Dang Greg !Electrical Connection (ECs)
You shoud do a search, it's been discussed before.
I didn't have to change anything else except the bulbs. But I don't have a modulator either.
Rider 123, 2019, 2020 Tour of Honor
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Can you find HID’s nowadays??I tried three different types of "high output" LED's in the low beam position and none of them came close to 55 watt HID's. The HID's have the same beam projection(they don't blind on coming traffic) but about four times brighter than a halogen, and they draw less current after the ten second warm-up.
LED's seem to work better in the high beam position than they do in the low so I run LED's in the high beam position.
I tried LED's in my car also but moved to 55 watt HID's... I like the 5K color also, humans see reflections from 5K better than higher kelvin. (so I have read). Every bulb on the bike except the dash are LED's.
If you're going to run halogens, as a Philips employee, I'll tell you that the Philips bulbs are the best from an output, quality and reliability standpoint.Do the Silver Stars produce a super white light, or is it more blue? My ultimate goal is getting visible light down the road. Right now, my biggest issue is two fold. Wet roads at night and fresh black top just seem to absorb light. I watch cars with LED's or the blue lights, and the road seems very visible. With the OEM bulbs, I see black road. Maybe going with the blue bulbs and a good set of driving lights in the lower cowl would improve things. I want that skunk that tries to sneak across the road to be visible before I've already run over it.