This product has been superseded by the Native H4R2.
Awesome beam pattern - Provides a distinct cutoff with low beam applications. Great visibility with focused high beam.
3600 lumens 25 watts low beam
3600 lumens 25 watts high beam
+5700k color temperature
+50,000 hour expected life.
+ DC 9-32volts
+Phillips Flip Chip LED
1 year for manufacturing defects.
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Posted by Radar on 7th Oct 2018
I was pleased with the ease of installation and light output compared to the currently used H4 bulb. WOW!! I recommend this to everyone who has the older bikes and want more light output for night riding.
Posted by RJ on 6th Sep 2018
This fits the goofy headlight in my BMW R1100GS, and provides far more light. Good cut-off at low and high, no glare. A very good upgrade for my use!
Posted by Kaw'ee on 5th Sep 2018
Totally agree with the 3 times brighter statement here and is more light than I'll ever need. I did not want a blinding LED that was obnoxious to oncoming traffic or the rear view mirrors of the riders in front of me and the sharp/precise cut off point of the pencil beam does just that. Also the pencil beam is perfect for finding your way off road when needing to see around sharp turns while trail riding. My bike will not accept the rear mounted fan and cooling fins type LED bulbs like most bikes (no room). Lucky Me I found this one that met both my needs.
Posted by Eric on 3rd Jul 2018
Pretty close, but not perfect. I have been a reluctant adopter of LED lighting for retrofit applications. Only a small percentage of what's on the market today can really be considered an improvement over stock. The H4 bulb is especially one of these cases. In the FJR, the dual H4's sit in the center of their lens housings, and have two filaments for high and low. The low beam filament is forward, and has a small metal shield forcing the light into the upper half of the lens, and the resulting light throw is a typical low beam pattern. The high beam however is rearward, but without the shield; thus adjusting the throw further down the road AND using both the upper and lower halves of the lenses. In stock form the FJR really does have a great lighting setup, and I had no complaints or motivation to move over to LED. So what's up with the H4 Native? First the good. They're bright. The hi/low configuration is accurately located in the lens, so there is a distinct change in focus and throw from low beam to high beam, and the light throw patterns are accurate for the application. The down fall however, for the FJR at least. Since the heat sink for the H4 Native is the bottom half of the assembly, switching to high beam only focuses with the top half of the lens, and I lose all of the pattern the bottom half of the lens housings provide. Half of the high beam spread is eliminated in this application. So, why will I keep these? I don't like the braided cable heat sink, or the other add on modules associated with many of the other lights on the market. I really appreciate the drop in install on the natives, and no modification to the rubber boots or housing. Secondly, I just added a set of fork mounted LED floods (competitors product) which are adjustable on low beam, and integrated to full power on high beams. A very nice product, and 2000+ lumens each. In theory now, on high beam I'm projecting 11,200 lumens. With the fork mounted floods and hi/lo beam integration, it makes up for losing the bottom half of the FJR lenses on high beam from the H4 Natives. All while consuming the same power as two stock H4's on high beam. Lastly, the color on the H4 Native and the fork mount LED's match, which was my driving force to test the H4 Natives. All in all I'm pleased the product, and would otherwise give them 5 Stars if I didn't lose the lower half of my lenses.
Posted by Robert on 22nd May 2018
Perfect fit, less than half the wattage of a halogen bulb. Put one in the wife’s “Frankenbike” (old BMW /2 with ‘83 running gear). I liked it so much that I bought two more for my R80GS and R80/7 sidecar rig.
Posted by Scott Chapman on 24th Apr 2018
Fit perfectly with no modification. Very bright on low and high beam. Definitely an improvement for an old bike.
Posted by samcusto on 10th Apr 2018
Not bad at all I’m pleased
Posted by Jeff Kalin on 2nd Apr 2018
The design makes it an easy-fitting replacement in the 7.5 inch Bosch (sans the useless shield). It provides a wider, brighter dispersion and has a white-blue color compared to the standard H4. It draws less power - which is a good thing for the charging system on an older boxer.
Posted by Robert Bolton on 28th Mar 2018
Very white light. Easy installation, just had to remove inner shield for clearance. Uses 25 watts on low and 50 watts on high. The low beam appears to just light the top of the lens but there is a ton of light. Fits perfectly in the headlight shell of an '83 BMW R80RT.
Posted by Cap on 22nd Mar 2018
This is just what I was looking for my 72 R60/5 toaster. I use the standard electrical system and wanted to have a bright light without the power consumption of the H4 bulb I was using. Plug-n-Play. The light beam has good cut off on hi and low so it's not offensive to oncoming traffic.
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