We are very happy to announce that we now have an Adjustable Bracket for the Yamaha Raider Motorcycle. This will bracket will be available for preorder on 1/21/2019. Orders will ship out on or before 1/27/2019.
This bracket will have an adjustment range in the UP and DOWN positions only.
All kits listed on our website will be compatible with the Yamaha Raider. We have different color options to choose from within the product page.
Before you make your purchase, please note that you will require the following hardware from your existing stock headlight bucket.
Please make sure and verify that your Yamaha Headlight Bucket matches the picture as shown above to guarantee proper fitment.
This Install does not require any modification to your Stock Adjuster Housing. You will However need a Dual H4 Load Resistor to use the LED Daymaker. We sell them on our site as an option. These are required so that the stator can handle the load. Running a haymaker without these Load resistors on a Yamaha Raider Model may result in failures with the electronical system on your motorcycle.
You will need the following tools to be able to complete this install.
As mentioned before, you will have adjustment in the UP and DOWN positions only. The housing is centered perfectly so you will no longer have a LEFT / RIGHT Adjustment. You really do not need it.
We provide all the additional hardware you will require to complete this installation. You will need to purchase nothing more other than what's listed in the Tools Required section above. We strongly advice that you use Blue Loctite to secure all screws.
This Kit does not come with a set of written instructions. All instructions are now available online in our Members Only Area. Click on Technical Support to view our Pictured Step By Step Instructions and Click on Learning Center to Watch a Video walking you through the Install Process( Video Coming Soon). Access to the Members Only Area is only available to those who have purchased a bracket or Kit.
I apologize for not having posted a picture of the actual Bracket online. We are in the process of submitting a patent for our design, and once we get the patent, we will post pictures. Thank you for your understanding.