the install video from J.W. Speaker
video on the adaptive series
I did the deed yesterday , pretty strait forward , the only PITA to me is the fairing has to be hung with the lights in as it is a one piece unit , much easier to hang the fairing then install the lights ..
Never had daymakers , but have ridden bikes with them , and I believe these are brighter , don't know for certain .. They are advertised at 5000K , IIRC , which is pure white light ..
The side lighting , or adaptive lights work well , I only made a short trip last night to see if they needed adjusting , I think I got the adjustment down real close at the start ..
Seems I herd that J.W. Speaker is the company who makes the daymakers .. Someone else may know for certain ..
First impression is awesome ..
I ride a lot at night , I live in the woods and ride through them to work , and there is no way I could justify , this close to retirement , or any other time for that matter , dropping a grand on a set of headlights .. Like I told BobRG15 yesterday on the phone , so much for upgrading to a newer Roadie ..
The only really skeery thing is realizing that the only things between $1000 and the pavement are the three plastic tabs on the adjustment bolts ..
the only downside is the headlight trim doesn't fit now ...
Soon I will mount the go pro on the fender and do a video of the lights doing their thing ..
Many thanks to J.W. Speaker for the awesome donation to SW VII , and many thanks to the Queen of SWAG , for accepting the bribe ..
No one knows how bad I needed these puppies ..
More to come ..