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Kazuma 150cc falcon headlight switch wiring

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does any one know the color of the wire going to the headlight/kill switch that supplys the power from the stator to the switch. I am wanting to get power from a switched 12v source.

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im wanting to get 12v switched power to the headlight side of the switch instead of getting power from the stator.

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Here I don't know more about headlight switch wiring color and other thing, but i can tell sum thing about this. Using additional relays to control higher powered (than stock) headlamps is a must; although some have gotten away with it for years. Note that the left bars switch assembly is NOT CHEAP. It is NOT designed to handle higher-powered headlamps. Using best essay writing help reviews will reduce the wear and tear on the left switchgear EVEN WITH the STOCK headlight; and may increase light output some.

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