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Drag Specialties 5 3/4" LED Headlight Assembly For Harley
There's a reason factory HD's are starting to roll out with LED headlamps - they work. Really well, in fact. Get the benefits of greater illumination, reduced power consumption and a life of use that thoroughly outclasses incandescent and halogen technology.
Feature high-power, USA-built Cree LED chips for lighting with low power consumption and high output
Lasts up to 20 times longer than incandescent or halogen lights
Drag Specialties 5 3/4 LED Headlight Assembly For Harley
Great Headlight, modern look.
This headlight is a premium product, definitely worth the price. I was looking for a modern look and light temperature that would match my LED running lights. At the same time I wanted to keep an old school appearance and this headlight definitely does the job. As far as installation, if you know your way around your motorcycle, it would be very easy and fun. Now I wan to warn anyone buying this headlight, in my case (HD Softail Breakout) the Hi&Lo beam wires were switched. Other than that great product!!!
April 7, 2015
Bright as a thousand suns, or something like that.
I used two of these lights to replace the stock dual light setup on my Harley Fat Bob. I used a dual head light mount from another vendor to allow mounting using the stock mounting hole. Firstly, the bottom mount light does include a mounting block, and the needed hardware (chrome) for a typical install. Aesthetically these look much more "classic" when compared to other LED headlight options which are available. You also get a DOT approved headlight instead of trying to finagle a LED bulb or HID kit into your headlight housing, which isn't DOT approved and could result in a weird light pattern.
I would recommend some basic electrical wiring knowledge; knowing how to solder or splice wires. Before crimping I would recommend testing the lights; as I found the wires labeled/coded for high and low to be reversed. I would also recommend using some liquid electrical tape and heat shrink tubing to ensure that connection is waterproof.
For my application, I wanted to keep the dual headlight like the stock bike; but wanted larger headlights as I find the stock lights to be on the small side. The larger size looks much nicer and looks "right."
The lights throw a lot of pure light with a distinct cut off of the hot spot. I found that I had to adjust one of the lights by rotating it (loosen trim ring, and rotate light in housing) to correct a cant. I didn't notice a hazing/glare from these lights while adjusting them during a slight drizzle. The hot spot is much tighter than my stock lights, but there seems to still be a good peripheral lighting, although I would say it seems less than the stock lights. It's kind of hard to give a more concrete opinion on the peripheral lighting as my running/turn lights are LED and throw a good deal of light as well.
If I get a chance to go for a ride, I'll make a quick video. The pics really don't want to upload for some reason.
December 16, 2014
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Geoffrey C asked:So the adapter that is mentioned is not needed for 2014+ sportsters? Only the touring bikes? I don't see any link for the adapter on this page making me believe it is not needed.Mar 7, 2015