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I've got a Kawasaki Brute Force 300 4x2 and i am going to start doing some night riding, from what i can come up with is that it takes a H4 35W/35W headlight. Would a h4 bulb with a higher wattage rating put a strain on my electrical system versus installing some PIAA off road lights made for atvs ? Now mind you that i have a Superwinch LT3000 also.

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Swampcat07,

I agree with you ! I figured it would put a strain on my elec. sys. ! Do you have any ideas on what i should look for ie: watts, amp draw, etc. whenever i go to purchase some lights. Like you said Led, but do you think HID's would be worth looking at ? If i am thinking right they do have the ballasts so it does'nt put a real big strain on the system. Right or wrong ? Any help is appreciated. Thank You for the info you have already provided to me !!!!!

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