Thanks for sharing! One of the first things I did to the bike was switch up the lighting. I started with LED side lights (accessory lights? whatever) and a Crystal Vision Ultra halogen bulb. I ended up also installing an Aux Beam brand LED for the main headlight. Pleased with how it looks and either way is an improvement over stock.
G'day, Nice video! Have you tested out riding this at night, and if so did it make a difference? Does it seem to blind incoming traffic?
How likely is one to botch something? If I put it in backwards, it's not going to blow a fuse is it or best case scenario just not turn on? With adjusting all of the headlights/leds (or any electronics) , is it possible to drain the battery faster?
I noticed a difference over stock when I did a halogen bulb upgrade, and a bigger difference switching to LED. The little side marker accent lights are purely for looks.
Typically LED's only work one way, so if you put it in backwards it just won't power on. In theory LED's use less power than halogens but in the case of it draining the battery quicker that's only going to happen if you leave you key on for extended periods of time.
I actually have yet to ride at night! I work so much and Wyoming weather is pretty harsh. I hope to get to this weekend. i did LED headlight bulbs on a Malibu i was selling quick and hated it. it scattered the light so bad it wasn't a solid bright beam. I'm scared to for the money over to put it on the bike. plus we don't have any weather protection on around the driver/ fan of a LED bulb.