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post #91 of 105 (permalink) Old 08-17-2019, 02:10 PM
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I'm new here but Ill throw my two cents in. I picked up the H4 cyclops 10.0 LED headlight and it was an easy install. the light spread is perfect for me on low and high beams. No error codes and looks amazing. The bike is in the shop right now but ill snag pics asap
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I'm new here but Ill throw my two cents in. I picked up the H4 cyclops 10.0 LED headlight and it was an easy install. the light spread is perfect for me on low and high beams. No error codes and looks amazing. The bike is in the shop right now but ill snag pics asap
How about oncoming light glare? I do not want to blind oncoming drivers and get high-beamed and stuff.
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Sorry, and where did you buyh?
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XK's newest bulb (the one we stock) is updated, has the correct orientation, now has the driver integrated, and customer feedback has been off the charts. Clearly the way to go in my opinion based on our experience.
It says you are a vendor, but I have no clue what website? I cannot see? I would rather support a forum vendor.
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As long as this topic is alive again...

What is everyone using for an LED Pilot light? (that little wedge bulb under your main lamp)

I bought some chinese crap off ebay (recommended here ironically) and unsurprisingly they died very quickly.

Dropped a gear... . . . . . . . . . . ...still here

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What is everyone using for an LED Pilot light? (that little wedge bulb under your main lamp)

I bought some chinese crap off ebay (recommended here ironically) and unsurprisingly they died very quickly.
I myself removed the stock the City light completely and defiantly would not want a LED in there.
A brighter light on the road right in front of you just creates glare . The problem with glare is that is causes your eyes to dilate and reduces your ability to see in the darkness farther and better.
But theres other needs by some that can benefit from them.


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Totally understood. It was my understanding that the pilot light was for parking safety and as a backup light source if the primary headlight fails. In that situation at least you wouldn't be blind and invisible and possibly able to limp home. I mostly disliked the color mismatch after going LED on the main lamp. Now that my LED pilot is burnt out, there still isn't any color mismatch. *shrug*

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How about oncoming light glare? I do not want to blind oncoming drivers and get high-beamed and stuff.
Thread on it here.

https://www.z125owners.com/forum/z12...mens-lies.html
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Well I just ordered one from you MNNTHBX and I am having it shipped to my bike in Florida. Once I get there (~2 weeks) I will try it out and report back.
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I’m in Florida and I got the led light I’ll be installing it today. I’ll try to post pictures and report back tonight or tomorrow once I test it out in the night.
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