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post #1 of 247 Old 11-01-2011, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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LED Headlight

Anyone know if this will fit in the 919 stock bucket?
A friend has this in his harley fatboy low. Awsome awsome light output!!
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Pop your headlight out and measure it, there's dimensions included in the product description. Looks pretty cool, might be a great upgrade if it works.

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Too late tonight but I'm definately going to as soon as I get the chance.

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Looks like it will fit in any 7in bucket...I may get one of these for my Oldwing project bike...if not for the 9er!

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Looks interesting, keep us posted.

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video by harley dealer
HARLEY-DAVIDSON LED HEADLAMP AND AUXILIARY LAMPS - YouTube

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I think it will fit. If I remember the bucket is 4 or 4 1/2 deep

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Have you seen the price tag?

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Have you seen the price tag?
OMFG! Umm, I mean, no, I hadn't noticed, rather pricy isn't it?

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Give it time. That price will come down as other manufacturers compete. And of course other manufacturers may even produce better products...

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Give it time. That price will come down as other manufacturers compete. And of course other manufacturers may even produce better products...

No doubt and it is a really cool light. I saw them about a month ago. If I rode a lot at night it may even be worth the price. The 919 headlight really doesn't put out enough light IMO, but I very rarely ride at night.

You could always have g00g13it shop e-bay for you.

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My night vision sucks any more, just don't enjoy riding at night. The Duke is better than the 919, the FJR and XRL aren't great. Gotta say the Xenon/LED headlamps in my Audi light up the road like daylight though!

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I wonder what does the light beam pattern look like against a wall (light distribution)

One thing for sure is that this headlight is expensive.

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I'll certify that the 919 headlight doesn't put out enough light...with a better headlight, I would have seen the big rocks in my way and might have had enough time to stop safely rather than crashing in glorious fashion!

...That LED setup is very 'spensive, though! Dang!

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No doubt and it is a really cool light. I saw them about a month ago. If I rode a lot at night it may even be worth the price. The 919 headlight really doesn't put out enough light IMO, but I very rarely ride at night.

You could always have g00g13it shop e-bay for you.
I did my shopping on this very light about 6 months ago


I've already put it on my WANT list, just waiting for prices to come down or perhaps some alternatives to come out. It's too expensive right now.

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I agree about the price, holy crap! But thats a sweet light. On the video from the Harley dealer hi says it's plug and play. Thats for a Harley. What, if anything, would have to be done for a 9er?

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I'm in contact with a dealer of that headlight ;-)

Anybody interested in a group buy if we can get them under, oh, $380?


Last time I looked at these they were $799.... so they are definitely coming down in price.

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I'm in contact with a dealer of that headlight ;-)

Anybody interested in a group buy if we can get them under, oh, $380?


Last time I looked at these they were $799.... so they are definitely coming down in price.
It's a BIG MAYBE for me, that's alot of $$ and I would like to see a real review. I'd hate to spend that much $$ when I can get a set of LED driving lights for less.

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It's a BIG MAYBE for me, that's alot of $$ and I would like to see a real review. I'd hate to spend that much $$ when I can get a set of LED driving lights for less.
+1, but would seriously consider it.

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I'm in contact with a dealer of that headlight ;-)

Anybody interested in a group buy if we can get them under, oh, $380?


Last time I looked at these they were $799.... so they are definitely coming down in price.
I'm VERY interested...yes, I'd be in for that. If I'm gonna be riding at night, I need better LIGHT!

What does this light do that Hsprat's Ebay LED headlight doesn't do?

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All I know is, I did some research on the JW Speaker lights and they are the Ohlins of lumens.

Folks buy these lights for their Jeeps. Whole threads and forums dedicated to just the awesomeness of these lights.

There are also two configurations you can get, an H4 plug built directly into the back (we'd need to check clearances) or just wires leading to an H4 plug.

I might be willing to take a plunge on these, but I might need some help configuring mounting options in the stock bucket.

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I don't know why an H$ plug would be any bulkier than the stock plug...there is a bit of room to spare inside the bucket, though. I don't see it being a problem.

I might want to get one for my Gwing, too...but I need to get a whole bucket/headlight assembly for it first.

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The guy said Harley roadster or something had clearance issues, so he just said it would be something we'd have to check.

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I'd buy if the clearances would be fine. That much more light is a major safety plus. Do they sell a bucket for it? Is it an option to switch to a harley bucket?

also, the comparison video, I'm sure they used the shittiest regular bulb they could find to make a comparison. How would the LED headlight compare to sylvania ultrastar lamps?


I also hope there is extra room in the headlight bucket for my flash2pass. I love that thing. If not, I can hide it somewhere else and run jumpers to the headlight wires.

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I would be down for a group buy!

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I do like the black-out look of the jw speaker much better though...

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Don't know about you guys, but my bucket is crammed full of wiring. Hate to point this out, but some of these super bright headlights are also safety problems for oncoming traffic. More than once I've been blinded by some fool's HID lighting overdose. Not sure that blinding an oncoming car actually makes you any safer. Might as well just ride around with your brights on. My 2c.

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I'd buy if the clearances would be fine. That much more light is a major safety plus. Do they sell a bucket for it? Is it an option to switch to a harley bucket?

also, the comparison video, I'm sure they used the shittiest regular bulb they could find to make a comparison. How would the LED headlight compare to sylvania ultrastar lamps?


I also hope there is extra room in the headlight bucket for my flash2pass. I love that thing. If not, I can hide it somewhere else and run jumpers to the headlight wires.

The difference between a Harley headlight bucket and what we have is that the harley buckey has a single attachment point on the bottom of the fixture... we have two, on the sides.

I believe that the 919 light is already an H4 plug, so that shouldnt be an issue





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Don't know about you guys, but my bucket is crammed full of wiring.
The wiring can be tucked easily enough. Some of the main harness length can be pulled back under the tank. Also some connectors can be rerouted and stored where the pair valve was located. Wiring harness length issues have been handled before by any member with a dominator or buell setup.

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I'm pretty sure this light is thinner or at last as thin as stock. I can't imagine there being a lot of electronics to pack in there

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Don't know about you guys, but my bucket is crammed full of wiring. Hate to point this out, but some of these super bright headlights are also safety problems for oncoming traffic. More than once I've been blinded by some fool's HID lighting overdose. Not sure that blinding an oncoming car actually makes you any safer. Might as well just ride around with your brights on. My 2c.
jay, wiring is NOT an issue, i know this for a fact because i'm able to fit a 599 light and the lens unit is much bigger/deeper than the 919 unit. no sweat there.

as for blinding lights, as long as they are focused/aimed correctly, they'll work better than standard bulbs. the reason for this is because they've been designed to work specifically to have light cutoff at specific angles of projection. projectors with hids are a very fine example of this and is why projectors are required for running HID bulbs. many people make the mistake of running just the HID bulb without a proper projector so the end result is massive glare.

looking at the LED unit shows a sort of focusing lens/projector of some type and the light output looks very focused. either way, would love to get a close look at it.

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I found that JW Speaker LED over a year ago and posted the information, but ultimately gave up on it because of price. The 919 headlight with a PIAA bulb ain't that bad and you could also add Twisted Throttle's aux LED setup way cheaper.

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jmany people make the mistake of running just the HID bulb without a proper projector so the end result is massive glare.
Good point and probably the issue with a lot of those blinding HID lights.

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I'm in contact with a dealer of that headlight ;-)

Anybody interested in a group buy if we can get them under, oh, $380?


Last time I looked at these they were $799.... so they are definitely coming down in price.
Which headlight were you talking with the dealer?

I'd buy the jw speaker one for that price right now. I'm totally down for a group buy

I'll be the guinea pig. Take photos and do a write up

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Which headlight were you talking with the dealer?

I'd buy the jw speaker one for that price right now. I'm totally down for a group buy

I'll be the guinea pig. Take photos and do a write up

Let me see if I can find the info. Last I spoke with him I believe he quoted me around $380 a unit if I could get 10 units. Seeing that it's been a few months, we might be able to get than # down.

Drum up some interest and I'm all for heading up a group buy!

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