The main differences concerned the light beam and power consumption, but first things first. The headlight is made in a massive aluminum housing, you can see it from the file marks that I made on the radiator fins. The first difference in the design concerned the glass. In past headlights, all lenses were oval, two of which were located in a small recess in which dirt periodically accumulated. The headlights were flooded with water, a thick layer of dirt formed on them, they were washed several times under high pressure, and all this did not affect their performance in any way.
With the previous headlights, I drove over 10,000 km in different weather conditions. Now let’s move on to the visible headlights. Outside, the body is exactly the same as the last headlight. The package includes all the necessary stainless steel fasteners, a headlight mount and a hexagon to fix the headlight at the desired angle. Sealing is carried out using a silicone insert filled with a compound. Recently, the same manufacturer has a new version of these headlights, which I will talk about.

New model of LED headlights

Now the bike is in a cold garage, where he spent the whole winter, and as you can see, there are no signs of corrosion or anything like that inside the headlights. But now the headlights will be much easier to wash. Now there are 3 round convex lenses, and the top oval lens is on the same surface as the rest. At the bottom there is a sealed input of the power cable. I did not notice a big problem in this, because. the presence of dirt in the corners, around the lenses, did not affect the cut-off line and the brightness of the headlight. About a year ago, I published a review of fog lights with a good cut-off line.