Here is the link.I did great deal of search.The price and the quality exceeds anything I've seen.Beats the British Buster lights by performance and price. I went with halogens.You do need to find brackets to mount.I had it made from polished aluminum.Xneos77 said:Actually I really like the gap in between. It makes it stand out a bit more makes it more unique. Which lights are those?
yup, a slightly smaller one, put it right in the middle but a few inches down, then get one of those pancake (wider than tall) driving/fog lamps right below that.Yellow Nudist said:Holy honking lights.... I think you should add a third one! ;D
If you click on the link you'll see the lights which have all the specs. The mounts are made by my brother who is a machinist.mario60185 said:looks good, do you have any more pics from farther away? i might buy those too. thanks alot.
what size are those and what mounts did you use?
Arvan said:Folks Please don't order these lights.Since I installed them my bike started slowly and today it died on me.I am certain it is not the lights since the wattage is not that great however don't get the lights and blame me for similar problem.
Problem is when turning the ignition in my opinion too much juice goes to lights and not enough left to turn the starter motor or I simply have a weak battery.It is still the original battery five yr old.Today I will by pass the headlight by cuttung the hi beam and starting the bike in high beam(no lights) and see if the bike starts normally.