Chinese Parts Headlights?

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Chinese Parts Headlights?

Postby Deadzero » Mon May 11, 2015 3:44 pm

Anyone got any reviews on the cheap China headlights for the 5sl?

had a front end dunt and basically my chest smashed the whole front end of the bike.

lights and cowl and fairings be the most expensive, but for now I just need to get her on the road and through a MOT.


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Re: Chinese Parts Headlights?

Postby Joeski » Thu May 14, 2015 9:40 am

i've heard horror stories of chinese headlamps melting to bits so both times i've smashed my headlights i've had to bite the bullet and pay Yamaha my hard earned...

You should be able to find genuine headlight on ebay for around £200 though which would save you £300!
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Re: Chinese Parts Headlights?

Postby Joeski » Thu May 14, 2015 9:41 am

Oh and watch out for companies like Demon Tweeks who are selling "aftermarket" headlights for around £300...these are just the cheap chinese ones, albeit protected with a bit of warranty...
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Re: Chinese Parts Headlights?

Postby Deadzero » Mon May 18, 2015 11:22 am

ah cool thanks for the heads up :) , I'll just have to save up some cash to buy used headlights :/.
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