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Yamaha Thundercat HID conversion kit

Post  joshhatton on Thu Sep 08 2011, 20:20

This is a brand new h4 HID conversion kit for the cat.

comes with a 12 month warentee,
ulta slim ballast
all wires
bulb
instructions
box

I have this kit fitted to my cat and its fantastic, hi and low beam aswell as the "PASS" button.

I have 2 kits in stock at my shop they will be selling for £39.99

FIRST 2 KITS £30 POSTED!


grab a bargain Smile
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Post  MrNutt on Thu Sep 08 2011, 22:15

how easy are these kits to fit? especially for numpty like me
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Re: Yamaha Thundercat HID conversion kit

Post  joshhatton on Thu Sep 08 2011, 22:21

ill run you through it quick

seat off
connect points to battery
run the wire behind the fairing ( no need to take fairing off)
unscrew the air scoop plastic bits
mount the ballast
put the bulb in
connect all wires
turn on


if you have never fitted before allow 30 mins
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Post  MrNutt on Thu Sep 08 2011, 22:28

dont you need the nose fairing off?
and if its connected straight to the battery, will it effect the bikes general electrics?
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Re: Yamaha Thundercat HID conversion kit

Post  joshhatton on Thu Sep 08 2011, 22:38

no dont need the front end off atall, the bulb goes in the exact same way as a normal bulb, the wires come out the back, feed and place the ballast under the panels where the air scoops are

and i have had mine on now 4 months with no effect what so ever to electrics,
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Re: Yamaha Thundercat HID conversion kit

Post  joshhatton on Fri Sep 09 2011, 11:13

1 kit sold 1 kit left
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Post  MrNutt on Fri Sep 09 2011, 11:22

I'll take a punt on it will pm you
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Post  weasley on Fri Sep 09 2011, 12:42

Out of interest, where's your shop? I visit Carterton and Witney quite often.
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Post  reciprocity on Wed Sep 14 2011, 17:35

You going to be getting more stock in for these? Also....some feedback from some of you who have bought one would be nice. Mine has died...and I will have to resort to one of these for the time being:

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Re: Yamaha Thundercat HID conversion kit

Post  joshhatton on Mon Oct 10 2011, 13:43

Hey guys got 1 set left, these where reserved for my old man, but no longer needs them
£30 posted
But going on the eBay shop tonight for £39.99 so be quick!!!
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Re: Yamaha Thundercat HID conversion kit

Post  joshhatton on Tue Oct 11 2011, 14:55

Bump !!
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Re: Yamaha Thundercat HID conversion kit

Post  MiMa on Fri Oct 21 2011, 19:43

Am interested if you still have it.
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Post  supraloopy on Fri Oct 21 2011, 21:59

£30 posted I'll have it paypal ok? PM me.
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Post  supraloopy on Mon Oct 24 2011, 18:42

Any news on this?
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Post  Rosco on Mon Oct 24 2011, 18:53

Hi Supraloopy - Maybe PM him and he should get an email to tell him he has a private message.

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Post  supraloopy on Mon Oct 24 2011, 23:23

Done. Thanks ;0)
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Post  Alicat on Tue Oct 25 2011, 01:54

Have I joined this thread too late??? Are there any kits left?
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Post  supraloopy on Wed Nov 02 2011, 19:29

Does anyone have a link to were I can get one of these kits? I have PM'd this seller and had no reply.
Thanks
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Post  HEHORE on Sun Nov 27 2011, 20:50

theres a few on ebay
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Re: Yamaha Thundercat HID conversion kit

Post  joshhatton on Mon Nov 28 2011, 13:01

Afternoon guys !

Sorry I haven't been on, just moved house and been manic!!!!

I can still get these for £30 posted but it will take 7-10 days to arrive with you, as I'm making literally no money per set.

The seller will only offer the price for 2 sets or more

I'll try to reply to all the pms Smile

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Re: Yamaha Thundercat HID conversion kit

Post  joshhatton on Mon Nov 28 2011, 21:57

That's 4 kits now sold just on t cat forum Smile you will all love them. Mine are so much better!
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Post  SteveCat on Thu Dec 08 2011, 12:16

It's only taken me 2 months to fit the kit, and then I had the spanner do it!!

Was fitted yesterday, so really early days to say what it is like in varying conditions. As I already have one in the other 'Cat, I can do some comparisons.

This unit is easier to fit than the one I got from HiD City and I believe the rubber boot did not have to be cut to fit over the mechanism great
On the road, it is a bit difficult to tell whilst in the built up area, but it does seem to have a pretty good spread. At a set of lights I tried out the high beam and nearly blinded the commuters waiting at a bus stop on the other side of a multi lane carriage way (well if they didn't get blinded I did from the reflection!) Embarassed

In time I'll try it out on the out of town roads where I tested the other HiD and found it lit up the tree tops, signboards and not the road, hopefully I'll be pleasantly surprised.
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Post  supraloopy on Thu Dec 08 2011, 18:35

Any news on delivery of these? 10 days and counting ;0)
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Post  joshhatton on Thu Dec 08 2011, 20:09

Sorry guys was trying to get on yesterday we had a powercut

The hiss are being held by customs, I'm having big arguments. The sender did not put a invoice in the box, so iv had to prove I have paid for them.

Sorry guys. Won't be long I promise Smile
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Post  supraloopy on Fri Dec 09 2011, 22:21

So how long now?? Remember it's christmas post now. :0)
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