Why people buy these bikes and then continue to give BMW a bad wrap is beyond me. BMW has been nothing but "OUTSTANDING" to me in every way.
Thanks for your opinion too Chris. I am very happy with my bike, the service I get from my dealer, AND the help I got from Kisan in solving the problem at hand. I'm glad you have had complete success with your bike as well.
You were helpful in pointing out that BMW must not care about polarity in the taillight circuit, but after that you - you stepped on me and all of us by your quote above.
I don't think any brand or product is perfect. Many of us use this forum to learn from other's successes as well as mistakes - including our favorite manufacturer. Don't put them too high on a pedestal my friend at the expensive of dissing everybody else here.
I said nothing derogatory about BMW or
Kisan other than to offer that apparently BMW does not CARE enough about the color of wires chosen to represent a difference in polarity in their tail lighting circuits. Period. What do I really think? I think manufacturers - any - should be more diligent in using the same color wires to represent ground vs. non-ground, and hook them up in their circuits as if they really do. That's pretty simple, and pretty universal. I don't care if they choose brown, black, or pink with green strips. Just be consistent. To a manufacturer like Kisan, consistency was something they were looking for from all brand bikes they supply solutions for,... and BMW represented a problem for them. To Kisan's credit, they supplied a working solution, and I am happy. They even shipped extra bulbs to keep me happy. Payoff? Nope, just on the good customer service pretense that I might have a bad one. These are not LEDs, but one of the benefits of having an electronic circuit in the lamp base is the actual bulbs are easy to find and easy to replace. I carry a spare bulb under the seat so I don't worry if one should eventually fail - knowing it will.
Love ya man.