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    Check ebay for small 12v generators. At one time I was thinking I could run it from friction off the tensioner. Looked everywhere for an alternator or generator that was chain drive, no luck

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    How bout just running a small rechargable battery to power the light?

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    Small rechargeable battery is probably the way to go but maybe cobble something together from a kit like this? Bicycle Cycling Bike Tail Light Front Headlamp for Friction Generator 6V 3W LED | eBay

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    I guess I should have added that I run a small 12v battery and a solar charger on my sons bike. He wanted brake lights and also a headlight that I haven't tackled yet. It will be led when I do it. Simple since I have the wiring and 12v battery already in place

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    I have one of those. I have installed the light coils and I just need a wiring diagram for a MB200 baja Headlight setup so I can make a headlight wiring harness for my Hawg-Ty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinibikeBoy123 View Post
    I have one of those. I have installed the light coils and I just need a wiring diagram for a MB200 baja Headlight setup so I can make a headlight wiring harness for my Hawg-Ty.
    Dude there are only 2 wires on a Warrior headlight.... A positive and a ground. I have MB-165's and MB-200's and they all have 2 wires. Ground the black and switch the color if you want to turn it on and off.
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    Could you take a picture of how its wired from the engine to the headlight?

 

 
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