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Trail Tech X2 Halogen Lights

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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.

This universal headlight requires a 12v power source and may not be applicable to models that are not equipped with a lighting or charging circuit. In some cases an aftermarket stator may be available separately which can provide this.

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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Renton, WA, USA
Sharkaru
Way better than stock. Brighter. Focused.

I installed this light on my DRZ400 and it's great. The install was very straight forward. It took way longer to remove the stock light than to install the X2. Now that it's installed, I can remove it in seconds if I need to get to any of the wiring behind it. I ordered the clear lens protector (sold separately) to keep rocks from damaging the lights.

Overall 3 out of 5 stars
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06crf250x
Good Product, Make sure you plan ahead

If your going to buy this light for a honda CRF250x be aware that the stock stator in your bike only puts out 35 watts. You will also additionally need the Trail Tech Stator upgrade kit and the Trail Tech Lighting Flywheel to properly power this light and not kill your battery. The first time i rode with this light about half way through our ride i was kick starting my bike and the light was unusable. The light is very bright and does what it needs to but ends up being more expensive than the HID kit in the end. Make sure you plan ahead.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
MotoSport Staff Expert
Location: Oakhurst, CA, USA
samboni
Great product

For those that have the KTM EXC??s 08-11 you know how bad the stock 35w lights are, Here is a great option for a reasonable price. I went with the Trail Tech 100w stator and the 70w Halogen Off-road headlight assembly. The Trail tech instructions are second to none simple to follow and was easy to install both kits.

Overall 1 out of 5 stars
Location: Vail, CO
RockyMountainEnduro
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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Fawaz Location: saudi arabia
Tony Location: Carlisle, PA, USA
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Fawaz 2 months 26 days ago Location: saudi arabia
Bike doesn't have battery, what is required to work?
Hello, I have a KX450F 2014 but it does not have an existing light nor a battery. Can you please tell me what to purchase with it from this website for it to work, like a wire harness, stator, and or battery and where to fit them?
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 months 26 days ago
MotoSportExpert
Really this light is a universal fitment. It should be able to be wired up and used on any motorcycle. Since your 2014 Kawasaki KX450F did not come with lights you may want to look into an after market stator set up or possibly having your OEM stator rewound (RickyStator) 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.
SPUD Over 6 months ago Location: Washington
Can you tell me if the 2008 ktm 250 xcf has a stator/ regulator that comes stock?has a battery and electric start or is it something I have to change?
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Over 5 months ago
MotoSportExpert
The Trail Tech X2 Halogen 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.
SPUD Over 6 months ago Location: Washington
Will this fit on a 2008 KTM 250 XC-F?
Will it fit like the # plate? If not what do you recommend?
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Over 6 months ago
MotoSportExpert
The Trail Tech X2 Halogen Lights 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.
Will Over 6 months ago
Will this work with my 2011 Yamaha TTR125L ? And does it come with a switch and will it be able to connect to the batterie?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Really this light is a universal fitment. It should be able to be wired up and used on any motorcycle. Since your 2011 Yamaha TTR125L 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.
Tony Over 7 months ago Location: Carlisle, PA, USA
About the wiring?
Plan on installing one of these on a 2013 Husqvarna TE449. I already have a handlebar switch for hi/low beams, would this trail tech system wire into that or would I need the 3 position switch from trail tech? Thanks!!
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Over 7 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Yes! The Trail Tech X2 has a 3 wire harness. You can wire it with Hi and Low beams. Here is the instructions for you to review: http://gallery.trailtech.net/media/instructions/lights/x2/010-ELV-75.pdf
JohnDeereDude Over 8 months ago
Will this work with my 2007 Honda CRF230F?
And will i need any other parts as well as the Trailtech switch
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Over 8 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Your bike will have to have a lighting stator, regulator and battery sufficient to run the wattage on this light. I would suggest to check with companies like Baja Designs, Stealthy Offroad or Trailtech for information on what is required on your Honda CRF230F to run a headlight.
TikPt Over 10 months ago Location: France
Can I use this on my 2009 suzuky rmz450?
Where Can -find an arrangement or some Instruction Assembly need tb Light backwards someone knows a system that suits RMZ
Top 1 Contributor
Over 10 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Trail Tech X2 Halogen Lights are designed for use on bikes with a lighting coil. Your RMZ does NOT have a lighting coil. You may be able to use a separate battery pack to run the light, but the motor off the bike will NOT.
dantastic Over 10 months ago
Will this work on my 1996 klx650r will out upgrading the stator?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 10 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Yes you should have no problem running this on your 1996 KLX650R.
Over 10 months ago Location: Renton, WA
Sharkaru
What's your stator output? If it's less than 70 watts then it won't work unless you upgrade your stator.
vlacas 1 year ago Location: Costa Rica
I was wondering if I can use this product on my 1998xr400?
MotoSport Staff Expert Top 1 Contributor
Over 11 months ago
MotoSportGrantK
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.
Frenchy 1 year 7 months 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
1 year 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
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.
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1 year 7 months ago Location: Murrells Inlet, SC, USA
greenrider
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.
Over 10 months ago Location: Renton, WA
Sharkaru
The wiring is not model specific. It is simply a plug with three wires hanging off of it. You need to cut off your existing headlight connector and connect those three wires to your ground, low beam, and high beam wires. I used butt connectors with heat shrink tubing. Easy.
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