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Swapping out the factory bulb for an LED one just might be something i'll do, cheap way to improve its light output for those like me that like better lighting.
 

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Swapping out the factory bulb for an LED one just might be something i'll do, cheap way to improve its light output for those like me that like better lighting.
I'm still not sure if it comes stock with LEDs or not. ATV.com says it has an LED worklight, but others say nothing...??
 

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Swapping out the factory bulb for an LED one just might be something i'll do, cheap way to improve its light output for those like me that like better lighting.
Indeed but I've heard straight swapping an LED bulb in can cause problems with light throw... might be better off to wire up an aftermarket system if night time visibility is paramount for your uses..
 

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yeah a system in addition to what is already supplied here will probably better, bull bars with lights on them
 

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I was even thinking mounted on the front rack or front fenders... or an LED bar across the grill, on top of where a which would go
Even in the grille area on the sides of the Yamaha logo would go well, easy way to use up space that would otherwise be wasted:

 

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I'd only change the lightbulb if it isn't doing a good enough job lighting up the way ahead of me. Otherwise, I don't care too much what type of headlight it is.
 

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I'd only change the lightbulb if it isn't doing a good enough job lighting up the way ahead of me. Otherwise, I don't care too much what type of headlight it is.
Ultimately that is the way to go but delving into the ideal of improving if needed can be good.

I'll be on the look out for what sort of throw it has and how wide it goes with coverage.
 

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Unless that direct area on the upper portion is dead space for air flow, then it could make a case for some sleek lights that don't take up too much space.
 
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