Acerbis Cyclops Headlight


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Carson City, NV, USA
Good light.

I put this light on my bike, it looked awesome!! The light output was more than enough. I do a lot of night riding alone off-road. I had it on my drz for two days in till the first time I dumped the bike. The plastic mounting tabs on the back of the light are very light duty. One tip over broke two out of four of the mounting tabs. I tried to epoxy it back together, but it just won't hold.
So it's a nice light, but it was a waste of $100 for me.

joee Verified Purchaser
Brighter than i expected.

Really lights up the night on my streetfighter project. Gives the bike a cool look.

charlie Verified Purchaser
Denver CO
Easy to install

light was easy to install with all parts needed included. Looks great on my CRF.

Acerbis Cyclops Headlight
idaho falls
Street fighter conversion

i turned my 2003 suzuki sv650s into a street fighter with the Acerbis Cyclops headkight. the light was very easy to mount (just got some stuff from home depot) and the wiring was very easy to wire to my bike! i thought for sure it would be difficult but it was not.

before paint and cyclops headlight
Sambo6969 Verified Purchaser
Great light in looks and function

Very easy to install and looks great on my DRZ light output could be better but defiantly does the job!

Acerbis Cyclops Headlight
Tacoma Wa
Good looks ok performance

Installed on my 2008 WR250X. Looks real nice however stock adjustment all the way to the lowest setting is still way to high blinding people in front of me and putting the light beam into the treas. I have to figure out a way to lower it as the stock plastic adjustment staps are maxed out. As it is now my lighting is worse off then it was stock but I suspect it will be better when I can get it adjusted correctly. I have it wired up so that city light is on on low beam and both are on high beam.

South San Francisco, CA
Great Design

Works great bright light for night riding and with the adjustments for height exceeded my expectations. Perfect fit on my dual sport and looks good just need to by a hid kit for it

Good buy

This kit was easy to hook up, a little too easy lol, easy to mount and looks sweet. Lights work great to if you hook them up correctly! The reason I say that is because I checked alot of forums before and people were complaining that is wasnt bright enough. I suspect reading their posts they failed to install them properly maybe because the directions are all in Italian but should be easy if you a mechanically inclined. again mine work and look great!

27 Questions
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Q: Will it fit a 2002 ttr 125?
11 days ago
Location: Alabama, USA
Q: Fit on a 2009 crf 230m?
22 days ago
it is street legal from factory
Location: Connecticut
Q: Will it fit on a 2004 XR250R?
1 year ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year ago
A: The Acerbis Cyclops Headlight should work great on your 2004 Honda XR250R.
Q: Light options?
1 year 7 months ago
I see a lot of people are having issues with the light output, soma have added an HID kit to fix the problem. What kind of HID would fit?
Top 1 Contributor
1 year 7 months ago
A: The Acerbis Cyclops Headlight Headlight will mount on any dirt bike; it is a universal fitment. Your bike will have to have a lighting stator, regulator and battery to POWER the headlight. You can check with companies such as TrailTech, Baja Designs or Steahly Offroad for electrical options.
Location: Virginia, USA
Q: Will this setup work on a tomos moped that runs a 12v battery on a 6v stator?
1 year 11 months ago
Top 1 Contributor
1 year 11 months ago
A: Acerbis Cyclops Headlight requires 12v and 60 watts of power to run.
Q: Will this fit on a 1998 kawasaki zx6r?
2 years 4 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 3 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: This headlight is really designed to be used on dirt bikes, so it is not made specifically for your Kawasaki ZX6R. You would not be able to run this headlight if you have the bikes original fairings, but if the fairings are removed and you are looking to go with more of a "Street Fighter" look, this headlight could be mounted up and used on your ZX6R. Please note that this headlight will come with universal wiring that will need to be wired into the OEM wiring harness correctly in order for the headlight to work.
Location: canada
Q: I was just wondering if your bike needs to have a battery in order for the light to work?
2 years 5 months ago
for example i have a 2002 xr 250 r and have the stock head light right now and i have noticed my bike dosent have a batttery and only a stater
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: This headlight could be run off your stator just like your stock headlight.
Location: Las vegas
Q: 2010 kx450f?
2 years 6 months ago
Will This light kit work with the stock stator? Do I need to buy a wiring kit as well?
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Because your bike was not made to power lights, you will likely have to get a stator with higher output for lighting or have your OEM stator rewound to product more lighting output. There would be wiring with the headlight that would need to be wired into the bikes existing wiring harness.
Location: garden grove
Q: Will it fit on my 2003 yamaha yzf r6?
2 years 6 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: This headlight is designed to mount to the front forks on dirt bikes. You would have to remove the entire front fairing on your R6 to mount this to your bike. Likely this could be used on the R6 if you did not have a front fairing but it would have to be wired into the bikes existing wiring harness.
Q: How do you hook it up to a 01 yz426f?
2 years 7 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: You would have to wire it up to the bikes electrical system. Since your bike did not come with lights, the output from the stator may not be strong enough to power the lights effectively. You may need to look into getting a higher output aftermarket lighting stator or possible having your OEM stator rewound for higher output.
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