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Replacement lamps and bulbs for your motorcycle lighting.
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
Ian in WA
I have used Cyclops on my dirt bikes for years, this new kit for my 1190R was just what I needed to get a massive improvement over stock lighting. With short days in the winter here in Pacific Northwest, this was exactly the upgrade I needed to be able to ride safely. Easy to install once you know how to pull the mask off the new KTM (lot more plastic on these new bikes vs. the old 990). Bulbs go right in and plenty of room behind the mask for everything.Read All Reviews
Jonathan in Washington
I helped a friend install this Cyclops rectifier on his WR450F so he could run the Cyclops H4 LED bulb without making any other stator or wiring mods to his bike. Just as described, we used the two sided 3m tape to attach the rectifier to the back of the headlight assembly, then followed the included instruction for hooking up the wires. As his bike didn't run a high / low beam switch we only had to hook up the high beam wires (all filaments lit up). The only things I can think to mention are on the WR450 we had to space the headlight assembly forward about 3/4" for the H4 LED bulbs cooling fan to clear the frame at full lock. The kit came with bullet style connectors for the wires, I chose to use heat- shrink instead. This rectifier / LED bulb set up was a fantastic value compared to having to buy an aftermarket stator and voltage regulator.Read All Reviews
Jonathan in Washington
After riding with a friend who had these bulbs in his bike I couldn't believe how much more visible his bike was during the daylight. When the H7 version became available I installed two in my BMW F800GS. The low beam bulb took a few tries to get the little bulb ballast into the headlight assembly, but it fit. The high beam side required the rear cover to be left off the headlight assembly. This actually made installation pretty easy. The bulbs are a huge improvement over stock and better than any other replacement bulb on the market. I now have these bulbs in all my WR250R and my wifes BMW Dakar. These won't eliminate your desire for axillary lights if you really want to turn night into day, but for the money this is the best mod I have made on my bikes.Read All Reviews
jay in Connecticut
bulb is unusable in a car with clear tail lights as a parking/ stop light. w the light on and standing behind the car you can only make out a small bit of re illumination. took them out immediatelyRead All Reviews