Well a general Waiver and Disclaimer comes to mind.
How many of us on our cars, truck and cycles have bought aftermarket parts and inside there is a general disclaimer that warns you about putting that part on your toy as it is not for public or general use?
My first thought was to use Rizoma LED lights as a direct replacement. They are 10 Watt and will not cause an ECU fault warning like others may. Even my BMW dealer said the European LED's for the HP4's would also need an additional resistor or ballast or something to not get a general fault warning. Why would that be - BMW made them for heaven's sake! Anyway, I've always had great success with utilizing Rizoma aftermarket LED's on several bikes so far. If BMW can't get this fixed that is what I'm going for. All are VERY bright and come in Black and Silver and other colors if you wish.
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