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Micha
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Are there any available? I think that using it inside the headlamp will be a good idea. Any sources in Europe?
Did some one of you guys change the rear light to a LED version that can be plant inside the red lens? Pictures?
Thanks – Micha.

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Halogen bulbs for our 6V system

Vech at Bench Mark Works has 6V halogen bulbs and a lens to work with them. Surely there must be a european source as well, but I don't know it.

CuLayer makes a special purpose 6V LED for the taillight on the /2s. It was featured in an article in the club Bulletin a couple issues back.

You can find both of these in the resources area of the club's main website (click on the club logo at the upper left corner of this page).

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Halogen bulbs for our 6V system

Uli at Ulis Motorradladen has them.

http://www.ulismotorradladen.de/

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Re: Halogen bulbs for our 6V system

"Micha" wrote:

... Are there any available? I think that using it inside the headlamp will be a good idea. Any sources in Europe? Did some one of you guys change the rear light to a LED version that can be plant inside the red lens?...

I am using this 6V halogen bulb with my original reflector and lens, as a direct replacement for the incandescent bulb:

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07 11 9 978 007.1--$26.50--bulb headlight 6v halogen 35/35w with BA20D bayonette incandesent base fits original reflector & bulb holder. Original wattage in a brighter halogen bulb! -- a Bench Mark Works USA exclusive!

It is much brighter than the yellowish 35W incandescent bulb, not as bright as the 6V automotive H4 halogen bulb. Those only cost $10, but if require a $75 "conversion" bulb holder and reflector, which Bench Mark Works also sells.

I am also using the CU Layer LED tail light conversion, which is very bright:
http://www.culayer.com/Coffee_Can_6V.htm

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