KTM Dual Sport Kit with 2-stroke turn signals – SA-21-334 Suitable for KTM 150 XC-W 2017-18, 200 XC-W 2014-16, 250/300 XC-W 2014-18 The essentials to make your XCW road-legal. With our additional license plate lighting, you can keep your standard taillight and reduce costs. All right.. To be clear, for my TE300i 2021 in Utah: Nephi`s Ryco to be plated, has a plug-and-play kit called Barely Legal for KTM that works perfectly to be legal on the road in Utah. I registered 3 bikes with their kits, it takes about an hour to install. Check out business.facebook.com/RYCOMoto/ Edge in Draper can also install for you. Remember that you need insurance, otherwise you will have a surprise if you are arrested. Good product everything fits perfectly, this is the second one I bought and quite easy to install, but the Mirriors are cheesy, so buy yourself some good, it looks like I`m just going to get the multifunction switch and the rear brake light switch. Plug them into the headlights and taillights. Then get yourself a horn and license plate light somewhere and wire them too. Add a cheap rear reflector and left side mirror and I`m done.

Sounds pretty much right? Does anyone know if turn signals are needed in Utah? They are not needed in Colorado. The law does not explicitly mention DOT tires as a requirement. ** The maximum switching current is 2.5 A, any light above 25 W (combined) requires an automotive relay They are not « obliged » to dress a bike here, at least. Not convinced that I have to spend $350-375 on a ready-made kit. I can easily save $100 to $150 per bike by buying the parts myself. I know it`s only $150, but I make 2 bikes, so it adds up a bit. And if you look at things. Everything looks a bit cheap, whether I`m rolling mine with cheap stuff from Amazon or making a prefabricated kit. I wish there was a high-quality multifunction switch. Both Sicass and CEV switches look a bit cheap. Have this for my KTM 525 exc. bought I had to remove plastic under the wing to make it work.

Overall, good value for money. The front turn signals also serve as bright daytime running lights that allow daytime operation without the need for actual headlights. For night driving, you`ll want to find our Stealthy Bar Mount Eco projector HERE, or you can use your own** if it`s less than 25W. For a separate headlight control useful for high/low functions, or for those that save power on battery-only configurations, opt for the optional headlight control switch. There is nothing to add.. I just want to say that I`m jealous like F#$% of people who live in states that can still throw their two punches! I`d put mine in the blink of an eye if I could. Congratulations on a killer bike and the opportunity to get a plate in Utah. My dealer installed the Sicass kit and charged me $200, so $350 seems wrong. The standard headlight contains high/low, only needs the switch to power them. The rear brake light switch goes to the rear brake master cylinder and activates the rear (standard) light. The kit has a horn button on the light switch. We also don`t need turn signals in TEXAS.

All right.. It looks like we also need the turn signals. Thanks for the link. 3) Rear Brake Light Switch: Does it connect to the standard taillight and activate the additional lighting for braking? Somehow like a normal intensity and gets brighter when I step on the brake? I hope he`s already built that into the lighting and just needs a little wiring to activate the increased braking intensity. As above, it would make sense for them to use the same taillight for American and European models designed to maintain the attractive aesthetics of motocross styling while meeting government requirements for use on the road, it is the only minimal kit of this type on the market. Perfect for Dual Sport or SuperMoto conversions looking for the cleanest look. ÐÑ Ð¿ÑÐ3/4ÑÑÐμÐ1/4 Ð3/4Ñз Ñð². ÐÑР»Ð ̧ Ð3/4Ð1/2 Ð1/2Ðμ ÑÐ3/4Ð3/4ÑвðμÑÑÑвÑÐΜÑ Ð1/2аÑÐ ̧Ð1/4 пÑавР̧лаÐ1/4, Ð1/4Ñ ÑÐ`аÐ`Ð Ð ̧Ð1/4 ÐμгÐ3/4. Does anyone have a good functional solution for a hi/lo headlight switch as well as the rear brake lights? Everything else seems simple. The taillight is integrated into turn signals that can be mounted directly on your license plate and hidden under the rear wing.

JUST RELEASED: Our new optional wing taillight mount for the ultra-clean look can be found HERE. We also offer a separate bracket for alternative mounting of the plate, which can be found HERE. If you prefer a classic dual sport mudguard for traditional turn signals and a plate holder similar to other kits, you can find them HERE. 2) High beam/dipped beam: If I get the Sicass multifunction handlebar switch, can I just plug it in some way into the headlight of the series? Is the lighthouse already set up for this? In other words, does the standard headlight already have high and low beams? It would make sense if they used the same headlight for the US and Euro models to convert my 350SX and this kit seemed like a good easy way to do that. The kit includes almost everything you need. However, I was a little disappointed with the quality of some articles. At first, the mirror is useless, just replace it. Then the handlebar switches look a bit cheesy but seem to get the job done. Turn signals are very nice little units and work well. I used the taillight that came with the kit, but replaced the rear wing with KTM`s OEM unit because I didn`t want to drill holes in the rear wing to mount it as suggested.

The wiring harness is well laid out, but it lacks quality. I reworked most of the connectors and the battery terminal connectors are just big enough for the 6mm screws to pass. That said, I would buy it again and recommend it to anyone who wants to do a sporty double conversion My dealer installed the Siccass kit and put a TX plate on it. It`s a hi/lo switch, a brake switch, a horn. Easy installation in about an hour if you are a bit tech-savvy. A professional installation is recommended if this is not the case. Installation instructions are sent via PDF email immediately after ordering, so please check your junk folder if you can`t find it. Two SAE connectors are integrated for maximum convenience. Charge your phone while you drive via USB with the front plug and/or just hold your battery. We ride with Waze on our phone, which is mounted on our poles and offers GPS navigation and speedometer.

The second SAE is located on the back of the wiring harness to quickly disconnect the power source and fuse. A lot of fake news here guys. Buy the Ryco kit because you will not pass the inspection. To be clear, to pass the inspection, and then to go to DMV for your plates you need; a horn, a high/low headlight, front turn signals, a left rearview mirror, a rear/rear light, rear turn signals and, if the inspector is hard, DOT tires. 4T or 2T does not matter whether both have the same requirements. Man, you won`t pass the inspection without these items. Sure, some guys will have a buddy to sign them and get plates, but the county sheriff will nail you for a $150 fine and could confiscate your Scoot if he feels like it. And you still have to bring the bike through a new inspection anyway. It doesn`t make much sense to me financially.

I was arrested three times by the sheriff and the DNR last summer, they looked at my bike and insurance and no problems, without DOT tires, and at least one guy in the group was nailed each time for unregistered or expired labels. I watched a lot. Looks like I need a few things, but it seems like the sticking point is the headlights and brake lights. Try EE, I think they have a plug and play. Or order OEM from a 4t and « let it work », I think. 1) NO flashing required.. It`s true? This saves a little $$. Overall, it`s a good kit. There are some things you want to know in advance when installing on a KTMHusqvarna. From 2014, the wiring is already on the bike for the brake lights, if you have one (FETE). Simply splice it in the Tusk kit so you don`t need the rear light provided by Tusk.

The factory lighthouse already has the necessary wiring, it is enough to splice it. If you want to use the OnOff switch provided by Tusk, it will be reversed for OnOff because the default wiring is for a mass, so it means that the ground is on, so the motor does not turn.

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