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Old 09-08-2019, 08:07 PM   #1
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wtb oem style sv650 naked headlight

I would guess a cb headlight, or any other oem 7 inch round headlight would be good. i just picked up another sv, and the headlight is wobbling around in it's shell.
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Yeah..... look on ebay that r cheap
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Shoot me a pic of the bike
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so far, ive ordered brake pads, a cheap rear seat in good shape, a new radiator, steering bearings, and some new grips and levers. i need to get a front seat cover and this headlight.

the front end seems off, too. maybe its just needing the bearings, but i think the PO did some damage doing a fork seal replacement. i might just take the forks to a pro and let them figure it out. lol i hate fork work


hey albert, do you want a givi locking top box? it is so huge. i took it, and its frame off already. ill never use it.

also, PO set it up for gp shift with his comuter top box lol
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Hey man... sorry about all the replies. I was asleep when this post came up on tap talk. I thought you were PM'ing me. lol

I was serious about the ebay stuff tho.
I just ordered a NEW rear seat for one I have, $28 shipped.
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Maybe even some of these.
The mount perfectly with the stock brackets.


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light output and pattern on those dual 4" is though... I've had several sets that I used for a number of years. If you want to be able to see at night stick with the 7". If just going for looks, they'd probably be ok. I've found quite a few different styles of 7" housings that are fairly inexpensive.
https://www.denniskirk.com/emgo/flat...id=product2_rr


I had to supplement my last set with an LED light bar
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yeah, i'm not a fan of the 4 inchers. i actually made this post thinking that one of specifically you two guys might have one just laying around that you might sell me lol. i'll look at ebay later today and see if i can find one for cheap. trying to keep fairly OE
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How well do those little light bars do at night?
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they're bright as , but the beam isn't directed well. definitely would not recommend using one as anything but a "high beam" or off-road light, but I've like it well enough on the Venture that I also put one on my Ural and my mini bike.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HNNMIOS

they're cheap enough, and even after being submerged in Harvey, the one on my mini still works. the last pic on that product posting is an accurate indication of the lack of beam cut off that's required for a proper headlight though.

if you're looking for a used 7" light setup, I may be getting rid of the halogen setup (with fork mounting ears) that I had on my sprint. the mounting ears won't work with my new forks and the TruckLite LED headlamp that ended up on my Ural didn't fit with the housing and I think I want to convert to LED this time around.
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How much you want for it?
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