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Eiko Halogen Bulb

5.0 (2 reviews)
$7.95 - $12.95
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Power

100//55W
100/55W
100/80W
35/35W
60/55W

Notes

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Heavy Duty

Specifications and Options

Brand Eiko
Base Type -
Beam Style -
Category -
Notes -
Power -
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Note: This item is a universal/custom fit component, and is not a direct fitment for your machine. These parts may require modification and we recommend installation by a certified mechanic. Please have machine specifications ready when you call.
 



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Product Details

Quartz halogen bulbs replace standard-type bulbs with BA base. Available in standard 60/55W and high-powered versions. Heavy-duty types available for extra vibration resistance. All are 12V; clear.

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Specifications and Options

Brand Eiko
Base Type P43T
Beam Style H-4
Category Bulbs
Notes Heavy Duty
Power 100//55W, 100/55W, 100/80W, 35/35W, 60/55W
Voltage 12V

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Need a brighter bulb for my Honda TRX 420FM 4 wheeler. What will work?
Dave on Aug 30, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. The only way to get a brighter light is to install an HID kit on your TRX. This bulb will be a little brighter, nothing in comparison to an HID kit. Below is a link to our HID kits:
http://www.bikebandit.com/bikemaster-h-i-d-light-kit
HID kits are plug and play applications; they will intensify the light output 2-3 times. They feature built in transformer ballast to step up power to the bulbs. Normal bulbs will not produce more light if not given more power.

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Better than expected.
I purchased a high-powered version (100/55) and am very impressed.

This bulb replaced a Sylvania SilverStar Ultra that was previously fit to my Ninja 250. I was very pleased with those bulbs but the high-price and short-life I experienced with my car's bulbs was a bit of a deterrent. I love some extra nighttime visibility for my bike so I try to review different bulbs when I can afford to. (The SilverStar is still in good shape, back in it's blister pack where it will stay until the Eiko burns out or I review another brand.)

Nothing outstanding about the low-beam, but the high-current high-beam is, to my eyes without any special equipment other than a 12am dark ride from work back home, ever so slightly but noticeably more effective than the costly bulb; exactly what I wanted to see.

Another observation is that the light appears to be warmer than the Silverstar's white light, but by no means yellow, just a typical halogen; there is no coating on the bulb like there is on the Silverstar.

The headlamp assembly on my Kawi is plastic, save for the glass, and after a week of 30-mile high-beam-usage-per-night has suffered no obvious damage from any extra heat generated by the high-power bulb; the same is true for my very-thin wiring. Closer inspection of the wiring is in order but I'm not expecting to be disappointed.

I hope to experiment with modifying / improving my wiring harness to attempt to improve lighting further just in case the bulb cannot draw to it's full potential. This is pure speculation.
August 4, 2011
Great for older bikes
This bulb is an excellent choice for older motorcycles with marginal charging systems. Very bright using only 35 watts.
June 23, 2011
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