Sorry guys but I searched and couldn't find anything beyond the Cree set-up.
This appears to be a very high quality pkg. How it compares to the CREE LED Kit is above my pay grade.Steve, are you looking for a true HID conversion(ballast etc.) or just a replacement H4 bulb that is closer in color temp to a true HID setup? PIAA has some pretty good H4 bulbs that are a whiter color than the stock halogen bulb.
Or...I found this:2014 Yamaha FZ09 Motorcycle HID Kit
I've already changed the little bulbs on the sides of the Headlight to LED's (white light) and they exaggerate the "yellowness" of the Headlights......I need a whiter light to match.Do a retrofit. Just recently tried the Cree route. It is an improvement over stock, but ultimately the culprit is a poor reflector design and no bulb will fix that. I will be sending mine headlight out this fall to be retrofitted.
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Gotcha, then go for the led. It will match those side bulbs well. See my edit above regarding the PNP hid kitI've already changed the little bulbs on the sides of the Headlight to LED's (white light) and they exaggerate the "yellowness" of the Headlights......I need a whiter light to match.
I've already installed the Denali D2's (photo to follow) so getting a stronger beam isn't as pressing as matching the White Light from these little side lights I've already changed.
Have you added PIAA's to your FZ-09...????I've always used PIAA bulbs on all my bikes, and I recall Doug swearing by another bulb maker, but can't recall what brand he referenced. In my experience, the PIAA bulbs are great although a bit pricey and you only get about 75% of the bulb life compared to a stock Halogen bulb. But they supposedly put out 110 W equivalent and only draw the same as a 55 W bulb. One thing I have noticed over the years, if the reflector is a crappy design the higher bulb output will actually give you blotchy illumination spots instead of the brighter, full coverage you would think you'd get from a higher 'K' color bulb. Sorry Steve, I know that doesn't really help you narrow down your choice much. It's kind of a crap shoot until someone posts their experience with a good aftermarket alternative, but 'good' is pretty subjective anyway...
Honestly, the best bet would be a projector upgrade, but I don't want to push someone into something that they don't want to do. It doesn't have to be an expensive upgrade, and one that can actually work for you AND look good.Nice explanation, Chad. You're the perfect person to weigh on in this and provide us with an experts advice and clarification. Thank you...:thumbsup: