No drilling required! Will fit where your H7 fits.
+Awesome beam pattern
Provides a distinct upper beam cutoff with low beam applications and unsurpassed distance for high beam applications. Guaranteed or your money back.
+Light output per light
6000 lumens @ 1.8 amps from Luxeon ZES leds.
+ Maleable Mesh heatsink makes use of available space. Bend and form the mesh to fit. Mesh will not get hot enough to melt anything, maximum temperature is 120F
+5700k color temperature
+H7 adapter made from aluminum.
+Aluminum finned, waterproof external driver
+30,000 hour expected life.
+Canbus compatibile, no error codes.
1 year for manufacturing defects.
90 days - Beam Pattern Guarantee - If at anytime during the first 90 days you are not pleased with the beam pattern. Return it for a full refund for cost of product (excludes shipping).
Posted by Terry on 12th Jun 2019
My R1200RT eats regular headlights every 10000 miles. I hope this is the last time I ever have to even think about this.
The led is bright and throws a good pattern.
Contrary to popular belief, it can be installed without removing the headlight cluster. About 30 minutes for the *#!!!*’^^^ spring wires to secure the adaptor ring and the 10 minutes for the rest.
Posted by Brian K on 4th Apr 2019
I had an hid for the high, but hid doesn't work well for instant on (like flashing an oncoming car). Also, there's not enough room inside the light housing to fit an led bulb with a fan built in to the base so it would stick out and on a motorcycle you'll eventually get stuck in the rain. This solved both problems. Granted, It's not as bright as hid, but it definitely makes a difference compared to using just my hid low beam.
Posted by Bmwrr on 4th Apr 2019
Installed on my R1200RT BMW motorcycle. Fit without modification. Light pattern is good with no V pattern or distortion, but does get washed out a bit in oncoming headlights. Light is white and bright showing paint and signs brighter than other objects around me. Animal eyes shine brightly! The added lumens do not seam to bother oncoming drivers.