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The wait is OVER! ONLY at SLK-Customs. Now available for pre order. Shipping June 2022.
The all New Direct bolt on, Plug & Play, fully adjustable Honda VT1300 Daymaker LED Headlight!
For the 2010+ Honda Fury, Sabre, Stateline, & Interstate


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2010 - 2022 Honda Fury Daymaker
2010 - 2022 Honda Sabre Daymaker
2010 - 2022 Honda Stateline Daymaker
2010 - 2022 Honda Interstate Daymaker
2010 - 2022 Honda VT 1300 LED Daymaker


 

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I've got a day maker, held in by foam.
I'm wondering if I still even have myoem brackey floating around. If I can find it might go this route!
 

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Like it. Ordered mine.
 
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The wait is OVER! ONLY at SLK-Customs. Now available for pre order. Shipping June 2022.
The all New Direct bolt on, Plug & Play, fully adjustable Honda VT1300 Daymaker LED Headlight!
For the 2010+ Honda Fury, Sabre, Stateline, & Interstate


Fitment:
2010 - 2022 Honda Fury Daymaker
2010 - 2022 Honda Sabre Daymaker
2010 - 2022 Honda Stateline Daymaker
2010 - 2022 Honda Interstate Daymaker
2010 - 2022 Honda VT 1300 LED Daymaker


What's the price?
 

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Thanks. Does the Day maker really make that much of a difference? I have never rode with one before.
I haven't either, just wanted to try one.
 

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Thanks. Does the Day maker really make that much of a difference? I have never rode with one before.
I've never used the Daymaker, but I have done HID projector conversions on my truck. That made a huge difference. The last thing you should do is go the 'plug and play' HID bulb in a halogen reflector, and the Fury housing is pretty small for a traditional projector. The Daymaker concept is a plug an play projector and source all in one, with someone doing the proper engineering work on the beam pattern. I think it will work out very well. Preordered mine last night
 

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Thanks. Does the Day maker really make that much of a difference? I have never rode with one before.
Yes its a night and day difference. Its much brighter and a better beam pattern.
 

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I've never used the Daymaker, but I have done HID projector conversions on my truck. That made a huge difference. The last thing you should do is go the 'plug and play' HID bulb in a halogen reflector, and the Fury housing is pretty small for a traditional projector. The Daymaker concept is a plug an play projector and source all in one, with someone doing the proper engineering work on the beam pattern. I think it will work out very well. Preordered mine last night
The Daymaker doesn't touch true HID retrofits. If you were to retrofit a projector into the Fury headlight housing, it would blow the Daymaker away.

That being said, the Daymaker is a big difference in output than the stock halogen. The beam pattern is still a bit scattered which I don't like, but it's not terrible. That's the result of LEDs behind a projector lens (like the Daymaker). Not up to snuff comparable to a true retrofit.

Al things aside, it's nice to now how a bolt in option for our bikes!
 

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Mine too is held in by foam.
So far, it is working well.
But do not have that side to side adjustment anymore.
 
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Is there such a thing available anywhere?
Nah someone would have to do the retro.
Nothing "pre made" like that.

Id be a bit worried with all that wiring being stuffed right up against the projector bowl, but there's probably solutions for that
 

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Nah someone would have to do the retro.
Nothing "pre made" like that.

Id be a bit worried with all that wiring being stuffed right up against the projector bowl, but there's probably solutions for that
It's a tight fit. To get a projector and ballast behind that glass. That was why I never did it.
 
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