Large Caps for led Lights for Yamaha Super Tenere All Models (More Pics)

deftoner

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Hi deftoner , if you get around Cafe 27 one of these days let me know ,I"ll meet you there and get a some caps . Thanks Jeff
Hey Jeff, long time no see :). Raining a lot here, and busy life, lot of things going on, but definitely we have to meet!! :) I will text you soon
 

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Received My caps today Blaine / Vancouver BC Canada Thanks very much !
So glad that you received them. Hope you like them. Anything you need, any doubt, comment, etc, feel free to contact me. Glad to help.

Thanks!!
 
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BTW, a couple coats of plastidip on the caps makes them look like damn close to OEM also, looks great now!! Very happy with the fitment.

So happy to have people deftoner this on the forum! :)
 
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Super interested in this but I have a couple questions, how are the LEDs compared to stock in terms of output?
Do they have the issue that HIDs have where they have the wrong beam pattern and just blind everyone with uncontrolled light?
 

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Super interested in this but I have a couple questions, how are the LEDs compared to stock in terms of output?
Do they have the issue that HIDs have where they have the wrong beam pattern and just blind everyone with uncontrolled light?
I just put some cheap Amazon aftermarket LEDs in - with these Caps - I got the aim wrong the first time, lighting up the roadsides and leaving a dark spot in front of the bike (yes, I have adjusted the hard-to-adjust headlight aim)! After a bit of research, and with little help from the instructions with the bulb, I figured out the 3-9 o'clock orientation of the bulb, with the block down and now have a great illumination pattern. We will see how they hold up. Caps fit and function well, with good room around the rear of the bulb/fan.
 
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I just put some cheap Amazon aftermarket LEDs in - with these Caps - I got the aim wrong the first time, lighting up the roadsides and leaving a dark spot in front of the bike (yes, I have adjusted the hard-to-adjust headlight aim)! After a bit of research, and with little help from the instructions with the bulb, I figured out the 3-9 o'clock orientation of the bulb, with the block down and now have a great illumination pattern. We will see how they hold up. Caps fit and function well, with good room around the rear of the bulb/fan.
So the LED chip should face up?
 

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So the LED chip should face up?
On the H7 bulb, there are two chips, one on each side. They should be at the 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock positions. Simply, chips face right and left, not up and down. There is a bottom cutoff (kinda like a ledge) on the prong the chips are mounted to, that should be at the bottom, not top. Sorry, don't have any pictures.
 
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On the H7 bulb, there are two chips, one on each side. They should be at the 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock positions. Simply, chips face right and left, not up and down. There is a bottom cutoff (kinda like a ledge) on the prong the chips are mounted to, that should be at the bottom, not top. Sorry, don't have any pictures.
That should be plenty good for me to figure it out on my own from there :)
 
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