I might be able to get them for you. What year and model is your bike?I understand all that. Do you know if there is anything available in LED that fits the Vics?
I believe the headlight assembly alone is around the thousand dollars mark for cars with LED headlights.What about, for example, the Audi daytime running lights? They are LED and are constantly on.
You're just trying to get me in trouble based on my own statements! :ltr:I was just using that as an example for what you were saying about the heat issue with constantly running LED's.
Well, different bulbs go in different headlights. Anyway, if you're so keen to experiment with the electrical system on your bike, and given you already know everything I warned you about, I can get you the LED bulbs that would fit your bike at $25/piece shipped. I will not take returns, exchanges, nor offer any kind of warranty on them. On the contrary, I am saying you should not put them on your bike - this feels like assisted suicide. :crzy:I bought the light the day I got the bike (May-09) to replace the regular round one the bike came with. Is there a differance between the Vic models? Aren't those wedge shape headlight assembly's all the same?
I too have a buddy with a CVO UG with the new HD LED headlights and passing lamps. His ride is a beauty and it has four, yes, four HID lower lights attached to his crash bars. He followed me for 6000+ K this last week so I got a really good look at the light show he had going.Saw a new Chrysler 300 with LED's tonite. Looks alot like Audi's.
XRoads, my bike is a 09 Vegas 8ball. I changed the stock headlight to the wedge shaped one like all the bikes now have.