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Old 05-27-2018, 09:12 AM
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Re: Let there be LED light....

Wow.. you make it sound so easy... but I have no idea what you are saying..

I looked at the directions and yes they are crappy... but all they show is...1. take out the oem bulb..2. stick in the new.. 3. plug it in.. That's it... That's exactly what I did..

Please explain what you mean by.. "the light will come off the black socket." or better yet.. a picture with arrows point to the parts you are talking about that disassemble would be most helpful.. having a scantily clad lass with pouting firm breasts holding the parts would be even better.. (Geezz. hope that last one didn't sound too much like Morgan Freeman.)

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...the light will come off the black socket. ( counter clock wise ). Then put the socket in , but the wire holder down in place, then put the light back in the sickest. (Clock wise ). Plug it in and your good to go. Five minute job.!
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Grab the base/fan housing in one hand, the black plastic H7 fitting in the other, rotate the base/fan counter clockwise. Th bulb should release from the fitting.

Install the fitting in the lighthousing and fasten it with metal clips.

Insert the bulb and rotate it clockwise and it should lock into place.

No need to bend things extremely.
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Sorry, no firm breast's and the pic is stolen and altered....

But to cheer you up a little!!



PS, not my boobs, this pic is also stolen....
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How the fuck did you know that the housing separated? It's not in my instructions..

If I'd known this I could have installed the little bastard in 30 seconds..Believe me.. I'm gonna mention this to my rep at the company..WTF!?

Thanks for the tip.. Never in a million years would I have figured that out..

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Grab the base/fan housing in one hand, the black plastic H7 fitting in the other, rotate the base/fan counter clockwise. Th bulb should release from the fitting.

Install the fitting in the lighthousing and fasten it with metal clips.

Insert the bulb and rotate it clockwise and it should lock into place.

No need to bend things extremely.
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Re: Let there be LED light....

99% of all led conversions have that feature to enable them to be fitted.
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Re: Let there be LED light....

I guess I got lucky.....I did not have to take the light apart, I put the whole thing in at once and put the wire clips on and was done, did all 3 bulbs in about 30 minutes or so, high beams are a bit more involved as it's harder to get ones hands and fingers in there, as it has very little room, but it was doable.....


Had I know about the separation of the plastic ring, it probably would have taken even less time, I should have asked my son, as he is the one who usually does the light installs for us and all his friends..


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Re: Let there be LED light....

Just installed my low beam cyclops LED headlight and my LED parking light, color now matches spot on to my Denali micro LEDs no night time driving experience yet but from what I can tell in the garage is LED has a little more of a narrower beam path but a whole lot more intense beam. No LAMP ERROR yet, but I did buy the resister should I need it.
One tip to do before putting the bulb back on its holder is: make sure you tuck all wires and connectors into housing first, with the base of the bulb being quite large there's no room to snake it around afterwards, I had to disconnect the bulb from the base twice.
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My bulb from cyclops came with explicit and detailed directions as to how to separate the base from the bulb. Sometimes it really does pay to pay more for something.
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Gatekeeper, could you park the bike on a level surface 5m from a smooth wall and take a picture with the low beam on?
Best done at night.
Would like to see the spread pattern and cutoff line these bulbs give.




As per your request, hope this helps


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Re: Let there be LED light....

That looked really good actually. Followed your link to amazon but they did not ship to sweden.
Found some on ebay that look's identical, but hesitant to pull the trigger as there are so many copies of the copies and bad sh't out there. Would hate it if i bought a dud...
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Re: Let there be LED light....

I installed the Amazon LED in my low beam lastnight. Install wasn't bad, would of been better with smaller hands! After about 5min with the engine running I get the LAMPF! error code. How are you guys getting away with this without the resistor?

I'm kind of hesitant to do the resistor fix, because how hot they get and no where to really mount it in the head light assembly.

I may return this set and get the Cyclops LEDS.
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Re: Let there be LED light....

There must be some variables in these LED lights. I've ridden with mine a few times now and it's working like a charm. But just to be safe, I ordered 12 bulbs last week from a source that sells on Amazon (same as Gatekeeper,) got them this week, and have already shipped most out into the field to see if they are as problem-free as mine.

I asked up front if they were CanBus compatible and they said yes.. BTW.. of all the LED bulbs I've looked at over the last 2 years... NONE required resistors..

Cautiously optimistic to get feedback...

BTW... Off the top of my head.. did you try unplugging it, flipping it over, and trying it the other way?


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I installed the Amazon LED in my low beam lastnight. Install wasn't bad, would of been better with smaller hands! After about 5min with the engine running I get the LAMPF! error code. How are you guys getting away with this without the resistor?

I'm kind of hesitant to do the resistor fix, because how hot they get and no where to really mount it in the head light assembly.

I may return this set and get the Cyclops LEDS.
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There must be some variables in these LED lights. I've ridden with mine a few times now and it's working like a charm. But just to be safe, I ordered 12 bulbs last week from a source that sells on Amazon (same as Gatekeeper,) got them this week, and have already shipped most out into the field to see if they are as problem-free as mine.

I asked up front if they were CanBus compatible and they said yes.. BTW.. of all the LED bulbs I've looked at over the last 2 years... NONE required resistors..

Cautiously optimistic to get feedback...

BTW... Off the top of my head.. did you try unplugging it, flipping it over, and trying it the other way?

I got the LED's from the same amazon seller. I'll try unplugging, and plugging in on the other side. I'll try the other LED as well.
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I got the LED's from the same amazon seller. I'll try unplugging, and plugging in on the other side. I'll try the other LED as well.


Looks like I'm SOL when it comes to these Amazon LEDs. i tried unplugging and flipping the connection and they dont turn on at all. Tried the other one and get the same LAMPF! code.

Pirate, it'll be interesting to see how they turn out for your test users. For the dirt cheap price i got these for I'll keep them and put them in something else. Maybe I'll try another amazon set.

What do you guys think about the heat from using a resistor? I'm worried about melting something in the light housing.
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Looks like I'm SOL when it comes to these Amazon LEDs. i tried unplugging and flipping the connection and they dont turn on at all. Tried the other one and get the same LAMPF! code.

Pirate, it'll be interesting to see how they turn out for your test users. For the dirt cheap price i got these for I'll keep them and put them in something else. Maybe I'll try another amazon set.

What do you guys think about the heat from using a resistor? I'm worried about melting something in the light housing.

I donít understand why you so far are the only one having an issue, I have all 3 bulbs replaced with the LED bulbs, and so far not so much as a hiccup with the way they work, no lampf error, low beam works, high beams can be toggled on off, even flashed.

Do you 3 of them, or 2, perhaps try just the high beam and se3 if you get the error, maybe you got a bad batch, let the seller know perhaps he can send you another set, or at least exchange the ones you have received from them.

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I don’t understand why you so far are the only one having an issue, I have all 3 bulbs replaced with the LED bulbs, and so far not so much as a hiccup with the way they work, no lampf error, low beam works, high beams can be toggled on off, even flashed.

Do you 3 of them, or 2, perhaps try just the high beam and se3 if you get the error, maybe you got a bad batch, let the seller know perhaps he can send you another set, or at least exchange the ones you have received from them.

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I emailed the seller to see what they can do.

Here's the set i got from amazon.

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Well the box looks the same, do the bulbs and packaging look like mine as well...

I do hope the seller can help out...

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Well the box looks the same, do the bulbs and packaging look like mine as well...

I do hope the seller can help out...

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The Amazon seller is going to send me another pair. We shall see...
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Re: Let there be LED light....

Just went for over a 200 mile ride, albeit during the day, no error code, all good
Cyclops gets my vote. Love there customer service. Yes a little more expensive, but I feel im getting a far superior product, time will tell.
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Re: Let there be LED light....

Well guys, I must say I went this route as well. Got it on the low beam on my K12s.
I also ordered the H11 for my Tundra. While installing these, one of them lost all of the small tabs retaining them in the socket (they are flimsy, but entirely my fault). E mailed the seller and the very next day he mailed me a whole new set. No Qs asked. Just FYI.
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So here is an update on the H11 (truck)
The new "replacement" H11 that he sent me were black casing but he assured me were of the same components.
However, i find that they are 3 sided. There are 3 emitters in a triangular fashion as opposed to 2 back to back in a 180 degree fashion. So I changed both bulbs to the new ones. Just FYI.
3 emitters better than 2, lumens wise? IDK.
Is there a 3 sided one for the H7?
Jerry you may want to check into that as well with the supplier.
Here is the link to the 3 sided one.
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That's interesting.. I have not seen any H7s that were 3 sided... I was under the impression that the way any H7 housing is designed, 2 sided LED bulbs were optimum although I admit that assumption isn't based on anything concrete..

As the lumens of these 3 sided bulbs are the same as the 2 sided bulbs... I can't assume they are any brighter or any more effective in lighting the road ahead of you.. I simply don't know. After dealing with the Chinese for a few years now.. I rarely trust the specs they put on their products. I've grown skeptical..

let us know what you think. For now, I'll continue to get feedback on the 2 sided bulbs. My #1 concern is making sure these bulbs are compatible with everybody's bike.. If I hear of even ONE customer who's dash warning lights are triggered by the kits we are evaluating.. I'll stop selling them for a while..


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So here is an update on the H11 (truck)
The new "replacement" H11 that he sent me were black casing but he assured me were of the same components.
However, i find that they are 3 sided. There are 3 emitters in a triangular fashion as opposed to 2 back to back in a 180 degree fashion. So I changed both bulbs to the new ones. Just FYI.
3 emitters better than 2, lumens wise? IDK.
Is there a 3 sided one for the H7?
Jerry you may want to check into that as well with the supplier.
Here is the link to the 3 sided one.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077SHW3FH?th=1
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those 3 sided ones will not give a good lightpattern unless you have projectorlenses, in a reflectorhousing they will give huge amounts of glare. H7 reflector needs 2 sided.
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Re: Let there be LED light....

Thought I'd check in with an update.. Information is slowly coming in from field testers.. So far... no CanBus issues or warning lights, but apparently on some bikes there will be "space" issues...

As I depend on my customers to let us know about such things... please let me know (via PM) or post here what bikes can accommodate LED headlight bulbs problem free and/or if you ran into space problems.

The bulbs will fit : K1300S, K1200S

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Amazon seller Jiayou sent me another set of LEDs and I installed them last night. I let the bike idle for 5 mins and no LAMPF! error. I'll have to take the bike out for a night ride soon and fully test them. They let me keep the first set, and maybe I see if they work for my hi-beams.
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Just got back from a 1000 mile round trip with 96 degree heat, all good, no error still haven't riden in complete darkness but close, wow sure lights up the road signs!
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Mine have been in now about a month, no errors, and brighten up my night time rides home just nicely...

The Cyclops are nice, I just couldnít justify the cost.....

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Did you replace the little parking light also? I did, nobody seems to mention that little guy, but sure does make it look all stock with the LED bulb and all colors matching.
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Did you replace the little parking light also? I did, nobody seems to mention that little guy, but sure does make it look all stock with the LED bulb and all colors matching.
Where from and what did you replace the little guy with?
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Yes I replaced mine, you can see it in the last 3 pictures of my original post

Just find one that is the same size as the original so that it fits into the tube, I donít know specifically the name or type but itís not hard to figure out and get one.

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Ordered it from cyclops when I ordered the headlight, its called a T-10
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Amazon seller Jiayou sent me another set of LEDs and I installed them last night. I let the bike idle for 5 mins and no LAMPF! error. I'll have to take the bike out for a night ride soon and fully test them. They let me keep the first set, and maybe I see if they work for my hi-beams.


Went for 300 mile ride over the weekend and got the LAMPF! error code as soon as i left the neighborhood.

Why is my 2006 K1200s getting this error code and others aren't? I'm thinking of selling the 4 LEDs that i have and trying the one from Cyclops.
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Went for 300 mile ride over the weekend and got the LAMPF! error code as soon as i left the neighborhood.

Why is my 2006 K1200s getting this error code and others aren't? I'm thinking of selling the 4 LEDs that i have and trying the one from Cyclops.

So I am wondering if it’s a loose connection, seems when it was idling no issues, but as you started to ride the error appeared.

How tight is the connection, does the plug really hold tight or is it just sliding on, maybe wrap some tape at the connection and see what happens.

Otherwise I don’t see why it would do this, unless your bike is very sensitive for some reason or another...
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Here's an idea... Why don't you try one LED bulb at a time with oem halogens in the other two spots and see if one bulb triggers the LAMPF warning lights. Take it out for a ride and see... Rotate the 3 spots independently just to see if you have a bad connection on one of them.. Not sure if the parking bulb would trigger warning lights, but I wouldn't be surprised..

At least you'll narrow things down by eliminating the variables... If the one bulb in all 3 positions doesn't trigger Armageddon, add a second one. .. then a third..


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Went for 300 mile ride over the weekend and got the LAMPF! error code as soon as i left the neighborhood.

Why is my 2006 K1200s getting this error code and others aren't? I'm thinking of selling the 4 LEDs that i have and trying the one from Cyclops.
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Here's an idea... Why don't you try one LED bulb at a time with oem halogens in the other two spots and see if one bulb triggers the LAMPF warning lights. Take it out for a ride and see... Rotate the 3 spots independently just to see if you have a bad connection on one of them.. Not sure if the parking bulb would trigger warning lights, but I wouldn't be surprised..

At least you'll narrow things down by eliminating the variables... If the one bulb in all 3 positions doesn't trigger Armageddon, add a second one. .. then a third..

I think my bike just doesn't like these LEDs. Tried running just the lowbeams with an LED from the second set, and after a 15 min LAMPF!.

Do you guys think there would be a problem if I run a resistor, the resistor getting to hot and melting the plastic in the housing?
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Like I posted before, give cyclops a call, there customer support is awesome, theyíll help you get it right! Like I said sometimes it pays to pay a little more in life, this is coming from a guy who usually buys the cheap shit!
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It would be interesting to see if the lights from Cyclops will work, or will they end up giving the lampf error as well.


I am having a hard time believing it's the bulbs....





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I just installed the Cyclops LED lights for my low beam,high beam and marker lights on my 07 K1200s. The installation was relatively easy and they work great. No LAMPF light! I have about 200 miles using them so far. No night driving yet. I say relatively easy installation because it is a little cramped to get my big hand in there. As a result, I dropped one of the collars in the headlight bucket. So, I had to unbolt the headlight assembly and rotate it upside down to get it out. However, once, the headlight shell was unbolted I could rotate it up and easily install all the lights. Great investment!
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Checking in with an update re the statement below that an LED bulb would not fit the S1000XR due to space limitations. Since then, a customer much more clever than myself figured it out and volunteered the following:

"Basically, I removed the oem plastic cover and bought one of these from Amazon... TOMALL 65mm 2.5" Rubber Seal Dustproof Covers for HID LED Headlight Conversion Kit at https://www.amazon.ca/TOMALL-Rubber-.../dp/B075SKNQRY

It's a friction fit. They're made of a soft flexible rubber and I had to stretch the cover to get it to fit, so it's seems pretty secure with about 70 miles of riding today. Works like a charm.. Cost is as low as $9.99"


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Patrique83 did some computer vodoo on my bike today and now the Lampf! Is gone even though it is the same led bulb installed.
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Checking in with an update re the statement below that an LED bulb would not fit the S1000XR due to space limitations. Since then, a customer much more clever than myself figured it out and volunteered the following:

"Basically, I removed the oem plastic cover and bought one of these from Amazon... TOMALL 65mm 2.5" Rubber Seal Dustproof Covers for HID LED Headlight Conversion Kit at https://www.amazon.ca/TOMALL-Rubber-.../dp/B075SKNQRY

It's a friction fit. They're made of a soft flexible rubber and I had to stretch the cover to get it to fit, so it's seems pretty secure with about 70 miles of riding today. Works like a charm.. Cost is as low as $9.99"

So how will the fan on the bulb work if you encapsulate it?
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Well, the LED is no more encapsulated than it would be with the stock screw-on cover. Good question though. There's actually a relatively good amount of space surrounding the LED fan unit with the Tomall headlight cover. Time will tell whether of not there is enough airflow to keep the LED cool. I mounted the LED in the high beam unit, as I have one of Pirate's HID bulbs mounted in the main beam unit. Don't ride with high beam on often, so may be a while to determine the longevity of this set-up. Boy oh Boy though, that LED is bright! Seems not far from my HID unit in brightness!

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Here is the US Amazon link for it, if you have prime.
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Great to see forward better, my concern was the rear and added Admore Light bar. Wow had my wife standing behind the bike when I hit the breaks. Should not have done that they are past bright. Seems like they could burn the paint off if someone got to close. Just kidding they are leds but know one will ever be able to say they could not see might lights!
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So I did the LED (H7) install on the XR last night.
Tried my best to get the Tomall cover to go OVER the lip of the housing, but the bastard would not. So I slid it inside the lip of the housing, after I put a very thin layer of silicone to the mating surfaces all around. This AM its dry and set. Even a good tug at it, will not budge. Totally sealed up as well.
LED lights look awesome. Now I got to find some LEDs for the little pilot lights in there as they look so yellow.
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I bought two LEDs from Jerry and got the LAMPF! error with one in the low beam location and the other in one of the two high beam sockets. Stupid me didn't read the forum or look close enough to see that there were three bulbs....duh. 2011 K1300S



I have a third on order from Jerry and will be experimenting with the resistor fix...eventually.
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Do you think you can find out what voodoo he do.. er did? While we've sold a few dozen of these (most to K1200S and K1300S guys..).. we've now seen 2 K1300S people that got the dreaded LAMPF light.. Would be glad to be able to furnish a solution to them...

BTW.. I've reached out to the manufacturer to see if they have any idea and/or solutions as to why they are trouble-free on some bikes and others have the issue...

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It is weird, he just erased the fault codes logged by the bike and it worked. The next day the lampf returned....soo, i will be fitting a 10w resistor that i have on the shelf to the bulb and see if it works.

My bulbs are rated 30w, actual wattage is 22w if i measure . Adding the 10w resistor would put things at 32w. Hope that it helps.
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Hate to ask, but can you document the procedure?... Take a pic or two of the resistor and where you put it? and your results? Your plan sounds logical, but this kinda stuff is no less than magic to this Luddite...


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It is weird, he just erased the fault codes logged by the bike and it worked. The next day the lampf returned....soo, i will be fitting a 10w resistor that i have on the shelf to the bulb and see if it works.

My bulbs are rated 30w, actual wattage is 22w if i measure . Adding the 10w resistor would put things at 32w. Hope that it helps.
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Of course, no problems.
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Of course, no problems.

When you get the resistor mounted, measure how hot it gets please.

I have the same problem and would have to run resistors if I want to run these LED's. I'm just afraid of melting the plastic housing.
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The resistors gett really hot so my plan is to put them outside the housing.
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I contacted my source this week of the LED bulbs we sell (Jiayou New Energy) and told them that we had at least 2 customers (out of a couple of dozen sold) with the K1300S and a K1200S that experienced the dreaded LAMPF light on their dash after install... I flat out told them I'm not selling a product if I have to worry about 1 in 20 or so having problems ...

They said they have a simple fix and are sending some to me to keep in stock.. They call them "decoders." Could that be a resistor? No fucking idea, but I'll post info as soon as they show up.. If they work and are cheap.. I may include one with every bulb shipped just on the rare chance that the customer will need it...

Why am I not shocked that some K1300Ss have no problems with LED bulbs.. and some do?
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I contacted my source this week of the LED bulbs we sell (Jiayou New Energy) and told them that we had at least 2 customers (out of a couple of dozen sold) with the K1300S and a K1200S that experienced the dreaded LAMPF light on their dash after install... I flat out told them I'm not selling a product if I have to worry about 1 in 20 or so having problems ...

They said they have a simple fix and are sending some to me to keep in stock.. They call them "decoders." Could that be a resistor? No fucking idea, but I'll post info as soon as they show up.. If they work and are cheap.. I may include one with every bulb shipped just on the rare chance that the customer will need it...

Why am I not shocked that some K1300Ss have no problems with LED bulbs.. and some do?
Well, you just have to wait and see what they ship you. a real decoder is NOT a load resistor, but many sell load resistors under the name LED/HID- decoder.

But they are 2 different things.

"Load resistors are electrical components that provide electrical resistance within a circuit, thus providing "load" on the circuit. With LED lights, their low power draw on the circuit causes issues such as error messages appearing stating that the bulb is not functioning on certain cars or cause issues such as hyper-flashing (rapid blinking) of the turn signals. Load resistors create a load on the circuit which tricks the vehicle into thinking that the LED bulb is drawing the same amount of power as the factory incandescent one which gets rid of the error messages and hyper-flashing issues. The electrical circuit can be thought of as a fast moving highway and the load resistor as an accident on the freeway that causes traffic to slow down considerably; while the traffic flow is still steady, it has slowed down than any other part of the freeway at location of the accident."

"A decoder is a component with an electrical capacitor inside that stores electricity and quickly releases it at a steady rate. With LED lights and their low power draw, decoders are used to mimic the way the factory incandescent bulb behaves. The storage of power within the decoder also creates a load on the circuit due to the build-up of electricity. LED decoders are primarily used with HID conversion kits and with LED daytime running lights. Decoders can be thought of as a water dam where a large portion of the water is held behind it, but it is slowly released downstream so it does not flood the upstream portion."
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Cut and paste....

Did know the difference but did not have time to wright it myself, so i used cut and paste from an ebay seller.
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I contacted my source this week of the LED bulbs we sell (Jiayou New Energy) and told them that we had at least 2 customers (out of a couple of dozen sold) with the K1300S and a K1200S that experienced the dreaded LAMPF light on their dash after install... I flat out told them I'm not selling a product if I have to worry about 1 in 20 or so having problems ...

They said they have a simple fix and are sending some to me to keep in stock.. They call them "decoders." Could that be a resistor? No fucking idea, but I'll post info as soon as they show up.. If they work and are cheap.. I may include one with every bulb shipped just on the rare chance that the customer will need it...

Why am I not shocked that some K1300Ss have no problems with LED bulbs.. and some do?

I wonder if they are something like this. https://www.amazon.com/Headlight-Cap.../dp/B077ZHT3LR
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another follow-up... Just received a box-o' decoders.. They pretty much look like the pics NFJ79 posted.. No brainer install.. plug-n-play..

No idea if there will be a problem finding room for the black box.. It's a bit clunky at 1" tall x 2.25" long. The Chinese tell me the device will solve the LAMPF problem...

Look forward to feedback from those that use one of these..
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This from an XR rider:
I have them both on Hi and Low, no errors. Touch wood.
And Jerry, I ordered the 70mm boots and these are more the sizes required for the XR. I have a cable tie over and around it just for my comfort. The 65mm are way too small.
I also have a set of LEDs for the parking lights, have not installed them yet. If they go on well, will post the details.
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Got a link to the 70mm boot?

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I have them both on Hi and Low, no errors. Touch wood.
And Jerry, I ordered the 70mm boots and these are more the sizes required for the XR. I have a cable tie over and around it just for my comfort. The 65mm are way too small.
I also have a set of LEDs for the parking lights, have not installed them yet. If they go on well, will post the details.
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Got a link to the 70mm boot?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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