|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 5 x 2 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MT-H4-HDOPT7-6|
|Special Features||Exclusive Arc-Beam Technology, CREE MK-R 3,500 Lms Per Bulb, RedLine Heat Control Driver, IP67 Waterproof Build, 50,000 Bulb Life, 40w Per Bulb, Clear 6000K Cool White Color, CanBUS Ready Plug-N-Play|
OPT7 Fluxbeam LED Headlight Single Bulb for Motorcycle - H4 9003 - 6000K Cool White - 40w 3,500Lm CREE - 2 Yr Warranty
|Price:||$59.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Light the entire road with 3,500lms of true 6000K daytime white light! FluxBeam LED is the only light that uses CREE MK-R LED and Arc-Beam technology to ensure a perfect beam pattern
- Improved MHC heat control with RedLine driver and TurboCool fan to ensure your bulb lasts longer than your bike! Over 50,000 hrs of brilliant continuous light
- Works underwater! Rainproof driver, bulb, and fan functions even in extreme situations
- Single Bulb Kit for 1 Bulb Headlights. FluxBeam bulbs are made to fit your OEM housing and plugs.
- Order from OPT7 Lighting for a truly worry-free experience! We offer a free 2 year warranty and lifetime support from real California techs.
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When you’re unwilling to compromise
The power of a 3,500Lm OPT7 Fluxbeam now for motorcycles!
- See The Road Clearly - Exclusive Arc-Beam Lens Technology - Crafted around the powerful CREE MK-R LED to provide the only LED with the CORRECT beam patterns. No dark spots, no short beams, no scattered beams.
- True 6000K Cool White Color - @ 3,500 Lms of clear white daylight white
- Light Your Path, Instantly - Once you flick ""ON"", watch your road be flooded with brilliant light at full brightness.
Never Replace Your Bulbs Again
Modular Heat Protection (MHP) Technology to ensure our LED bulb maximize its 50,000 hr LED life.
- Cold Pressed Aluminum Heat Sink - 35% higher heat reduction
- Dual speed TurboCool fan - Spinning at 7,000rpm to deliver 5CFM of air flow (Twice the standard flow rates)
- Advanced Bright™ LED board design syncs with the Driver to optimize for heat protection and consistent brightness output. Be aware of imitators
- Compact Redline ASIC-X LED Control Driver- Regulates LED power using an ultra-efficient micro design and mount free install
Sized to perfectly fit your stock fog lights and plug directly into your OEM sockets. These bulbs are CanBUS-Ready and will work with any vehicle's computer system without error.
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Not long after, on a Facebook forum I came across the OPT7 Fluxbeam 3500 kit. It was advertised to be better than OEM, have a more focused pattern, the ballasts were smaller, and being a vehicle lighting enthusiast, I was pumped to try a set of LED bulbs to compare to my OEM and HID bulbs.
My experience with the OPT7 Fluxbeam’s has been great! The shipping was crazy fast, the box arrived within about two days, and the packaging was certainly top notch. It’s a very good-looking, high quality box with information printed on the outside. Inside you’ll find fitted foam cutouts that hold each bulb, the ballasts and an adequate set of instructions.
Just opening the box and looking at the bulbs you can tell they are a quality piece of technology. They are very cool looking bulbs, and unlike any I’ve seen before. They have a good solid feel, as they are made with aluminum bodies. The wiring doesn’t feel cheap or brittle, and the heat-sink/cooling fan setup is crazy. I almost wanted to put the bulbs on display because they are just so interesting to look at. I was pumped to see if they held up in the function department, because form was certainly covered.
Installation was very straightforward, and I would even say it was easier than the HID kit I had before. The Fluxbeam 3500 kit was marketed as a plug and play kit, which as many of us know, means it’ll plug in and work, but those of us a little on the OCD side will be disappointed. This is not the case with this kit. It fits very well and is a very clean install. The tiny ballast actually fits INSIDE the headlight, unlike all the HID kits that need to have the ballast mounted elsewhere. The plug on the Fluxbeam plugs directly into the OEM bulb plug and the wiring neatly tucked inside my R6’s headlight. The next step was fitting the bulb which I have to admit was the hardest part. Don’t be discouraged, it fits, but due to the small area to work in, and the retaining clip for the H7 style bulb, it certainly takes patience. I do need to thank the designers of this bulb because they did us all a great favor by making the bulb and the H7 mounting ring two pieces. The base of the bulb twists off from the mounting ring so that you can remove the mounting ring, install it in the headlight so that you don’t have to fight to get the heat-sink to clear the retaining clip to secure the bulb in the housing. Getting the ring installed is rather easy, but the next step is a little tricky because the retaining clip is still very close to the heat-sink. To get the bulb into the mounting ring you must press and hold the retaining clip in, while also inserting and turning the bulb to lock it in place. Once you get it seated you’re on the homestretch! At this point I became very nervous because it looked like the heat-sink/fan was not going to clear the dust cover. I was very relieved to find that it did just barely fit to make for an OEM looking fitment, which was huge for me. To the untrained eye, one would never know that I had aftermarket set of bulbs, and I get the satisfaction of a very clean install.
The output between the three are noticeable, the OEM H7 bulbs have the best cutoff, but the worst output. The HID has a slightly worse low beam cutoff, and the output is similar, but it has a much more modern look. I do think the high beam is slightly better on the road. However, I personally don’t think it is much of a functional upgrade. The Fluxbeam does not have a great low beam pattern, but the color is a very nice white, and there looks to be a little more light output. The high beam is there the Fluxbeam really shines; the output is crazy compared to both OEM and the HID kit. It doesn’t have a pretty cutoff like the H7 does, but the output and coverage are a significant upgrade vs OEM. I am very happy with the increase in visibility and would definitely buy them again. I have yet to be flashed from oncoming cars, but I’m sure they are pretty bright. Looking at them head on.
Overall I would have to say this is the best upgrade in light output short of a projector retrofit. I would imagine that these bulbs in a projector (OPT7 says these are projector ready) would be fantastic!
Function: 9 (better cut off would have been a solid 10)
Ease of install: 9 (your results may vary, the R6 has a very tight squeeze)
I have read some people had trouble getting these in without removing the rubber seal or cutting it. I was able to get this in without modifying the rubber seal. It is a very tight fit and I did have to push quite hard to get it in with the rubber seal on, but it can be done, and I wont have any water in my headlight assembly :)
I am writing this review after not having it installed for very long, so longevity will be unknown, but as of now I am way super impressed. The construction appears to be good and I like the way the wiring is set up (you can install the control "box" this light uses on the motorcycle connected to the factory wiring harness (which in my case is a slightly bulkier plug) and tidy all the wiring, THEN install the bulb in the bike's mask/housing and it's electrical connection is a very slim waterproof connection. It just makes for a clean install. The light output is incredible with zero patterning from the led chips themselves in my case. The light output and usability is superior to the factory/stock headlight, even with an upgraded halogen bulb in that. I am super happy at this point. The light is a brilliant white, no blue/purple at all. In my case the automatically controlled cooling fan built into this bulb is extremely quiet. No way of hearing it when the bike is running. Also, the bulb itself runs extremely cool. I was melting the inside reflector of the headlight housing with the halogen, and now the entire assembly is completely cool to the touch after a long high beam ride. If it lasts, I just couldn't say anything else but wow! The pictures show high beam first then low beam. I don't mind the darker center on low, the full width of the road+ are lit up well, high completely fills it in.