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Fitment Note: Made for 5 3/4" headlights.
Applicable Light: H4
Bulb/LED Color: White
Manufacturer Part Number: H4F3
Sold in Units: Each
Great light, a little confusing on how to install it. The bracket with the 3 locking prongs needs to come off so the spring clamp can be replaced then the lamp fits into the bracket to be screwed down. The lack of instruction clarity is why I give it 4 stars. J&P is great.
I installed this on my 99 Honda Shadow VT1100C3. Perfect fit, no real issues. After installing, the retaining clip and rubber boot are no longer needed/used. Beautiful illumination!
Super bright. Fit perfectly into my Honda Interstate. Saved me a couple hundred dollars.
It's been a year since installing the Pathfinder (Deadlywinds) LED into the Dyna, and performance is the same as day 1; bright, long reaching, and less heat than the standard H4. I would have been on filament bulb #3 by now, so it has easily paid for itself. California has always allowed lane splitting, and this bulb is not easily ignored by the slower traffic, especially with the high beam on during the day. Curiously, it is bright enough to nearly wash out my front turn signal visibility. But, I don't consider that a bad thing. I am seriously considering these for my Toyota 4Runner, they are that good.
easy to install, plug and play...so much brighter than the OEM.
Very bright, I'm impressed. Fitment onto my '12 Sporty 48 XL1200X was fairly straightforward, but did require that 2 pieces be deleted during reassembly. There is a rubber cup from the factory that would have been cut down to nothing to reuse, and a wire spring clip that holds a regular H3 bulb in- also useless after the upgrade. I simply used a small dot of CA glue on each ear to secure it in place. It fits in the dish, but just barely. A little patience solves that easily though. If and when this one burns out, I'll absolutely consider buying another one.
Easy install and twice the light of the stock headlights! Beats spending $500 from Harley.
This light bulb is brighter than my stock. The high beam uses one of the three LED sides. Normal uses the other two. So when on high beam it is visible that it is a high beam, but it could be brighter. Fan is quiet. It barely fit in my Sportster's beam housing. I spent about an hour getting the connectors just in the right spot for the headlamp assembly to close. It is doable. Love the LED look and light output. Safer riding in the daytime.
Very bright, really lights up the road. It was a really tight squeeze fitting it in the headlight bucket of my Sportster and I had to turn my headlight upside down so it pointed at the road instead of the sky, but I am really satisfied with the light output.
OK! The ol' '87 Beast of Shame is gone, sold to a fellow from Germany...and somehow he was very happy with it. So now, I putt on a 2016 Street Bob...that USED to have a standard H4 bulb in it. Due to the excellent service this LED bulb did for the '87 POS, I immediately ordered another for my new ride, and I'm STILL very happy with the choice. I suppose this time I knew what I was to expect during installation, and the assembly went off without a hitch. Took less than 5 minutes from start of the project, to riding down the street. Now...newer headlight assemblies come with a steel diffuser, that is easily removed from the lens housing. This must come out, for the LED's to shine onto the reflector surfaces. Otherwise, you will have a large blank spot in the beam. CAUTION!! The diffuser also incorporates the hook that holds down the retention spring arm. I simply used needle-nose pliers to snap off the "hook" and small mounting screw hole, and re-used that as intended. I discarded the now useless diffuser. Do NOT use the rubber weather seal. 1; it won't fit over the bulb assembly anyway, and 2; It would block any cool air the fan requires. I've already ridden in the rain, and cannot see any water inside the lens housing. Just in case, I used a very light bead of RTV on the lens housing, as it meets the light bucket. With the clamping ring tight, it should stay waterproof, and not be glued solid should I need to take it all apart again. Day use, shows it to be very noticeable. Night use, shows it to be awesome. All in all, the Pathfinder H4 LED bulb, is just plain good gear. You will not be disappointed.
I've seen the light! This drop-in H4 replacement took mere minutes to swap in and, oh, what a difference over a halogen bulb. I can see much better on these dark Florida back roads at night, and I'm certain it enhances my visibility during the day. Now, please understand that this bulb won't quite compare to the latest from the Motor Company - those things are BRIGHT - but considering this bulb drops right in and costs roughly 1/10 of the others, you won't be disappointed. Finally, how long it'll last is an unknown. But so far, so good. Bottom line? I'm ordering more for of these for the rest of the bikes.
Great light with great output! High bean could be a little brighter, but overall a great light!
Had to make a slight mod to the retaining spring on my Honda VTX 1300 to get it to fit properly... But WOW! Big difference in visibility!
The price was great, the product has worked better that expected. The bulbs took a little work to fit, no instructions. That would be the only issue, I would rate the product 4 1/2 stars because of performance.
I wanted to be seen and this really does the trick. By the way, it really lights up the road.
Ok.. I was using a Sylvania Silverstar H4 on my '87 Softail. While brighter than stock, it was far from being as bright as the specialty PIAA bulbs. However, bulb life far surpassed anything from PIAA, which I why I preferred the Silverstars. My 5" bucket, with the Sylvania's, threw a "Y" shaped pattern out front, low and high beam. Really odd, and failed to have much side coverage/splash. After reading a review of an LED bulb in American Iron magazine recently, I noticed that the review bulb, and these bulbs, were exactly the same, but with a $20 difference in price. Being the cheap bastard that I am, I ordered the Pathfinder model. My puny "Y" shaped suggestion of a beam, is now a massive blaze of white, with full 180deg side splash. I went from: "I think there may be a road up ahead...", to "Yep, that's the LA Freeway at noon alright!" It did take some cussing and spitting to get the two connectors to snuggle with the base of the bulb assembly inside the 5" headlight bucket, and I considered cutting and soldering the connection, but it soon clicked into proper position, and the bezel ring was easily tightened to its normal position and specs. HUGE difference in downrange/downroad light. You will NOT be disappointed with your results. If you are using the brightest filament bulb right now...it ain't got nuthin' on the bright and wide spread of light this LED assembly puts out. Unlike the other review that mentioned the fan noise, I don't hear it at all, unless the engine is off...c'mon. It's a Harley. You can't hear anything else but the sound of awesome anyway!
Very nice! The fan is quiet enough that you will never notice the sound unless the engine is off or you are at a quiet idle. The brightness and quality of both high and low is excellent.
Very easy installation after contacting distributor about the instructions for removing the H-4 ring on the bulb. Big difference in light from the factory bulb.
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