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2013 Kawasaki Brute 300 - Headlight Bulbs

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Gotta 2013 Brute Force 300 2x4. Does anyone know the headlamp bulb model # ? H4, H3, etc.

I am looking to upgrade my bulbs for some brighter ones. All i have is KAWAis part number 92069-0039. Any help would be great !! Thank You!!

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go here, very informative ...

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once you know the type bulb you need, you can go shopping for brighter bulbs, just stay away from coloured/silverstar type bulbs because they absorb alot of the brightness ...

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No luck oxidized ! Its a35watt head lamp, but need a # , like H4, etc !! Kawa tells me nothing but wattage and part# ! I dont wanna jack anything up by putting the wrong bulb in, know what i mean ?

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definately an H4/HB2/9003 ... as long as a new bulb isn't as long (melting of lens casing), i would jump to a higher wattage or re rig your unit with l.e.d. lighting ...

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Got leds mounted on the front, my opinion is that they dont shine that far, but when you look at them up close they blind you. maybe a hid system ?

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I am pretty much mechanically inclined (worked on helicopter engines for 11yrs in the Army) but i cant figure out how to remove the bulb........................sad uhh?

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Hey OX ! Will a higher wattage bulb strain my atv's elec. system ? I know not to run any other "juice" sucking accessory when running a higher watt bulb ! But was just wondering ???

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it will have a little more draw, but i don't think critical. the stator makes the current and the regulator keeps it constant, i don't think the bulbs would make the bike work any harder. i think it would be less than a radio blarring ......

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