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post #1 of 10 Old November 1st, 2011, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
 
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XP LED Lights Conversion

Ok I bought some XP LED Headlights to put in the wifes RZR 4. My question is does anyone know if Polaris makes a adapter plug to make this simple plug and play or will I have to cut and splice wires??
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Mike you have to cut and splice. I didnt want to do that so I paid 99 and got the ones from UTV inc instead and even though it cost me about 40 more they had every thing cut and made ready to just plug in. it was so easy. I was told the ones they sell are a little better but i dont know, i never had any thing wrong if it doest work they stand behind what they sell.theres a thread on here some where with pics on how to cut and splice with goods pics. dont know where it is. you get the 4 cage yet ? cant wait till thanks giving when we all go back to the dunes.


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Mike you have to cut and splice. I didnt want to do that so I paid 99 and got the ones from UTV inc instead and even though it cost me about 40 more they had every thing cut and made ready to just plug in. it was so easy. I was told the ones they sell are a little better but i dont know, i never had any thing wrong if it doest work they stand behind what they sell.theres a thread on here some where with pics on how to cut and splice with goods pics. dont know where it is. you get the 4 cage yet ? cant wait till thanks giving when we all go back to the dunes.
Won't get the cage till the end of next week from the powder coater. I bought a set of stock headlights from a 900 XP. That's why I'm wanting to know if they make an adapter plug from round on the 4 to flat like the XP.
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calll utv inc they have the ones you just plug in and go. no cutting wires.


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Ok I bought some XP LED Headlights to put in the wifes RZR 4. My question is does anyone know if Polaris makes a adapter plug to make this simple plug and play or will I have to cut and splice wires??
Well after going to two diffrent dealers I found what I was looking for. If anyone else ends up needing these Part #'s are 24111712 and 2411711. These are for 2011 and up simple plug and play. They make adapter plugs for the older models as well.
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great find, thx

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Ok I bought some XP LED Headlights to put in the wifes RZR 4. My question is does anyone know if Polaris makes a adapter plug to make this simple plug and play or will I have to cut and splice wires??
Well after going to two diffrent dealers I found what I was looking for. If anyone else ends up needing these Part #'s are 24111712 and 2411711. These are for 2011 and up simple plug and play. They make adapter plugs for the older models as well.
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Do these lights draw less power than the regular stock rzr headlight or HID conversion?
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Do these lights draw less power than the regular stock rzr headlight or HID conversion?
I don't know for sure, but from what I do know about LED's they generally draw very little power.
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I would love to put them on my 4 but the price gets me
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