New blaster lights without a new coil?

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  1. 99blasterzach

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    i would like to get new lights. I read on hear that there is a max of 55 watts on the stock coil from the engine, i dont really want to get a upgraded coil. Is there any little pod light that would work? i would want two little pod lights and the taillight would still be connected. the little pod lights look like this, My blasty is a 92 with handlebar light.
    Also would a 2004 plus style headlight/hood work on a 92?? i like the style the new ones.
     

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    The newer body style would work. All blasters have the same frame so it’s interchangable. I have a 92 as well and plan on swapping plastics from a 03-06
    And for the light, just get some 18watt lights off amazon, they cost $20 and work awesome. My brother has a big 40-50watt on his blaster and it flickers when idling, but when you give it some gas it works fine.
    Link for the lights
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00I...oad+lights&dpPl=1&dpID=51r1mjWIZQL&ref=plSrch
     
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    The newer body style would work. All blasters have the same frame so it’s interchangable. I have a 92 as well and plan on swapping plastics from a 03-06
    And for the light, just get some 18watt lights off amazon, they cost $20 and work awesome. My brother has a big 40-50watt on his blaster and it flickers when idling, but when you give it some gas it works fine.
    Link for the lights
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00I...oad+lights&dpPl=1&dpID=51r1mjWIZQL&ref=plSrch
     
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    Not exactly brakes for a 03-06 will not fit on a 88-02 frame without modification
    also not sure about the big light's you speak 0f
     
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    The newer body style would work. All blasters have the same frame so it’s interchangable. I have a 92 as well and plan on swapping plastics from a 03-06
    And for the light, just get some 18watt lights off amazon, they cost $20 and work awesome. My brother has a big 40-50watt on his blaster and it flickers when idling, but when you give it some gas it works fine.
    Link for the lights
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00I...oad+lights&dpPl=1&dpID=51r1mjWIZQL&ref=plSrch

    I meant that the plastics are interchangable. The lights just wire into the stock one and works fine.
     

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