Adjure Inc. manufactures 2 different types of motorcycle bullet lights, also called marker lights, running lights and bullet turn signals in 2 different sizes. We have our Beacons and our XL1 designs.

Our Halogens are offered with a red 35 watt for the rear, amber 20 watt for front or rear turn signals and a clear lens with a 35 watt bulb also. For example the Victory electrical system can only use 10 watt. These lights are all single filament so when you use them as turn signals on the front you will loose your running light capability unless you buy a Bad Lands intensifier shown on our electrical page.

Our LED bullets come with red lens and LED's or amber lens and LED's. All of our LED bullets come with 3 wires for run/turn/brake. If you are going to use these for turn signals a "Load Equalizer" is required. LED's run cooler, last longer, draw less current and are instant on & off (a great safety feature)

All of our bullet lights are aluminum or Zinc die cast so we can offer them in a smooth chrome finish or a raised flame chrome finish. There are 3 different mounting designs.

Flush Mount: Supplied with a 1 1/2" SS center drilled 5/16-24 hex bolt, nylon washer and a chrome 1/2" standoff. This was designed to fit anywhere there is a hole and 06 and earlier H-D used the same size bolt to mount their stock turn signals on the softails and Dynas.

Diamond Mount: These were designed to fit on Dresser light bars and are fully adjustable side to side and up-down.

Universal Mount: This will also fit anywhere there is a 3/8" hole. It has 2 ears on the bottom and mount similar to our headlight buckets. It comes with a 3/8-16 stainless steel stud that is center drilled to hide the wires.

All of our XL1 bullet lights are flush mount and supplied with the same hardware as our Flush Mount Beacons. All bullet lights are sold in pairs only. *Note* Xl-1 housings all not work with our fork mounts!

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.