LED 960 Lights for F6B, GL1800 2nd gen

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LED 960 Lights for F6B, GL1800 2nd gen
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$269.99
MSRP:
$319.99
Item #:
BPHGWLGT12C
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The most powerful lights available for the GL1800 2nd Gen, each of the four extreme 10W LED elements gives out 960 lumens at 6000K the same bright white color as most HID lights yet in total they use less than 1 amp in current.

Constructed from billet aluminum with a toughened glass lens and mounted behind a resin coated custom aluminum shield.

Supplied with led fog light switch that mounts in the factory space in the left hand panel, installation is quick and easy with factory plugs that mate to the existing wiring on the bike, just remove the lower cowling blanks and drill four small holes and that's it.

These lights will not only enhance your nighttime riding experience but during the day they will help announce your presence on the road to other road users. While being bright they are flood lights so they are designed not to dazzle oncoming traffic.

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29 Member Reviews

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10/12/2015
dennis
yuma, AZ
20_stars
LED 960 Lights for GL 2nd gen

I have had these lights on since July and about 6500 miles. The lens have turned a little discolorued. My biggest problem though is one got condensation in it when I was out in the rain. Poor quality I think for expensive lights. On the positive side they are very bright.

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9/20/2015
stewart42
TX
20_stars
2nd time lights went out

I've had these lights for about 7 months and this will be the 2nd time to replace them. It will cost me another $20 to ship it. These lights are bright but it's costing more than they are worth. Halogen lights are cheaper and easier to repair.

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8/21/2015
boersmar
20_stars
Installation nightmare

I received the kit, and installed yesterday. The written instructions were useless. The install video found on wingstuff was helpful. I ended up going to three different videos to successfully install. How to remove the Cowl, How to install the lights, How to connect to the electrical stock wiring.
Fitment is difficult, but eventually turns out. Guess work on how to make lighting fit into the cut-outs appropriately.
The light switch sometimes fails, but with repeated cycles of pressing the switch, eventually holds.
The mounting washers supplied were too big, so I had to pick up new stainless steel washers large enough to fit the slots, but small enough to allow for adjustment. The only thing I really like about these lights are how bright they are. That is fantastic..
BikeEM3 needs to create better instructions with the kit. Make sure the instructions are complete.. And give you the appropriate mounting hardware.
It would also be nice if they could just create a slip
in mounting bracket to fill the cowling space. Installation was on a 2012 Goldwing. Good light brightness (5 grade) - Installation a "0".
Good Luck.

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8/19/2015
Ripley, TN
30_stars
ok

Got these for my 2012 when I bought it cause this was the only company making square lights for a square hole, but dont like the fit and finish isnt perfect.

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7/4/2015
Kent
Englewood, CO
10_stars
Simply to bright, installation nightmare

Simply to bright for city use and no real distance lighting. There is absolutely no need to flood the area 100 -200 feet infront of you with this much light in the city. If you typically ride rural undeveloped areas I could understand the need but not in the city. In the name of your personal safety you do not have the right to risk others safety. Yes, I believe these lights are so bright you are capable of blinding oncoming traffic. If someone at the DOT sees these lights in action they will have a mild stroke.
Installation: PITA....
Wished I had chosen something I could use.

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