The dimensions of these C.O.B Plasma halo rings are for Yamaha Road Star Raider 2007-2009.
'Demon eyes halo', 'Angel eyes halo' & 'halo headlights' are all names for
the same product. About a decade ago, when companies started installing
"aftermarket halo rings" into sportbike’s headlamps, people liked the
look so much that Sportbike businesses began to sell aftermarket halo headlight
conversion kits. When this headlight style started gaining popularity, people
started calling them by numerous terms, but they all refer to the same product
halos were made from clear acrylic or lexan cut into a ring with hashes around
the edge. The ring would illuminate with a single LED bulb. The light would travel through the acrylic and
reflect off the hash marks causing a glow effect, much like the glow of an
angel’s halo. Later on they were made of CCFL halos; witch was a phosphorescent
light with a little gap in between. Then, they upgrade to the LED halos: these
lights were brighter but still have some gap in between the LED’s lights. Now,
we have the new generation of LED Plasma halos. These rings last longer, are
brighter and do not have a gap in between the lights.
Different names for the C.O.B halos: Other names for these style L.E.D Plasma halos
are; Hyper L.E.D Plazma halos, or COB LED halos.