Do you know what size would work on a gen2 I wouldn’t mind adding these while I have the fairings off.Here's the open pod dust cover: 2Pcs Car Headlamp Dust Cover Waterproof 38mm Dustproof Cap For LED Headlight HID | eBay
Enclosed type dust cover looks like this:
I have not found this type on eBay:
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65mm - 2x By Universal 65mm Rubber Housing Seal Cap Dust Cover fr Car HID LED Headlight | eBay
70mm - 2 pezzi 70mm HID LED Headlight Car Dust Cover impermeabile antipolvere tappo | eBay
85mm - Car HID LED Headlight Bulb Light Dust Seal Covers Headlamp Housing Cap 85mm | eBay
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@alexei To me, the 5000k is the whitest of the colors. It is more "pure white" than anything else. The 2700-3000k is the incandescent color and the 6000k starts with the blueish tint. I see a hint of blue with the current 6000k bulbs I have, but it is as close as they make those to the color I prefer. That's the way I see it at least and everyone will see it a bit different.Thanks, @SkyDork , I think you have picked the best option for your needs, and you truly understand the compromise in that all.
When you said pure white, did you mean the 8000K? IMO 5000K is more 'yellow' than 6500K.
My Gen3 does not have the rear caps, and so the fan/heatsink freely sticks out, allowing that to draw the heat away from the LED.
Over here, there are aftermarket caps with protruding shape to accomodate the bulky heatsinks.
I do not know, sorry, but can you try measure the diameter of the ring groove where the 'cup' would fit into, both outer and inner?Do you know what size would work on a gen2 I wouldn’t mind adding these while I have the fairings off.
saving the tail for last doing mock ups and test fits at the moment.It's starting to get closer to being done and it's coming along nice. You have a problem with the tail though as the undertail should be flush with the taillight and not have that gap. You don't have the tabs right on that.