Yes DDTM that's another reason I put mine in is so that hopefully others can see me a bit better and not run me over I hope it works but you will never know. Why are you burning birds out of trees?? lol
I will add something here, as I have been running city lights by Philips for 8 years. One thing many are not aware of, I was using the Osram 65 watt night breaker on my 07 Versys and then a short time on my 2015. That 65 watt or 55 watt is not actual watts. Incandescent bulbs are rated at 12 VDC , using a amprobe, my 65 watt Osram were actually 90 Watts at 14.2 VDC. my series regulator output. Suzuki made advances over their regulator compared to Kawsaki , Kawsaki is still like a 3 transistor radio in 1967.I have very similar H4 LED's to Pete on my 2010 DL650, just like your V-Strom. Both OEM bulbs are the same, meaning the 55/60 watt bulbs collectively draw 110 watts on low and 120 watts on high, compared to maybe 30 watts for the LED's.
To me the advantage is bright white light, compared to the grey colour of the OEM halogens. Aditionally the LEDS are texture free and clear unlike th OEMs.
They must project some scatter although nobody ever flashes me as all the roadside reflective signs show clearly even though the low beam cutoff is clear down the road.
I have these. Like Pete's a direct swap with no extra bits required. They are called 60watt but are a 60 watt equivalent. Additionally these have a small fan in the base which circulates the heat out of the bulb and into the headlight enclosure.
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