If that's the case, then Ciro3D's Horizon Windshield Trim
is a ripoff of the Custom Dynamics Dynamic LED Windshield Trim
. If coming out with a product later than one company is "ripping them off", then the case can be made that Ciro3D did it first. Both companies' products have a fair amount of differentiation, so they're not simply doing the "chinese copy" thing. Ciro3D's windshield trim has sequential amber turn signals and can integrate with a center trim piece. Custom Dynamics' headlight trim pieces incorporate the vent grills into their part, so a separate piece isn't required. Hell, they're called Dynamic LED Vent Inserts
as opposed to "headlight bezels" as Ciro3D calls their "Fang" part
Either way- I have my set ordered, primarily because the Ciro3D LEDs are too blue-tinted to match everything else on the front of my bike (CD windshield trim and ProBeam signal inserts, not to mention the Daymaker headlights). Actually, it's odd that the Fang Headlight Bezel for Road Glide IS so blue: I put one of the Fang headlight bezels
on my Limited, and the LEDs in that part didn't have as much of a blue tint as the RG version. If the Ciro3D parts didn't have such a high color temp for the Road Glide parts, which creates the bluer light than CD's LED products, I wouldn't be making the swap.
Regardless, my Fangz, which have been on the bike for less than a month, will be up for sale soon! The Custom Dynamics part will be here Thursday!
Here's a shot of the Fang bezels at night: note that they're definitely "cooler" than the Daymaker and CD lights. Here are a couple pics of Ciro3D's Fang headlight bezels: one for the batwing, one on the sharknose. Note that while there is a slightly blue tint to the batwing bezel, it seems that the sharknose bezels are a higher color temp resulting in a lot more blue tint between the two types of their own trim.