Samuel in WA
This review is specifically for a Suzuki DR350SE with the stock headlight housing. Your mileage may vary. The way the light is reflected with this particular housing caused there to be two bright spots on the left and the right of the beam, with a dark spot in the middle, with miscellaneous scattering of light everywhere else. I have experience with this layout of LED bulb: with two emitters on either side of the stalk - the back two for low beam, the front two for high beam. I had previously purchased a cheapo H4 bulb on ebay with the same layout, that had the exact same problem (though even that one had a removable reflector, so you could choose to blind traffic or not - this cyclops bulb doesn't, and seems to be offroad-only). Though the beam was unacceptable to me in my DR350, it worked great in my 05 Kawasaki Ninja 250. I was excited when I saw the picture of this product with the 3 larger emitters arranged in a triangular pattern, as that seemed to me to be the most similar to how a standard halogen bulb disperses light, but unfortunately that was not what I received. I will be returning it, and trying something else. It is very bright, though.Read All Reviews
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