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Old June 16th, 2017   #11
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I have trouble posting links. Call it ignorance on my part.



FWIW, I appreciate the effort to post the information and can certainly work with that information from there.



And I think that was the man's first post here, I think he should be congratulated for posting something useful, not chastised for not doing all the work.


Agreed. He may discouraged from further contributions now.


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Old June 16th, 2017   #12
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Had a 2006 ST1300 which about two years ago, I installed LED's in the headlights. Low beam reasonable but high beam pretty useless.
Recently purchased a 2013 ST which I have just installed some "generation 5" LED's into. Oh my what a difference. I cannot believe how good they are.
They are adjustable so can be rotated inside the reflector housing to give a clean horizontal cutoff line, and the high beams go forever.
The heat sink is removable so the dust boot can be installed and the heat sink screwed back on after installation. Very easy to do. No fan, just a heat sink. Price was $69.95, hard to beat for the quality.
Came from a company on the web called GENSSILED. Put a .com after it and it should get you there.

Hey MerlF, Thanks for the info and the pic. Most of us appreciate info even if we have to do a little background work after the fact.
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Old June 18th, 2017   #13
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Hi Guys,
Thanks for the support. I wasn't sure what the policy was for posting complete URL's so played the logic game. Some sites in my experience don't like that.One concerned individual certainly will not detract me from enjoying the site.
Blue One, I am sure you can figure it out, you hail from Edmonton, I hail from B C. Good old Canadian boys can usually add .com to gennsiled and come up with a URL.
Thanks for "all" of the comments and hope you found the information useful
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Old June 22nd, 2017   #14
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Default Re: LED Replacement Headlight Bulbs

Sorry for not replying sooner having a few p.c. problems. I have looked for the manufacturer details of my LED bulbs but I'm afraid to say have been unsuccessful, all I can remember is they cost me about £45.00 from e-bay which I know puts many people off straight away. There is a UK company that will supply all the other bulbs but will only supply HID hits for the headlights and they can be found here, http://www.autobulbsdirect.co.uk/
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I have managed to find the pack my bulbs came in and they are made by a company called SEALIGHT but the sets available on eBay at the moment look different , alternatively Nighteye bulbs look very similar and I am informed are reliable.
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