Yamaha MT07

The Yamaha MT-07 is one of the bestselling Yamaha bikes -and for a good reason- it is an awesome bike! Yamaha claims it is inspired by ‘The dark side of Japan’ and we have made it look even better with a blacked out projector headlight. To make your MT-07 look even better than the stock option, we have developed a very cool upgrade kit to improve looks, light output and safety which is always of vital importance on a bike. Update 2018: besides the info below, we have also developed a kit with a mounting bracket, for more information Click here.


With the shroud painted a black matte, that you can see in the picture above, you'll have a rough and good looking headlight in the MT07. The regular chrome E46-R shrouds will also give you a cool look!

Open the headlight

The headlight of the MT07 is pretty easy to open. All you have to do is heat the butyl sealant, wich will come loose when warm, and you can open te headlight.

Where to hide the ballast

As shown on the pictures, the best place to ' hide ' the ballast is in under the seat! So if you would like that, you can include the extended AMP cable  in your order! Next to the AMP extend cables you will also need the 9006 'ballast' extended cable.

Bi-xenon projector

The projectors are bi-xenon, so you'll run both low beam and high beam through the new bi-xenon Mini H1 projector!

Click the button above to go to our shop where you can order this kit! In this Yamaha is used :

- The Mini H1 motor kit

- The Aharon slim ballast AMP

- The E46-r shroud

- The XB35 5500k bulb for the best light output

- You can (additionally) order the position lights to match the xenons.

Here you can find pictures of the retrofitted Yamaha!

Yamaha MT07 Xenon ballast sideYamaha MT07 Xenon front ballast Yamaha MT07 Xenon front fitted on bike Yamaha MT07 Xenon projector front close fitted Yamaha MT07 Xenon Mini D2S side close fitted Yamaha MT07 Xenon side no lens Yamaha MT07 Xenon open head light Yamaha MT07 Xenon head light on D2S closeup Yamaha MT07 Xenon main beam light output