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Bike Hid Light

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  • (HID LIGHTING) With High Intensity Discharge bulbs, light is produced by creating and sustaining an electrical discharge between two electrodes which excites a mixture of xenon gas and mercury for a bright white light.

  • bicycle: ride a bicycle

  • motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame

  • A bicycle or motorcycle

  • bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals

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Car Strobe High Power Light Kit with 4 Bulbs HID LED Bike Car Alarm

Car Strobe High Power Light Kit with 4 Bulbs HID LED Bike Car Alarm

This is a complete vehicle strobe light kit containing 2 U-type Super Bright Xenon bulbs. These are designed to be mounted OUTSIDE OR INSIDE THE car. The Strobe itself is made from high quality Water proof HID Strobe light ! If you're looking to add some style to your vehicle, then the Plug-In Strobe Light Kit is perfect for you. This strobe light kit contains this kit comes with 7 patterns. Fits into headlight, bumper light, corner light, and tail light. Installs with ease. Includes installation instructions, wiring system, switch.

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Fitting to Motorcycles
When fitting to bikes, do it in 3 separate steps
(1) Remove the headlight unit and do the fiddling around with the burners that way. Trying to fit the new burners without removing the headlight unit is a recipe for frustration swearing and skinned knuckles – and therefore misery. You will also need a 23-25 mm (1 inch) drill bit (you need to make a circular hole on the back of the headlight units two round caps.)
(2) Find where you want to locate the ballasts, and mount them – make sure they are close enough to the headlights for the cables to reach – it’s near impossible to extend them Others have chosen different locations. There is no best answer. But do note that if you mount under the oil cooler on a GS or GSA, the forks “move forward” under compression, so the ballasts cannot project further back than that rear edge of the oil cooler. Some end up getting custom brackets made up for the ballasts, while my preferred option now that we have moved exclusively on to ultra-thin ballasts, is just to mount them with 3M VHB (Very High Bond) double sided tape or 3M VHB Dual Lock industrial Velcro or a small bracket that comes with the kits or cable ties. Everyone seems to find different locations to mount the ballasts and many ways to hold them in place. You have to be creative with motorbikes re ballasts mounting. There is always room though.
(3) Connect everything up. And power up !
Note that sometimes the kits come with slightly different wires that are nominated in the installation booklets. The booklets refer to red being positive and black negative. Usually that’s the case with the kits but occasionally I get kits with blue and black wires. In those examples, the black wire remains negative, and the blue wire is positive.
Here it is again in a bit more detail:
HID Conversion Kit Installation, for BMW motorcycles.
1. Remove Headlight unit from motorcycle, ensuring motorcycle is switched off. No need to remove battery.
2. Unscrew the plastic caps at the back of the housing that provide access to the bulbs.
3. In the centre of the two plastic caps that were removed earlier, drill a 23-25 mm (1 inch) hole (with a hole saw bit or a flat wood bit).
4. Unlatch the bulb retaining spring clip, and remove the old halogen bulbs. The plastic that holds the spring clips is brittle and prone to break. Be careful.
5. Pass the bulb and two wires with open spade connectors through the newly drilled out hole in each plastic cap until the rubber grommet is seated in the newly drilled hole.
6. Insert new HID bulbs, ensuring they are correctly aligned. Note that the 4 wires will slide back and forwards through the grommet. I advise that when you are fiddling around getting the bulb in, that you pull as much wire to the bulb side of the grommet as possible to avoid skinned knuckles and excess frustration. When seating the new bulbs, the H1 is hard to get wrong, but the H7 is easily gotten wrong. Make sure the bulbs are correctly seated before closing the bulb retaining spring clip, again taking care not to damage the poorly made housing around the base of the spring clip.
7. Connect the spade connectors up to the motorcycle’s headlight power. (see 8 and 9 below for H7 and H1 respectively)
8. The spade connectors attach to the contact block that previously pled into the back of the bulb. On a H7 kit, the brown BMW wire (negative) needs to lead to the black spade connector wire (negative). And the white or yellow BMW wire (positive) needs to connect to the blue or red spade connector wire (positive).
9. On a H1 kit, the BMW earth is pled to the headlight housing and needs to be removed before connecting to the black spade connector. They may need to be crimped together with a pair of pliers if they are different shapes. The wire that connected to the H1 bulb is the positive and needs to be connected to the blue or red wire’s spade connector.
10. Plug the wires that come from the bulb into ballasts with the “its impossible to plug in the wrong way” connectors and check the HIDs have been wired up correctly by turning the appropriate lights on. Note both ballasts in the kit are identical, so you do not need to pair a particular ballast with a particular bulb.
11. Close up the headlight unit by screwing back in the plastic caps. Note that the 4 wires will slide back and forwards through the grommet. It is advisable to pull out excess wire from the headlight housing as you close the unit, to avoid having too much crowded wiring inside the cramped headlight housing. Similarly, I advise that when you are fiddling around getting the bulb in, that you pull as much wire to the bulb side of the grommet as possible to avoid skinned knuckles and excess frustration.
12. Next stage … mounting the ballasts. It’s really up to each individual to mount ballasts and a number of different brackets and locations are possible. Make sure the ballasts are mounted so that their cables can comfortably reach t

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motorbike hid lights

High Intensity Discharge lighting is light from a plasma discharge rather than a filament. The system involves a combined igniters and ballast to start the light and maintain the current and certain gases and metal salts to create the light. Waterproof, Dustproof, Rustproof. HID lights have been shown to contribute to driving safety, studies have demonstrated that drivers react faster and more accurately to obstacles with HID lights rather than halogen ones. With 300% more light than a standard halogen bulb you will be amazed how much better you can actually see driving on dark roads

We have stayed away from the really cheap rubbish that you can buy but have also stayed away from the named brand as they are exactly the same as what we sell. We just don’t charge silly prices and our fitting service is very good too. As above our kits come in Slim line only `who needs bulky kits`some kits come with brackets for fitting the units and all the screws and bolts or the kits come with two extra long cable ties as this is the best method for fitting you units. The bikes below are fittings that we have done from all 4 lights on a BMW R1200GS Adventure to a BMW GT. H.I.D Conversion Kits provide more than 300 percent more light than a Halogen bulb. The clear white light produced by H.I.D Conversion Kits is similar to daylight, reflecting road markings and signs better than conventional lighting.

In general, HID bulbs are able to take a lot more punishment than standard filament halogen bulbs. Why? Several reasons. Firstly because they do not run as hot as halogen bulbs (because HID is a more efficient system for turning electrical energy into light, it wastes much less as heat). Without the superheated glass that you get on a halogen bulb, you don’t get the propensity to shatter or explode that halogen bulbs have if any dirt or finger grease gets on the glass. Secondly, consider how a halogen bulb works. A fine strand of tungsten wire is superheated to 3200 degrees, so hot that the metal glows white (or nearly white). As a motorcycle rides over rough roads, this glowing hot wire is vibrated constantly, until it breaks. With a HID bulb, there is no wire filament. The light is created by a glowing arc between two electrodes. There is no ultrafine, superheated wire to overheat or to vibrate apart.

bike hid light

bike hid light

ATC CREE XM-L T6 LED 4-Mode 1000-Lumen LED Waterproof Bike Light Set with 4400mAh battery

Can be used as Headlamp or Bicycie Light
Model of LED: CREE XM-L T6 LED
Output bright can come to max 1000 lumens [lm]
Internal wiring applies the high efficient booster circuit, working voltage is wide and can utilize the batteries in the largest extent.
Waterproofing design
Aluminum alloy casing
Aluminum alloy reflector
4 switch Mode: Strong Brightness / Medium Brightness / Low Brightness / Flashing
Discharge Time: 180 mins (max brightness)
Model of Battery required: 8.4V - 12V 4400mAh Battery Pack
50000 Hours Life

Package Contains
1 x CREE XM-L T6 LED Light unit ( Can be used as Headlamp or Bicycie Light )
1 x Adjustable headband
2 x Rubber ring for installation
1 x Battery Pack
1 x Charger (100v-240v)
1 x Waterproof Bag

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