A New LED Motorcycle Headlight That Outshines All Others!

LIMITATIONS OF TRADITIONAL HEADLIGHTS

This PAR56 (7″ round) LED headlight addresses a longstanding shortcoming of traditional motorcycle headlights by filling in the dark void created to the left or right of the motorcycle while cornering.

Halogen Motorcycle Headlight Pattern

ADAPTIVE HEADLIGHTS = EXCEPTIONAL VISIBILITY

The Model 8790 adaptive motorcycle headlight was designed with an integrated optical system that includes both an adaptive low beam as well as our proprietary ComfortLite™ high beam. Together, these optics provide best-in-class foreground illumination and light above the horizon that dramatically improves operator comfort and safety for night-time driving.

Adaptive LED Motorcycle Headlight Pattern

Now available through a list of exclusive dealers. Click here to find your local dealer for the Model 8790 adaptive LED motorcycle headlight.

DYNAMIC PLATFORM RESPONDS IN REAL TIME

The Model 8970 adaptive headlight uses on-board sensors and advanced electronics to calculate bank angles on a real-time basis, automatically directing the light array up or down as the motorcycle leans. This additional illumination fills the gaps that your stock headlight can’t when cornering at night. This adaptive headlight intelligently “tunes” low beam and banking optics in a way that maximizes visibility in corners.

LED Motorcycle Headlight Dynamic Platform

SLEEK NEW DESIGN

The Model 8790 adaptive LED motorcycle headlight includes a heavy-duty, die-cast aluminum housing, state-of-the-art LEDs, and sleek design that not only delivers premium performance, but also gives a bike a truly unique look!

  • On-board intelligence senses leaning angles when cornering to control light
  • Dynamically fills in dark areas while turning
  • Plug & play solution for PAR56 (7″ round) motorcycle fairing and bucket mounts
  • Breakthrough improvement in visibility and safety
  • DOT & ECE dual-compliant headlight

LED Motorcycle Headlight on the road

 


Post time: Mar-29-2016