Maybe I'm not reading it right, but I want a modulator to run high or low beam with both headlights.
From what i could read from their site, it looks like only high beam or low beam? Only one headlight?
I really had a hard time trying to understand how it works from their site!
Bob - STOC 5901 -- ZERO Tipovers
2012 ST1300 - 9,900 miles, 2010 - 60,000 miles , 2006 -Basketcase
2004 ST1300 X2/#1 - 37,000 & #2 20,000 miles (Both need waterpumps)
2005 ST1300 - 174,300 miles - sold
That's one arcane and hideous website. I'd pass on the product just for that reason alone.
Don't tell me what I know. Tell me what I don't know.
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Spec says it will do 85 watts.
If you put a "Y" connector on the output you could drive two H4 leds since they are about 20 watts each.
or buy an extra socket and splice it on to the output connector...
More light is not better, rather putting the light in the right place is better.
Seriously- reading some of the rhetoric and trying to drill though it to get to actual usable info leads me to believe customer service could be a nightmare. I hope the installation instructions are a many orders of magnitudes clearer.
I think the ad copy is stuck back in 1986 were most bikes only had one headlight. There seems to be no mention of dual headlights. If there is it's too much trouble for me to look for it.it looks like only high beam or low beam? Only one headlight?
It may be a solid product but the level of incoherence of the site give me zero confidence.
Oh they have one for dual leds