As stated by maverick above.
I tried nightbreakers before. I would say the improvements to be hardly noticeably. Sure, slightly whiter lights compared to the yellowish stock but brighter and shines further as advertised? Well, not to my eyes. Plus the bulb is short on life, i think mine on the low beam lasted about 300+ hours only. Popped back the stock halogen instead.
I'm not expecting much on its competitions too, phillips silverstars and sylvannia, Also decided against HID xenon kit as it would not be good in night mists and rain, something that regularly happens in the place i ride. so i took the route of going LED spotlight. I would be putting a 65 watt halogen in place of the high beam as and when the burnt off too.
Current : Maroon 2011.
- Fender Extender - Radiator Guard - 19mm Nissin radial master - Nissin 4-pot caliper - SS brake lines - Osram Hyper 65W both low/high beam - LED 30w aux floodlights & 3w DRLs - Rear Hugger - Givi crash guards - Yoshimura TRC Carbon - Dynojet PC5 - Scottoiler - R1 shock with Ohlins 14.2 kg/mm spring - Imitation Givi Windshield - Rear Givi rack with 24ltr Givi top box - Bosch dual tones - Z800 stock mirrors.
Up next :
- Protaper SE ATV Low - PIAA Platinum low