Micro Flooter LightsWe offer Micro Flooter lights for many BMW Motorcycle models.
Each kit is designed for a particular application and supplied with everything needed to install.
Please read the information below and select your model or application and you will be brought to a new page with detailed information and images showing the Micro Flooters for your bike.
Additional lights are gathering more and more fans, the main reason is safety- “See and be seen”. Properly mounted and adjusted (to avoid blinding oncoming traffic…) they will greatly enhance night vision in every weather condition compared to the sometimes poor original lights. They are best when used in conjunction with the “low” beam (not legal in every country, please check!!). Additionally, when switched on during the day, these lights will make you more visible in traffic; a huge gain in passive safety.
The Micro-Flooter light has a compact square shaped black metal body. Our tests showed that its high tech projector technique (uses a 55 watt H3 bulb) produces a powerful light despite the smaller than most size. It produces a soft-light transition at the edge of the light beam, and illuminates the road sides almost like a cornering light (helps to avoid wildlife jumping out of bushes at night).
In addition to the model specific Micro Flooters listed below, we also offer two kits that can fit many models:
• For the Micro Flooter kit that attaches to any 22mm - 24mm (7/8" - 1") Crash bar, please click Here
• For the Micro Flooter kit that attaches to the cylinder heads of many R models, please click Here
If your GS or R is already fitted with one of our protection bars, these kits may be of interest.
• If you have an R1100 GS or R1150 GS or R1150 R with Wunderlich engine bars, click Here for a Micro Flooter set designed to attach to them.
• If you have an R1200 GS with the Hepco & Becker upper tank bar installed, please click Here for a Micro Flooter set designed to attach to them.
Otherwise, please find your model below to see the Micro Flooters available for your bike. If you see your bike listed more than once, then we have more than one version.
This item fits the following BMW bike models:
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|Parts are well made. Read the instructions first; you have to pull off the front wheel and tank to install. I had assumed that it would just mount on my existing frame savers as mentioned. Next time I\'ll read the installation instructions before blindly purchasing for two & a half bills. I was dissappointed that the relay supplied was the wrong model and even more dissappointed that my e-mail to Wunderlichamerica went unanswered. Fit and finish typical of Wunderlich but I probably wouldn\'t go through the effort again. Very dissappointed with lack of a response.|
|A Nice Kit For The Money. The best part is it\'s bike spacific and on an R11S it has to be, no room for anything additional. The mounting bracket,wiring harness,switch...even the directions, all top shelf. The unit gives off a surprising amount of light in a very usable pattern. Very useful at near to mid range as supplemental lighting and it really kicks ass entering driveways and on uneven surfaces (and all those places your headlight misses)since the light goes where you point the handle bars|
|Instructions were vague and unclear at best. Maybe if i had a boxer engine, the pictures, wire colors and descriptions would have matched. One light quit working within 3 hours of installation. I wish I had bought original BMW, for the dollars I spent.|
|Kit looks great and the lights certainly make the bike more noticable to other drivers. A couple of comments: I'm not sure why these lights are not shipped pre-assembled. It can't be a question of compactness as the box they arrived in was certainly large enough to accomodate them. It seems the installer is presented with an unnecessary extra job to do. Also, I think the 'relay activation wiring' should go to a circuit that functions only once the engine is running and not to the 'parking light circuit'. (otherwise the rider needs to be very disciplined about turning lights off prior to stopping the engine)|
|I installed these on my 1994 k1100 RS and have been most impressed with their capacity to provide extra light spread. The instructions were excellent and easy to follow. I have them wired in to the High beam and on a recent night trip to the Twelve Apostles they provided great vision to the side especially.|
|These lights have been aimed out toward the bush to allow easier spotting of kangaroos which have the habit of jumping out in front of you. The light intensity is excellent, relatively easy to fit and look OK.|
|A good solid set of lights at a good price. A little fiddly putting the actual light assembly together, but the wiring is pretty straight forward. Be careful of the provided plastic wire clamp connector. Don't spread too wide, It will break very easily. Also be aware that if you have Wunderlich Part # 8110422 (headlight guard) installed on your f800gs you will have to cut the mounting brackets for the lights to allow for the mounting bracket of the protector to fit down into the light bracket. It doesn't weaken the light bracket too much if you do it carefully. I've ridden some gnarly logging roads with the installation and its all good. Excellent side illumination for those pesky brain dead deer....and I've noticed how fewer people are pulling out of parking lots right in front of me.|
|Seemingly complex to assemble and install, but actually fairly simple. The wiring harness fit nicely on my R1200R. Have not driven much at night, but in tunnels they make a big difference. And they are certainly visible to on coming traffic.|
|Folks, have bought and fitted the lights. They look and perform great, but, on my first big trip with them (the 2011 Australian BMW Safari) I noticed that you can’t run your hand grip warmers and these lights at the same time. You finish up draining your battery completely because the alternator can’t cope with the output. A suggestion from a Safari mate is to fit a Xeon headlamp to reduce total power output (they use 2/3 less power than the standard bulb). So keep this in mind.|
|These are more affordable than most light of this calliber. Im still trying to get them adjusted right after about a month so I cant say to much about the brightnes. The were a little hard to put together with the little screws and washers in a most difficult to get to places. After I put a piece of duct tape on the back to hold them in and Gorilla glue on the washers, it was much easier to assemble. The wireing harness was not long enough for my application, even with the extention included. I put them on the creash bars right in front of the cilinder head as shown in the instructions and had to fabricate an extention 1and 1/2 feet to make it work. With all that being said I think they are nice lights and definately makes the bike more visable.|
|My biking friends told me the the headlight on my K-1200RS wasn't really making me easy to see in the day time. I took their advice and purchased the footer set. They make a very very bright light and make the bike 100% more visible in the day. I haven't ridden with them at night. They look fine. I had them installed at a BMW shop.|
|(BMW R1200 GSA 2009) The build quality, design, and installation of the Micro-Flooter Zyclop is excellent. I particularly like the fact of interfacing the control switch with my BMW factory auxiliary power outlet accessory, which in turn turns off the unit with the CAN-BUS in about 60sec to impede draining the battery. If desired, on could interface with the parking lamp connection, thus providing the option to power the unit with the parking lamp be holding the right turn signal within 60sec of turning off the ignition. The only complaint I have is that the H3 bulb was a “made in China” no-name brand, which failed during my first trip. My wife, who has been a BMW 5 Series owner for many years (including the present), definitely had something to say about that, and insisted I write Wunderlich regarding the supplied sub-standard H3 bulb. I promptly replaced the H3 bulb with a Sylvania Halogen H3 (which is made in Germany). I hope and expect Wunderlich in the immediate or near future to ensure their products are equipped with quality part that meets the high expectations of us BMW Motorrad folks.|
|Wow! what a difference these lights make! Installation took me about 4 hours at a leisurely pace. I agree with another review here the grounding location depicted in the instructions is not the best. I too ran a lead straight to the neg battery terminal. and corrected the situation. Took a test ride last night, and they will really light up the road. Plan on commuting on my bike to and from work on the second shift. Since I live out in the country I am "concerned" about having any animals jumping out and ruining my day. These will help!|
|Great light for visibility to others as well as night driving. Installation took longer than I assumed but was finished in 5 hours. Printed instructions (pictures) not of sufficient quality but got the job done. Would do it again in a heart beat just for safety benefits.|
|The lights are a good addition. They will serve two functions: visibility in daylight and peripheral light at night. HOWEVER, the instructions regarding where to tap into the bike's electrical system are very unsatisfactory. The photo showing where the accessory outlet is located is not up-to-date and does not accurately identify the color coded wires in which you must tap. I lost two full days trying to locate the wires referring too often to the instruction sheet trying to tap into wiring on a 2011 R1200RT. If you buy the lights and install them on 2011 RT order BMW repair plug 83 30 0 413 585 for the GPS and tap into it for the accessory pole on the Wunderlich light switch. Otherwise, the lights are a fine addition to my bike.|
|I'm very happy with these lights. They're bright enough to stand out, but not so bright that they bother other drivers. They look good on the bike as well.|
|Overall I am happy, the lights work well and are positioned well providing good side lighting and giving you a good presence to on coming traffic. I have not been flashed running these lights by any on coming traffic. Install issues: 1) Clips that went onto the oil cooler plastic cover were not long enough to line up with the holes so I just set them on top of the plastic piece and tightened them, this worked fine. 2) The ground wire connection at the bottom of the radio box was intermittent and not a good ground for me, I ended up just running the ground wire directly to the neg side of the battery.|