I've had them for about two years now I guess. I like em'. I think they look perfect because the amber is almost the exact same color as the turn signals. My only problem has been that the last two pairs have gotten moisture in them big time. But it seems that I AM NOT the norm. Something about where I ride, not sure....
I just installed a set of these this past week. Very easy install and the look is certainly different which is what I was looking for. These lights are to be seen only and they are very visible, not to see with as you will not even know they are on.
I have the white lights, but, they are very blue is color.
There is no beam pattern to these at all. If you want to cast light do not order these. They are simply to make you a little more visible to oncoming traffic.
I too have a moisture problem. I installed them last year I believe. I expect them to start dying shortly as a result of that. Several of my Kury lights have failed due to moisture and also the side maker lights on my Escapade trailer. I'm wondering if it is not a factor of not only poor sealing but also low heat generation to dry them out as compared to an incandescent. I need to call Lewis and talk with him about the problem.
Wow, ordered them Monday evening and they came in today. I didn't pay for priority shipping shipping either.
Now I've got to get off my butt and get my spare cowl painted black so I can install them.
Sure wish the installation instructions had a few pictures. I'm a visual guy and it would have made it a little easier. You folks that have installed them, when they talk about making a hole in the "gussets" with the little heating iron that comes with the kit, what the heck are they talking about?