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    Quote Originally Posted by HarveyM View Post
    According to this post on the UK forums and the blog from the original poster- the led headlight (which was fitted to the euro models in 2016) fits earlier halogen equiped bikes, but the connectors are completely different:
    2015 Headlight -> 2016 Headlight, now Converting.. but Connecter different!,,, - Electrical Items - The Honda NC Owners Forum
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    (Thanks davidc83 for the push)
    Wow so it does fit. Just need to find out if the driver is built into the light, and if there is an adapter available for the plug. The increased number of pins concerns me though. Thanks!

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    Thanks for the helpful tips Ya'll. I too am starting to do some night riding. I already feel like i am out riding(too fast) the low beam in traffic on the freeway and am constantly having to dim. The high beam is ok, but i would really like a lot more light for my old eyes! LED brightness here i come! I am trying to schedule time for a Saddle Sore 1k mile ride next month and half of that will be riding in the dark. Thanks again for the help and links! :{)
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    I got these for a cheap set of auxiliary lights, I wired them into the accessory harness with a designated on/off switch

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    And the switch I mounted on my handlebars

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    Last edited by rippin209; 12th July 2018 at 21:56.

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    Super Moderator LED Headlight swap. 670cc's Avatar
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    This thread sure took off in a different direction from the original question, which was whether the new OEM LED headlight would fit older models. Let’s try to keep to that subject.
    Last edited by 670cc; 13th July 2018 at 04:03.
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    Senior Member LED Headlight swap. MalcolmReynolds's Avatar
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    So we have not had anyone swap out the halogen assembly for the LED one yet? Any idea how hard it would be to retrofit the LED wiring so it can be used with the previous model bikes? Anyone on the forum know how to rewire one of these LED's if we could get our hands on one to test?

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