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post #1 of 19 Old 06-17-2019, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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1999 KQ300 headlight part number?

As the title implies I’m trying to find the P/N for the factory headlight bulbs. I am also debating swapping to a brighter halogen bulb or making the switch to LED bulbs. I already have a 9” lightbar that casts light a ways out so losing some range (LED vs. Halogen) is fine if I can gain some up close brightness.

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post #2 of 19 Old 06-17-2019, 04:45 PM
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https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/su...f300f/headlamp

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Thank you! That is exactly what I asked for, I actually found the P/N earlier in RMATV, what I should’ve said was; does anyone know the cross reference number to the bulb I need at the local auto parts store?

I’m trying to decide whether to go higher wattage halogen, factory halogen or LED and that Suzuki P/N doesn’t allow me to see other compatible bulbs. Thanks!


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It shows to be 30/30 watt....( hi/lo ) if that helps.

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With this reference you buy on web and choose, halogen, "xenon", led...
Halogen or "xenon" must be 30w/30w, no more or you will force your alternator/battery.
I already try Led but there light is very diffuse and return to halogen.
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Wow! What an answer, that’s perfect. I’ll report back with my choice and my findings.
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With this reference you buy on web and choose, halogen, "xenon", led...
Halogen or "xenon" must be 30w/30w, no more or you will force your alternator/battery.
I already try Led but there light is very diffuse and return to halogen.
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Case closed, the bulb type for my 1994 and 1999 is an H6M

There are a ton of LED options available, none of which I’ve seen look like very high quality.

PIAA offers a brighter H6M bulb with a colder hue but they get about $30 each! 😱

RMATV has a Tusk bulb for $10 each but the reviews indicate they don’t last long.

NAPA offers a 65w/45w bulb (P/N HM201N)
But I’m concerned that if the stock 30w bulb taxes the current carrying capability of the factory wiring the 65w high beam would likely smoke the connector in no time.
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Let us know if you find lights that work better than stock.

I'll be looking for some soon. My new 2000 300 needs bulbs and i wouldn't mind upgrading when i replace the old one's.
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I just got in from a short ride, all stock lights are working great since changing to the spare harnesses that I had on my parts bike. I’m guessing that the corrosion on the housings and connectors only increased the resistance in the circuit causing the connector failure. With that said I’m still gunshy about adding lights pulling twice the wattage. If my stock bulbs fail I’ll update you folks on what I replace them with.

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Let us know if you find lights that work better than stock.

I'll be looking for some soon. My new 2000 300 needs bulbs and i wouldn't mind upgrading when i replace the old one's.
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That part number came in handy thanks.

I went ahead and ordered both xenon and led bulbs.

I'll test them out when i get them all. I've also got some halogen bulbs i can steal out of my other 2000 to compare them to. I will try to post some pics after.

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