Albert (North Canaan )
Should be a standard part on all motorcycles straight from the factory!!! Do your homework with a volt meter and you'll be able to go right to the tail light connector. find your live wire for the brake just by putting a sewing needle thru a wire , connect lead to wire and other lead to frame, hit the brake and you'll find the brake wire when the needle jumps to 12 volts. Be sure you are on DC volts NOT ohmes. Unwrap some of the tape insulation ,cut the wire, solder, srink wrap, re tape, ride safe, and safer!!!! Al
Dave (Martinsville )
Yes, hard to find in store but, I have the internet. Though they are indeed very bright I did not get any more longevity out of them then I did with a lesser priced bulb with the same particulars.
James (Cumby )
Easy to install and look decent on the bike but the bolts that holds them together pulled out of the bushings as I was installing them. If they can't hold up to that their is no way they can hold up at highway speeds. Will not be buying bikemaster products again.
Greg (Fairview )
This straight light bar will not fit my 2006 Boulevard C90T which has a windscreen. It interferes with the frame for the screen. Without the windscreen I think it would work fine.
Paul L (SCOTTSDALE )
I had to alter connection wiring and the lights are not as bright as original equipment.
Sylvester (Carrollton )
great looking lights,no problem installing.Just like other products I ordered from motorcycle superstore,a great product at a great price.