I bought a BikeMaster HID kit that was supposed to replace an H7 bulb in a Suzuki Bandit. The wiring was totally wrong and could not be re-wired without major surgery (especially to bulb). There were no install instructions provided, the bulb housing could not be adapted to fit the existing headlight mount, and there was no way to connect the bulb "as wired" to bike cirsuits. I ended up throwing the entire kit away.
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- Light output is 3 times that of a halogen bulb and 10 times that of a regular bulb.
- Plug-n-play installation.
- 8000K will give you a blue colored light.
- Kit comes complete with a fused wiring harness, H.I.D. Xenon bulb, super slim ballast, relay and waterproof connectors.
- 1-year manufacturers warranty.
I finally got around to installing the Bikemaster HID Kit 6000k. Wiring was pretty straight forward. The bulb assembly is bigger and bulkier than a regular bulb, so getting the bulb in place, locked in, and with the rubber boot installed was quite a challenge due to the cramped space available. But I also did it without having to remove the front fairing/ headlight assembly, which would have been easier but I saved time.
The light works great, both Hi and Lo beam function correctly, and YES! It is definitely brighter!!!
The BikeMaster HID Light Kits are sold per bulb.