XL1 20 watt halogen amber lens motorcycle bullet light with a standard bezel and a raised flames show chrome finish
XL1 20 watt halogen amber lens motorcycle bullet light with a standard bezel and a raised flames show chrome finish
Item# XL1F1HA

Product Information

Adjures XL-1 flamed chrome 20 watt amber lens with a standard bezel. These are used mostly for running or drive lights. Adjures raised flames show chrome XL1 motorcycle bullet lights are the newest school bullets on the market today. There are no straight lines on this bullet, even the bezel has a radius. These match our raised flames chrome Sunset Blvd. and Rodeo Dr. headlight buckets. These have a halogen light source and we use 50 watt for clear lens, 35 watt for red and 20 for amber. Our flush mount bullets are by far the best seller so we have made all of our XL1 bullets with a flush mount. So if you order the 35 watt clear and use them for drive lights they will not be adjustable unless you have an adjustable mount. These all come with a 1 1/2" center drilled stainless steel 5/16-24 hex mounting bolt (the wire goes through), nylon washer (to protect paint/chrome), and a 1/2" chrome stand-off. All you need is a 5/16" hole to mount it. The way we hold the bezel on is another important feature. We call this our "Reverse Set screw" or RSS design (see explanation below). *Note* The XL housings will not work with our fork mounts!

Harley Dressers: We do have a diamond mount kit available for the flush mount Beacons and XL1 bullet lights. Please see our bullet light mount category.

Victory Owners: Your electrical system will only allow the use of 10 watt if you use the halogen bullets so you must tell us when you order. There is no problem using the leds.

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.