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Hey Guys, It seems that most of the Boss Hoss bikes I have seen have have changed the headlight. I am looking at changing mine to a Adjure, Ness Tech or Headwinds. Does anyone make a Headlight mount for the old style ( 1996 ) front end to install one of these lights besides Headwind? Their mount for the Boss Hoss is kinda pricey. Most all of the mounts I can find online are for a bottom mount set up.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Hi Bud,
go to http://www.eurolights.com . Very nice people there. They have a substitute for the sealed beam of the Boss Hoss (#6014) . It takes only ten minutes to exchange the beam and the results are amazing !!! I have the xenon charged bulb, thats a H4 100/80 bulb which is REALLY bright. Cost is only arround $40,-- :idea:
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Thanks Peter, I have already changed to a Halogen bulb a couple of years ago. I am just updating the bike a little and want to install one of the rocket type headlight housings for cosmetic reasons.
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EuroLights

Does anyone have any experience with "EuroLights" HID H4 Conversion?

I've followed 502WingMan's thread and got a couple e-mails from them, and it seems as if they have some products (2 seperate kits) that converts from the 7" round sealed beam to a H4 type lamp, and another kit that has a true HID with ballasts, etc, and the HID lamp mechanically tilts, or dips for Hi or Low Beam.

Other than the threads on here, I'm totally unfamiliar with the company.
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Hi Jack,

EuroLights G2 RealHID System for your bike includes a complete RealHID kit (H4) and sealed beam conversion housing. This system is designed to plug right in. Cost is $329.00 for everything you need and includes shipping to anywhere in the USA.

If you would like to order or have any other questions at all please let us know.

Best Regards
Mark Q.
@EuroLights(tm)




In a message dated 12/5/2004 11:38:08 AM Eastern Standard Time, [email protected] writes:
Jack Phillips
7245 Hartman Av.
Cocoa, Fl. 32927
H: 321-639-3969
C: 321-426-5243
E: [email protected]

Sirs, I am interested in a True HID Conversion kit for my motorcycle. It is a 1997 Boss Hoss (355 HP V8), currently with a General Electric 2D1 Halogen Sealed Beam.

I would need both the "sealed Beam to H4" (probably)" conversion kit, and the appropriate True HID Lamp / Ballest kit.

How much would this cost please, and what would I do for a Low Beam lamp?

I know of lots of bikers here in Central Florida, near Kennedy Space Center who probably would be interested as well.
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Hi Jack,

The system for $329.00 is a single beam system. If you would like dual beam
(low & highbeam) system cost is $419.00 with shipping.

The dual beam system has a motorized lamp which actually moves the ArcXenon
bulb to the highbeam position. This is instantaneous when the highbeam
switch is activated.

If you would like to order or have any other questions, please let us know.

Best Regards
Peter S.
@EuroLights(tm)


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack Phillips" <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
Sent: Friday, December 10, 2004 4:50 AM
Subject: RE: EuroLights(tm)-- 1997 Boss Hoss (2D1)


> Hi Mark,
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> Thank you for your prompt reply. I suppose I'm not understanding the "Hi
vs
> Low Beam" thing. Does the EuroLights G2 RealHID system lamp have 2
seperate
> sources (filiments), or would I need to add an additional lamp for either
Hi
> or Low beam.
>

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Thank you.

Jack Phillips

Thanks. HAPPY HOLIDAYS

RIDE SAFE

HAWK88

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Hi Jack,
my 2003 had a Wagner sealed beam 6014 with a 60/50W (high/low) bulb sealed in. The people from Eurolights send me a replacement for the sealed beam with the xenon-charged H4 100/80W bulb. The H4 bulb is now exchangeable. Installation was simple (plug and play) and cost arround $39,--. And yes, it is really a BIG difference.
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Peter;

Thank you, sounds like sage advice. I had followed an earlier thread leading to a conversion shell from J &P or a couple other venders for an H-4 lamp, but am still fascinated with true HID lights (old eyes).

Of course, it,s just @ the inquisitive stage now. I have 2 relays and a heavier duty plug to install in my light for know.

Thanks

Happy Holidays

Ride Safe!

Jack Phillips
 
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