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post #121 of 227 (permalink) Old 09-25-2012, 03:51 PM
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post #123 of 227 (permalink) Old 11-08-2012, 02:14 PM
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I have the ones on here from the amazon link and they are throwing the LAMPF code on my '12. The code stays on though and doesnt go away after a while like someone said on here. Is there a guaranteed one that doesnt throw code for a '12?

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I have the ones on here from the amazon link and they are throwing the LAMPF code on my '12. The code stays on though and doesnt go away after a while like someone said on here. Is there a guaranteed one that doesnt throw code for a '12?

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You can turn the code off on 2012 models. Look in your owners manual or search the forum.
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Yah they fit without any issues
Are they brighter and better for night-time riding than the stock headlights??

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Are they brighter and better for night-time riding than the stock headlights??

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I feel they are brighter than stock yellow side light bulbs. They also look much better with the HID than the yellow stock ones.

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I feel they are brighter than stock yellow side light bulbs. They also look much better with the HID than the yellow stock ones.
Just ordered a set; here's to hoping. Great info, thanks.
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Installed. The right side of this bike is a pita to work on. They're in and look good with the Gotham 5ks.


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post #129 of 227 (permalink) Old 07-24-2013, 11:46 PM
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I installed the Sylvania LEDriving 6000K lights in my 2012 upon the post of someone on here that did not get a LAMPF error. Lucky them, I got a LAMPF error.

Also took literally 2 minutes to change both driving lights. I followed the advice from here to use long needle nose pliers to pull the highbeam side. Easy as pie. Pulled the low beam side with my fingers no prob. Seriously use needle nose pliers.
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I bought these:
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No lamp fault on my HP4 and no melting of the lens housing after over 1K miles. Match the Prolumen HID headlights great.
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