Ian (Morriston )
for the price these are great some of the reviews talked about bulb quality had no such experience had to modify headlight enclosure slightly on my old 83 GS750E
gary tron (charlotte )
these are bright, and pretty good price point. mostly easy to install, although the wires weren't long enough, so i had to splice some wire to make them reach the stock connectors. the lenses pop off pretty easily like other reviewers have said. i just glued them on with some clear grip glue. they also will fall apart if you tighten them too much upon install. the metal thread part will pull itself out of the rubber stem. but if you don't tighten them, the nut will back itself off (even with the supplied lock washer). took off road one time and the threads pulled out (same as if you overtighten). i think these might be ok for street use, but if you go offroad, i'd suggest something a little bit tougher. can't send em back now cos i got glue all over them. it's ok...what do i expect for 25 bucks?!
Arnold (Prescott )
The turn signal is supposed to match the OEM for my 1981 Suzuki GS650G. It does not. The original signal was black rectangular with a chrome trim ring. The one that I received is chrome circular. It will not match the other three on the bike. I haven't returned it because I will need to find a new box and go to a post office to mail it back.
Mike (Dekalb )
I received a pair of these and installed them but they are made of Aluminum so when I tightened them one broke and then even with the part number they were difficult to find. All I wanted was the piece that broke but that was apparently not available so I had to buy the set again. I choose not to so I picked a different set and they were much easier to install and went in very quickly. I don't know why things are so difficult but when they are made in China you get what you pay for.
Lloyd (butler )
Total piece of crap 30 thousand hour life must also include time when its not in use. Installed in May low beam burned out at end of August.
Joe (Anaheim )
I ordered a new bulb for my 2007 BMW K1200LT from Motorcycle Superstore by putting the year, make, and model in the required spaces. The first bulb I received was an the wrong bulb. (I should note that before completing the order I spoke to one of their representatives on the phone and explained that I had ordered the exact same bulb from another local supplier and received the wrong bulb). The rep assured me that this was the right bulb. Of course when I received the bulb it was the exact same bulb I received from the other supplier. I called M/S back and told them the problem. I spoke to another rep. She apologized and while I was at the computer she gave me the "correct" part number. I ran the number and it brought me to a page with a bulb. I told her that the photo was not my bulb. She said that the photo was just a representative of the bulb but that the part number was for the bulb I needed. It arrived a week later and turned out to, once again, be the wrong bulb. I'm not sure what is going on but this should not be this difficult a thing to buy.