will come on with the bike just like factory so that you dont have to have a rocker switch and everything remains stock?, seems like the stock wiring could handle it, there on a 20A fuse

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^^ yes I sure could, but the purpose of the switch is to keep the headlights OFF til you want them to, that way you can 1) save battery power 2) have just the angel eyes/halos on during the day as DRLs [for looks as well]


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Ok great! I always wondered why no one ever just did it stock, (thought my math was off) LOL Thanks for the info

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thx for the diagram man,thats gonna help out a lot haha



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Wow... great looking wiring diagram. Did you draw all the items yourself?
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^^ The original image, like all the wires and stuff I found on here, cuz someone else posted it.

But I duplicated it, cleaned it up, made it easier to follow.
Then I photoshopped the rest,
Altho it looks like it was done in paint..

Photoshop is where it's at for user-friendliness

and glad I can help, I basically photoshopped this on the bike.. lol


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Haha glad u turned a that text into pics for people to follow. Get some pics up soon n congrats man
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Haha glad u turned a that text into pics for people to follow. Get some pics up soon n congrats man

thanks again for your patience with me buddy!
see, props given where it's due
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Thanks mate - this helps a lot, I bought a kit off eBay and when I got it it was all labeled in asian not much help. So I now have a diagram to figure this out with!

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"labeled in asian".. HAHAHHA
more than likely it was Chinese (like me)
not that i'd expect you to know, so its cool
just sounded funny
I erased all that from the image


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No offence meant mate, I only recognize them as being asian languages and cant really tell them apart (I only speak English and even that I aint that good at!) . Probably was Chinese as the kit came from Hong Kong, and you get what you pay for eh?! The picture I got was black and white to, so I had no hope!

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thanks for the wiring pic! got a few questions (i'm a noob)
1. is the standard rocker/what i used section the switch that you used to turn on the lights?

2. the guy before me installed 4500k HID's and all i need to do is get projectors and halo's and hook everything up right? (for the angel eyes/hid with projectors)

3. should i just buy a new set? from the diytrade website that people seem to buy it from? (would this be an easier solution?
http://www.diytrade.com/china/4/prod...d_ballast.html

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1. Yes
2. If you can find suitable projectors, then yes.
3. These are the ones I'm currently doing, they require you to cut a little from around the stock reflector but are otherwise simple to install, depending on what you want them to look like in the end.
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thanks nico! i'm thinking about picking these up realll soon, damn can't wait for it.

does anybody have an actual picture of the wiring set up?
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maybe it's just me, but when i tried to get the wires that were connected to the battery connected to the ballasts/ it wouldn't reach all the way... anybody else have this problem?
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yessir, I took an old ps2 cord, cut it and bridged the connection


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sorry to bump a semi old thread but....

this will keep the angle eyes on all ofthe time and the headlights off until you want them on. what about the highbeam?

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I have 1 switch that lets you on/off the angel eyes as you choose, even if the bike is off

yes, a seperate switch to turn on the HID module

Hi-beam switch will toggle the reflector piece inside the projector up or down to give you the highbeam


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thanx. where are your switches mounted? do you have a pic of that?

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Man I'm so tempted to do this mod, but might wait till I have a second set of headlights since the reflectors are shaved off for the projector to fit. The standard headlights don't seem to provide me as much light as I expected.
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retros are the way to go with any vehicle. but yeah its best to have a spare set of headlights in case you mess you something up

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I mounted my HID switch under my left handle bar in the plastics, and put my halo switch under my gauges with an added piece of plastic


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Do you have any pics of the lights at night?....I am installing the projectors on my bike and noticed that about half the projector is covered after i put everything back together. I see that yours is the same way. So how is the lighting at night. Also did you have to do a little fab work to your reflectors to make room for the projectors?
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Do you have any pics of the lights at night?....I am installing the projectors on my bike and noticed that about half the projector is covered after i put everything back together. I see that yours is the same way. So how is the lighting at night. Also did you have to do a little fab work to your reflectors to make room for the projectors?
I posted pics of the difference in lighting and the reflector modification here https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=207657
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