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KYMCO Venox Lightbar
KYMCO Venox Lightbar

KYMCO Venox – Lightbar

Our KYMCO Venox – 10,000 Review received almost 200 visitors in a matter of weeks. A lot of people were looking for info on how to make a KYMCO Venox louder. Other visitors were searching for information on a lightbar for the 250 cc Venox so we decided to share a little information with you.

Stock lighting

First off, the Venox’s stock lighting is pretty good!
The headlight is Halogen, (H4 bulb), and it’s housing is a nice, sleek, and large. Why upgrade lighting? Studies have shown multiple lights are safer than one, so adding a lightbar probably won’t hurt.
As an added bonus, a lightbar on the KYMCO Venox makes the entire front look a lot beefier and compliments the rest of the bike.

What does it look like in?

Where can I buy a KYMCO Venox lightbar?

My pictures are of last year’s model made by Custom SPAAN, a Spanish manufacturer. There are no OEM aftermarket lightbars for the Venox so you’ll have to go through this after-market lightbar or come up with your own system. This year, the lightbars have been changed a little should look like this:

The North American distributor for SPAAN is Tucker Motorcycle Supply based in Texas. Canadian friends, fear not, shipping was roughly one week and only about $20 with no duties. I’ll be purchasing a sissybar (passenger backrest) from Tony as soon as he gets his new shipment, which will include engine guards and other KYMCO Venox accessories.

Here is a direct link to the lightbar, click!

Other links

Questions? Comments?

Please leave a comment below and I’ll get back to you and try to help.

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