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    Custom headlight

    There are lots of options out there for headlights, and most of them are a bit too “e-bike” looking for my taste. I ran across the Kanebilt site and loved the look of their lights, but I didn’t want to pay $200 for it. I did a little searching and was able to find all the parts to put together my own version. The headlight is bright, but it doesn’t look like it because of the angle of the pics.


    #2
    Looks good. I was confused what was wrong with the e bike look for an e bike but now seeing that you have more of an e moto that makes perfect sense.

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      #3
      Originally posted by 73Eldo View Post
      Looks good. I was confused what was wrong with the e bike look for an e bike but now seeing that you have more of an e moto that makes perfect sense.
      HA! Yeah. That’s how it sounded in my head when I was writing it too.

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        #4
        Do you have any links to the light you used?

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          #5
          Originally posted by Dshue View Post
          Do you have any links to the light you used?
          Here ya go…

          https://www.amazon.com/dp/B087T7GZ1Y...p_mob_ap_share

          https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07JLCSTNX...p_mob_ap_share

          https://www.amazon.com/dp/B094W15B5K...p_mob_ap_share

          https://www.ebay.com/itm/Black-5-75-...-127632-2357-0

          I hope the links work. It’s important to use the 5.75” headlight and ring. The 7” version is too big for the surron imo. Also, it’s a tricky wire job if you don’t know what you are doing. Not rocket science though

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            #6
            Of course you could always go with the plug-n-play version from Kanebilt. It’s pricey-er, and has their cool logo. Although, I don’t think they have the amber ring option

            https://kanebilt.com/collections/lig...-headlight-kit

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              #7
              I wanted to share my journey with you while I am trying to add a light to my Luna X2. I have chosen the 12 volt MagicShine 902S with 3,000 Lumens. MagicShine MJ 902S
              My goal is to install a light that will pull power from the main battery.
              What I have started with is a XWST DC/DC Converter Regulator 36V 48V Step Down to 12V 4A 48W Reducer Buck Power Converter Waterproof Module Transformer to allow the 12v light to operate.
              The next item is a XT60 to XT60 with pigtail XT30 connector which will plug inline at the M600 motor and provide the power for the light.
              Wiring a fuse (4amp) will provide protection.
              The 902S kit comes with an external battery and mounting hardware for use on a helmet or another bike.


              I finally got the light installed. So if you have a Luna X1 or X2 this would work. Fisher Fabrication House www.fisherfabhouse.com made the XT60 and XT30 adapter harness. You will need to contact Josh to order the custom adapter.







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