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Motorcycle H7 LED Fanless Headlight Conversion Kit with Compact Heat Sink - 2,000 Lumens

Part Number: H7-HLV4-M

Features

  • Integrated heat sink - no fans or bulky braided heat sinks
  • Internal driver for simple installation
  • 2,000 Lumens of cool white (7200K) light
  • Can Bus compatible
  • Lifetime warranty
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Overview

Increase your safety and visibility with this H7 LED headlight kit. The single-intensity LED headlight bulb emits 2,000 lumens of cool white illumination and features 3rd generation cooling technology. It has an integrated heat sink instead of a short-lived fan or bulky braided heat sink. This allows for a longer-lasting bulb and easier installation in tight spaces. It also has an internal driver, which eliminates the need to mount an additional part and locate an appropriate mounting spot. The compact bulb lasts 13 times longer than halogen bulbs and 3 times longer than HID bulbs. The bulb's LED array is designed to mimic the filament in halogen bulbs—creating a closely matched beam style. This waterproof, CAN Bus compatible bulb operates within a wide 9-32 VDC range. The long-lasting kit includes 1 LED headlight bulb and 1 adapter plug. Price per bulb.

Warranties & Certifications
Lifetime
Super Bright LEDs, Inc. offers a Lifetime Warranty to protect against manufacturer defects and malfunctions. If you experience failure of an LED or other component not caused by negligence, abuse, unauthorized repair or disassembly, we will replace the product. If the same product is no longer available, a product of equal value may be substituted. Read More
Applications
  • Low And High Beam Headlamps
  • Fog Light Replacement Bulbs
  • Motorcycle LED Headlight Bulbs
  • UTV LED Headlight Bulbs
  • ATV LED Headlight Bulbs
  • Snowmobile LED Headlight Bulbs
  • Powersport LED Bulbs
  • Motorcycle Low and High Beam Headlamps
  • Motorcycle Fog Light Replacement Bulbs
High-Power LED Headlights generate a lot of heat, which can be damaging to its circuitry. All SBL Headlight Bulbs come with heatsinking options that will protect and extend the life of your headlights. This means that LED Headlights require extra space behind the headlamp in order to function properly. Be sure to check this area under your hood before ordering. (H7 bulb shown)
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Specifications

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Part NOTypeRaw Lumen
Beam Angle
PriceAmbient Operating TemperatureLumen Per Dollar
H7-HLV4Replacement Bulb 4000 lm-$59.95-133.44 lumen/dollar
H7-HLV4-MReplacement Bulb 2000 Lumen/Bulb lm-$29.95-66.78 lumen/dollar
Motorcycle LED Headlight Conversion Kit - H7 LED Fanless Headlight Conversion Kit with Compact Heat Sink
Motorcycle LED Headlight Conversion Kit - H7 LED Fanless Headlight Conversion Kit with Compact Heat Sink

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Name
Jim
Technical Level
Advanced
Part Number
H7-HLV4-M
Reviewed On
05/05/17

08' Suzuki Gsxr 1000

The light itself is great! Nice and bright compared to the OE halogen lamp.

The fit, not so much. It does not "seat" into the housing like the OE bulb. It is WAY to loose and will fall out with some custom work. Also, the OE rubber seal that goes on the back will not fit with some trimming and custom work.
Definitely not a "plug and play" light.

Helpful? Yes (29) No (3)

Name
gary
Technical Level
Advanced
Part Number
H7-HLV4
Reviewed On
05/02/17

2013 Mercedes Sprinter Van

These bulbs fit in the low-beam socket of the Sprinter van and there is just enough room to replace the large plastic gasketed headlight cover in the engine compartment. It's easy to miss this, but the LED bulb does twist off of the heat-sink so the bulb can be installed with the stock H7 wire clip (no zip-ties required). Install the bulb, clip it and then twist lock the heat sink in place. The dash warning light came on after the install, so I ordered the recommended resistor/can-buss fix. The warning light still comes on so I am currently consulting with tech for a fix on this. I have not driven the vehicle yet but the lights look good in the driveway! I'll try to update after the bulb warning light fix and after driving the van.

Helpful? Yes (23) No (4)

Name
Peter
Technical Level
Advanced
Part Number
H7-HLV4-M
Reviewed On
01/23/18

Do Not Bother

Got this lamp for my 2016 Kawasaki Ninja 650 , the site says it will fit, but it is physically impossible to get the heat sink in the headlight housing.
After trying for couple hours was forced to give up, also the plug on the lamp does not match the connector on the bike.

Helpful? Yes (24) No (5)

Name
Joseph
Technical Level
Average
Part Number
H7-HLV4
Reviewed On
01/18/18

Awesome lights

I installed these lights in a 2013 Hyundai Donate GLS. It was a 10 minute installation. I followed the included instructions and it was a snap. Much better view driving. Only drawback is with the heatsink on the bulb, you can't put the covers back on the rear of the light housing.

Helpful? Yes (12) No (1)

Name
Steve
Technical Level
Expert
Part Number
H7-HLV4
Reviewed On
06/21/17

2012 Honda Goldwing

These bulbs are a challenge to install. Due to the tight space on the fairing and bulb openings it is necessary to cut out the center of the rubber gasket that covers the space between the bulb and light housing. The new bulb fits very tight in the opening, and is a bit difficult to push in far enough to get the pins of the bulb to fit into the plastic mounting ring. But WOW, are they bright! The new Low beam bulb is much brighter than the original bulb and my only concern is that they may be an issue for oncoming traffic. I'll try them out tonight and see how they do.

Helpful? Yes (10) No (1)


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