Harley LED Headlight, Passing Lamps and Halo Review

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Our experts review upgrading to a Harley LED headlight, passing lamps and Halo. We take a look at some of the LED advantages over stock lighting.

Full Installation Video: How to Install LED Lights for Harley-Davidson

Overview of Kuryakyn 7 in. Phase 7 L.E.D. Headlamp – 2249

• Complex Reflector design provides unmatched performance while providing the appearance of a traditional headlamp
• Impact resistant polycarbonate lenses with chemical and scratch resistant non-yellowing coating
• Low beam current draw 1.5 amps (stock halogen is 4.9 amps)
• High beam current draw 2.3 amps (stock halogen is 5.5 amps)
• Meets applicable DOT, FMVSS or SAE requirements
• Three-year warranty

FITMENTS: Electra Glides, Street Glides, Road Kings, Trikes, FLST models with 7 in. headlights and Dyna Switchback

Included Items:
(1) Headlamp L.E.D. 7 in.

Purchase at DennisKirk.com.

Overview of Kuryakyn 4 1/2 in. Phase 7 L.E.D. Passing Lamps – 2247

* Complex Reflector design provides unmatched performance
* Complements the look of the headlamp
* Impact resistant polycarbonate lenses with chemical and scratch resistant non-yellowing coating
* Passing lamps current draw 1.4 amps (stock halogen 4.0 amps)
* Meets applicable DOT, FMVSS or SAE requirements
* 3 year warranty
* Fits 05-12 H-D models with 4 1/2 in. passing lamps

NOTE: Can be used on 04-earlier models but require separate purchase of two H-D adapter harnesses (H-D PART NO. 68355-05)

Purchase at DennisKirk.com.

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2 Responses to “Harley LED Headlight, Passing Lamps and Halo Review”
  1. Bruce Wolf Knowles

    I have a 2014 Ultra Classic on which the brake lights do not light immediately and cruise control does not immediately release until I’m truly braking. Applying the brakes with the cruise control on results in a nose dive. They have replace the module that is supposed to control this stuff, with no changes. have any ideas?

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  2. James Gaddis

    I have a 1997 Softail, I have changed all of my lights (head, passing, turn and break) to LED. Have not added any kind of load equalizer, just changed the bulbs. No problems that I know of.

    Reply

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