Beacon 2 LED 3 wire motorcycle bullet lights with a smooth show chrome finish, offered with amber or red lenses.
Our Beacon 2 LED motorcycle bullet lights for those who like a larger bullet light. Our buckets are made of die cast aluminum and have our 6 step double copper chrome plate finish. We use only the highest quality LEDs and PC Boards and put them in a Target pattern cluster. Then Pod them in a water proof plastic housing. Like all our Beacons 1 & 2 they are available in 3 different types of housings. They are all made from aluminum die casting and then show chrome with our 6 step method. These are only sold in pairs. If you need help deciding which bullets would work best for you please give us a call. By choosing the proper bucket and mount our bullet lights will fit Harley Davidson, Triumph, Victory, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and just about any and all motorcycles, hot rods, street rods, atv, side by sides, boats. These are very universal and will fit just about everything.

L.E.D.: Our led or light-emitting diode is a semiconductor solid state light source. They are very bright and unlike a filament bulb they are instant on and off, use less current, burn cooler, last much longer. We have never had any returns on our led pods and we have sold thousands of them. We supply all of them with 3 wires, ground (black), low (brown) and high (white) beam. If you only need a 2 wire just do not use the low beam or brown wire, cut it off or tape it up. When being used for turn signals you will need a load equalizer to make them work properly.

RSS Design: The way we hold the bezel to the housing is called our RSS design which stands for Reverse Set Screw. There are 4 threaded holes 90 degrees apart on the housing. According to the way you mount the bullets, you put the set screw in the bottom hole with a drop of blue thread locker (included) and screw it in until it is flush with the housing. You then push the bezel over the o-ring until it is flush with the housing so that the hole in the bezel lines up directly over the set screw. You then turn the set screw counter clockwise (loosen) until it is tight against the bezel. No more lost bezels!

Measurements: Please click on our bucket measurements category. This will show you the measurements of all of our buckets.