Black Chrome, Silver Chrome
DR650 96′ to current, DRZ400 00′ to current
Suzuki DR650/DRZ250/DRZ400 LED DOT Headlight Kit by JNS Engineering USA.
NOTE – FOUR DIFFERENT JNS LED LIGHT KITS NOW AVAILABLE UNDER THIS CATEGORY – ‘LIGHTING/ELECTRICAL’
The newest LED headlight from JNS Engineering is DOT approved and an entirely new LED specific headlight !
A specially designed adjustable steel mounting bracket replaces the stock unit. Included is a wiring harness and all the required hardware to make this installation quick and easy and mostly plug and play.
The DOT kit does not have a daytime running light and may require minor trimming on the backside of the fairing.
The headlight features separate low and high beam projectors in a custom headlight shell designed specifically for this LED bulb.
The primary advantage of this kit over the original is the DOT/SAE/E9 markings and a wider high beam pattern.
NOTE – Instructions that come with the headlight tell you to trim a fair amount of plastic from the inside of the headlight cowl, customer reports are very minor trimming needs to be done even at all, I just cut a minor slice in the corner as per the image so the fitting wasn’t quite as tight !
Note – additional information via a personal email –
The new DOT headlight has the “DOT” marking which is required in some states here in the USA that have department of motor vehicle safety inspections. It is also marked “SAE” and “E9” but I’m not exactly sure what those imply.
The DOT headlight has a far more useable and wider high beam pattern compared to the original kit. The low beams are very similar.
The DOT kit may also require a bit of minor trimming on the backside of the plastic fairing. Most customers have reported no trimming required but there’s always a chance of minor interference since the fork mounted brackets are easily twisted when the headlight is removed. It also does not have a parking light.
I’m also planning to do a night time side by side comparison video of all the different headlight options I offer.
Thank you, John