NOTE: This bulb is Super Duke 1290 specific with a different emitter cover. For the Super Duke GT 1290 LED bulbs, click here.
The NEW 7000 Lumen Cyclops LED Canbus compatible bulb replacement kit is the next evolution in LED lighting technology for the KTM Super Duke 1290. Cyclops took the previous 3800 lumen bulb and doubled the size of the low beam emitter, creating an even more amazing light output. Canbus ready means NO warning lights via the low draw interface. Totally plug and play. No wiring or splicing.
As a bonus, the lights match your LED bar very nicely vs that orange/white look that just doesn't look right.
1 year warranty fulfilled by Cyclops Adventure Sports.
Posted by Khirlany Aziz on 10th Dec 2017
Easy to fix and its super bright as well!!
Posted by email@example.com on 20th Nov 2017
Ampoule au top.
Pas d’anomalies a l’ordina De bord.
Envoi sérieux, rapide et bien protéger.
Bulb at the top.
Plug & play connection.
No abnormalities on the board.
Sending seriously, fast and well protect.
Posted by Bruce Gale on 29th Oct 2017
Good bright light with excellent pattern but a tight fit in the headlight shell... Highly recommended
Posted by George on 17th Sep 2017
The quality of the product is great. I much prefer the aesthetic look of the bike with the LED lamp. The illumination performance is better and you become far more visible to other road users. The installation is generally easy with the hardest part being the reposition of the wiring looms behind the headlamp. The instructions are good. I am glad I made this purchase and would recommend it.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Apr 2017
I was dealing with my stock headlight not bad at night but it was noticeable how low the light was compared to others i rode with but now........they all want me to lead the pack these led lights are so bright i never even need high beams if you are looking for a replacement bulb these are your best option dont pass these up
Posted by Apebrains on 16th Feb 2017
Let me start by saying that if you're on the fence, my opinion is absolutely - BUY IT.
Now, with that said, install was relatively straightforward. It was a challenge to get the lamp through the rubber retaining boot, but it will save you time to disconnect the wiring harness from the lamp before you feed it through, then just feed the harness through the boot after you mount the light. I'm an idiot and didn't think of this until after the fact. Things are a little tight in there, and zip ties are your friend, but it all fits, just take your time and finagle it.
You can hear the fan for the bulb when the bike is off, but you certainly can't hear it once the beast wakes up. The color matches pretty much perfectly with the trim LEDs above the primary light, so it looks superb. Performance is pretty exceptional. I can now comfortably ride with a tinted visor down (though I usually don't just in case) at night because the color wavelength of the light penetrates the visor material much better and really improves your night-time visibility. The beam pattern on the low-beam might as well be a high-beam. I mean the spread is huge, and it really lights up every damn thing in front of you. For reference, I don't think I would really be satisfied with the 3800 bulb, as I consider this one just the right amount of light. Finally, the high beam is actually a little strange; you get this kinda large blob of light on the street about 15 feet or so in front of you (that's almost a little distracting, but nothing really to complain about), then a fairly normal spread pattern everywhere else. The big difference is that it now throws much more light up high, so on low tree branches, signs, etc, and it throws considerably longer out in front of you. The illumination on the road is negligibly increased, but if you're in a dark neighborhood or small narrow road, you'll certainly notice the difference. Honestly, I don't generally need the high-beam because the low is that good.
Like I said a the onset, it's a fantastic product, and I adamantly recommend it. It doesn't throw any codes, as advertised (the Duke can have a kinda sensitive CANbus), and the thing looks beautiful when it lights up. Very modern; matches the bike well.
One final note, several moments after you shut the bike down, you'll suddenly notice a bright flash in the room, then nothing. It appears that the bulb discharges several seconds after shut down, then goes totally quiet after that. So no, creepy peeping toms aren't lurking around taking photos of you at night, it's just the light. Besides, you're probably not that sexy anyway. Or maybe you are. You're riding a 1290 after all. So maybe it's just not peeping toms THIS time. Anyway...
Get it. Rottweiler is fantastic. They don't seem to carry a bad product.
Rottweiler + KTM = True Love
Posted by Unknown on 6th Feb 2017
Big improvement over the stock halogen bulb hands down
Posted by Christopher Plessinger on 30th Jan 2017
Really happy with the outcome of this product. Being seen is just as important as being heard!