This complete, no guess work, conversion is the fastest way to dramatically improve the lighting performance on your 2011-2016 Triumph Scrambler. Every component has been designed to add function and style like nothing else on the market.
The Triumph Scrambler 7 Inch Headlight Conversion Includes:
These headlight brackets provide a solid, easy to install/remove, mounting solution to your factory forks. The adaptable design allows for a variety of headlight buckets to be used. CNC machined from 6061-T6 Aluminum (US Sourced), anodized black, and includes stainless hardware. Choice of Standard w/signal holes, Short, and Super Short side brackets.
Flat Gauge Cluster Bracket
This bracket provides 2 functions; lays the gauges flat and more compact to the top triple clamp, and relocates the ignition/key in front of the bars. Made from 6061-T6 Aluminum (US Sourced), powder coated black, and includes stainless hardware.
Rectifier Relocation Kit
We’ve designed this part to not interfere with one of the most crucial elements of the air cooled Triumph engine, the oil cooler. The rectifier and horn are mounted out of the airflow path to the oil cooler for optimum cooling. The rectifier has also been spaced off of the bracket for better breathability and mounted high enough for routing the harness. Choice of single or dual horn mount. Made from 6061-T6 Aluminum (US Sourced), powder coated black, and includes stainless hardware.
Made in USA • Conversion Only – Headlight Sold Separately
- 7 Inch Adaptive LED Headlight – Best performing headlight on the market.
- 7 Inch Adaptive LED Headlight in OEM Bucket – Easily fit all of the wiring back in the bucket.
- 7 Inch LED Headlight Evo 2 – An excellent headlight option.
- 7 Inch LED Headlight Evo 2 in OEM Bucket – Easily fit all of the wiring back in the bucket.
- 7 Inch Round Headlight – Classic style.
Conversion is currently designed specifically for 2011+ dual gauge Triumph Scramblers. The Headlight Mounts and Rectifier Relocation Bracket can be purchased separately for pre-2011 models with a single gauge, all that is missing is a way to relocate the ignition. A complete pre-2011 solution is currently under development.