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Old 31 Jan 2013, 09:01 pm
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Default Honda cbr600f2 wiring covertion?

Hi guys. I am doing a front fairing convert on my cbr 600f2. Changing it to a cbr600rr 03. The light is a dual light but the f2 is a single light. So I need a solder a wire in. Any advice? Also the main headlight for the rr is a two pin connect but f2 is a three pin connector? I don't know what wire to lose. The colours are green, blue, black and white ?

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Old 31 Jan 2013, 09:16 pm
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Two wire bulb has +12v and ground. lights up when power is applied (usually thru the flasher)

Three wire bulbs have 2 +12v and one ground. Each +12v wire powers a different filament in the bulb. one is dim and the other is bright. Test which is which. Cut the dim wire and toss it aside then hook up to the "bright" wire. Now you have the same functionality as the original bike.

To add it up as a three way bulb requires more work. you'd need to find a +12v constant source and connect that to the "dim" wire.
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