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Kuryakyn Phase 7 LED Passing Lamps

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Kuryakyn Phase 7 LED Passing Lamps
Kuryakyn Phase 7 LED Passing Lamps
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Increase your visibility and enhance your nighttime riding experience with these DOT-approved replacements for your halogen lights!

  • The Passing Lamps' complex reflectors complement the look of the Phase 7 headlamp (sold separately).
  • Advanced L.E.D. technology has significantly reduced L.E.D. current draw compared to halogen products allowing more power for other vehicle requirements and extending alternator life.
  • Uses standard wiring connector.
  • Sold as a pair.
  • Meets applicable DOT, FMVSS or SAE requirements.
  • Fits Harley-Davidson® models with 4-1/2" passing lamps.
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Three-year warranty on passing lamps.
  • Sold as a pair.
  • Note: Can be used on 2004 and earlier models, but requires separate purchase of Küryakyn Adapter Harness.

Note: Küryakyn part number: 2247.

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kim1 2 years ago
I have a 2006 yamaha stratoliner and was wondering do you have a light bar that these lamps can go on. i imagine they are very bright being LED?
Top 1 Contributor
1 year 3 months ago
Yes we have light bars to fit your 2006 Yamaha Stratoliner
astroboy 2 years 1 month ago Location: Australia
Looking to fit passing lamps to a Triumph Thunderbird?
Can you please advise me on which is the most suitable passing/driving lamps to fit the Triumph Thunderbird (2012). I would like to install at least a 4-1/2" size. Please let me know what parts I require. Best regards Fabrizio
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Really these passing lamps would only work on bikes with standard, H4, 3-blade wiring connectors. I do not have any type of application chart that says it would work specifically for your Triumph Thunderbird though.
TrippFan 2 years 11 months ago
Question on fitting on my 84 Yamaha XV1000 Virago?
Hi... I have the stock headlight on my 84 XV1000 AND it's connected to a " Midnight Star" modulator. It stops flashing if there's no sunlight...I can also manually stop the flashing. I want to mitigate the draw (older bike = older stator...don't want to push it). So, is this a light-bar w/ two LEDs? If it fits my bike I would keep the stock headlight (so only THAT one light would modulate) & the 2 LEDS would always be on. Do THEY also have low/high or are they just on or off?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
To answer your question, this is a pair of LED passing lamps intended to replace existing Halogen passing lamps. So if you have halogen passing lamps installed on your bike already, this would upgrade it to a LED style with a on/off function.
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