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Thread: Number plate light for DR650/GSXR750/1100 K,L,M,N 89-92

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    Number plate light for DR650/GSXR750/1100 K,L,M,N 89-92

    My DR lost it's number plate light on a ride last weekend so I need a replacement, but Suzuki don't have any in NZ.

    The number plate light was used on all DR650's from 1996 on and my research indicates it was also used on the GSXR 750 and 1100 from 1989 to 1992.

    Hit me up if you have a spare one.

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    Is this because you want to keep it 100% original?

    https://www.bike-parts-suz.com/suzuk...ListID=2020348

    These guys are good but that an expensive light.
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    I've had this lying around for a while. Came of a 1100, not sure what year. Looks slightly different to the diagram but might do the trick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mossy1200 View Post
    Is this because you want to keep it 100% original?

    https://www.bike-parts-suz.com/suzuk...ListID=2020348

    These guys are good but that an expensive light.
    My bike is far from original, more that I didn't want to be phaffing around trying to get something else to fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddieb View Post
    My bike is far from original, more that I didn't want to be phaffing around trying to get something else to fit.
    You can buy little led bolt kits that are legal for number plate lights.

    http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/moto...1312349218.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by BASS-TREBLE View Post
    I've had this lying around for a while. Came of a 1100, not sure what year. Looks slightly different to the diagram but might do the trick?
    Whats the bolt spacing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddieb View Post
    Whats the bolt spacing?
    53mm. M6 thread

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    somewhere i have a NOS suzuki savage one, same i think but chrome. 46mm spacing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    somewhere i have a NOS suzuki savage one, same i think but chrome. 46mm spacing

    They look the same

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