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Trail Tech X2 Halogen Lights

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Product Description

Trail Tech offers world-class products and affordable value. As a Powersport manufacturer, they commit to providing the best quality, competitive prices and personal customer service. Trail Tech will continue to invent and develop improved, quality products for the benefit of the Powersport community.

  • Race proven lighting systems.
  • Dual reflector design allows for optimum illumination of both near and distant terrain.
  • Compact - fits tighter to forks than other lights.
  • Integrated brake line guide (long brake line recommended for X2 on MX bikes).
  • Quick-release fork straps and pin-stabilization system.
  • 100% self-contained.
  • Clear plastic rock guard sold separately.
  • Sold as a unit (contains two lights).
  • Note: Trail Tech recommends using the Trail Tech X2 Switch Harness to control and interface with the X2 Halogen Lights.
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Location: Vail, CO
Poor Design

You had better not expect to take rocks with this thing. The X2 light needs a rock guard that used to come with the unit. They stopped including this guard because the light melts it after extended rides. So, the solution is what? Ride without it. That's right, instead of fixing the problem they have decided to suggest you go without it. Anyway, thats a problem for those of us who ride trail & take rocks, eh? I must say that Motosport made a large error in not updating the photo of this product with one showing NO rock guard. It is even more irritating since Trail Tech stopped including the guards 3 years ago. Come on, Motosport. Bottom Line: Buy Something Else.

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Frenchy 2 months 25 days ago Location: Wenatchee, WA, USA
Is this unit for the 2000-2013 non fuel injected bikes?
Trail Tech offers the same unit for 2012-2013 fuel injected bikes also, Want to make sure wiring is right for my 2009 carb model.
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 months 25 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Trail Tech sells model specific kit on there website and I do show they sell a kit that would fit that 2009 KTM 400 XCF-W. The Light we sell is a universal version of the Trail Tech X2 that is meant to be able to be used on a wide range of motorcycles it would come with a universal wiring set up instead of the model specific harness.
Top 1000 Contributor
2 months 23 days ago Location: Murrells Inlet, SC, USA
I put one on a 2004 TT-R 225. As long as you have a 12 volt source you should be good to go. If you dont have a factory lighting switch, I recommend you get the optional wiring harness. Has nice hi/lo/off operation and easy to install. The wiring on the light itself will hookup to any bike that has a stock light.
Trev 2 months 28 days ago
Will it work on a crf 450r?
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 months 27 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This headlight should be able to be wired into work on your 2005 Honda CRF450R although since that bike did not come with any lighting originally you may need to look into getting an aftermarket stator or having your OEM stator rewound for more lighting output.
Top 1000 Contributor
2 months 23 days ago Location: Murrells Inlet, SC, USA
You dont have a factory lighting system on your bike so theres nothing to power the light. You can get creative with the proper led lights and a slim battery mounted behind the number plate. It can be done with decent results. You just have to keep the battery charged.
justin 2 months 28 days ago
Can i use this on a 2013 honda crf 100f?
Top 1000 Contributor
2 months 28 days ago Location: Murrells Inlet, SC, USA
This light will fit virtually any bike. It has a universal mounting system that is also rugged. You will need to purchase the optional trail tech wiring harness that comes with a nice switch. The kit will let you connect it to anything with a battery. Light looks really good and is brighter than stock.
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 months 27 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Really this light is a universal fitment. It should be able to be wired up and used on any motorcycle. Since your 2013 CRF100F did not come with lights you may want to look into an after market stator set up or possibly having your OEM stator rewound as the OEM stator may not have enough out put to power the light on that bike. The trail tech wiring harness for this is also a very good idea and the also sell a battery pack to help power the light as well, although you would need to wire in a regulator/rectifier in order for the bike to charge the battery properly.
dirtpig 4 months 15 days ago Location: westvirginia
Will this work on a 2002 kawasaki kx 250 two stroke?
2002 kawasaki kx 250 "two" stroke
MotoSport Staff Expert
4 months 1 day ago
This light is really a universal fitment, so it is made to be able to be used with a wide variety of motorcycles. With proper installation you should be able to use this on your 2002 Kawasaki KX250. You may also want to look into a upgraded stator for your bike to help increase the output for the lighting.
Top 1000 Contributor
2 months 28 days ago Location: Murrells Inlet, SC, USA
Not really. Typically you are going to need a machine that has a lighting circuit and battery. It wouldnt be impossible, but it would take some work. You could just mount a battery and power it up, but without a lighting stator you would run the battery dead pretty quickly. Some bikes you can add a stator and some you cannot. Even if you can it is a job not recommended for those inexperienced.
Lunchbox Over 7 months ago Location: Calgary
Can I use this on my 2004 ktm 200sx? I believe it has a kokushan 2k3 stator and lighting coil. What other stuff do I need for this light?
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
If you do have the Kokusan 2K-3 then it produces 12V 70 Watts. This stator would be enough to power this headlight no problem. You will need to wire in a rectifier. You can use the OEM KTM rectifier from the EXC model. This can be found in the OEM parts fiche here : . Item # 13
Rick Over 10 months ago
Is the switch shown in the demo provided with the light and if so is it hi beam low beam?
MotoSport Staff
Over 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
This headlight does not include a switch. It is recommended to use Trail Tech's Motorcycle light wire harness with 3-position HI/LO/OFF switch which is sold separately.. This switch will provide Hi and Low beam. If you give us a call we can help ensure you get the right product to mount this light and be able to operate it.
turtle5175 Over 11 months ago Location: CA
Can this light be mounted on a 2002 KDX 220 without any modifications?
The electrical on the bike is stock.
MotoSport Staff
Over 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Unfortunately the stator output on the KDX220 will only run a 30/35 watt headlight. That will not be enough to run this headlight which is 70 watts. You can have the stock stator rewound by Ricky Stator or look into purchasing a higher output aftermarket stator.
Irishsoldier 1 year 1 month ago
Headlights for klx250?
Is there a way to install headlights on my 2002 klx250, I like to ride trail and looking into lighting systems.... Much help would be appreciated
MotoSport Staff
1 year 1 month ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, your model originally came with a lighting system so adding the Trail Tech X2 would be pretty simple to install. It would need to be mounted and the wires from the headlight connected to your existing wiring for lighting.
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