The bike only has 5200 miles on it. I just bought a set of theseAny H7 bulb will work. If you want brighter, use the SilverStars or SilverStar Ultras.
They are brighter, but don't last as long because they are overdriven to give more light.
BTW, replace both bulbs at the same time. If one goes, the other is usually right behind it. They can even go simultaneously.
I replaced the burnt one first. There is a big difference between the stock bulb and these. The stock bulb looks yellow in comparison. Swapping the low beams out was easy. I ordered a whole set for rpl down the roadThe bike only has 5200 miles on it. I just bought a set of these
PIAA Xtreme White Plus (H7) Halogen Light Bulbs (PIAA-17655)
Now I hope I can get my big paw in there to do the quick swap out. Otherwise ......
I took the bike out today for the first time since I swapped out the bulbs. These PIAA H7s are a touch whiter and brighter than stock. You differentiate the slightly yellower stock high beams when all 4 are lit. My LED fog lights are less noticeable now. Everything was lit up quite well.I am running regular bulbs. The right low beam went out at 36,000 miles, and the left at 41,000. I bought the bike new 2.5 years ago. This was the first time they went out. (a 2010 GL-1800)