Moto Guzzi LED Headlight Upgrade

(2 customer reviews)


The ultimate lighting upgrade for your Moto Guzzi. Simple to install and completely plug and play.

Known Compatibility:

  • 2008-2016 V7 & V7II (all)
  • 2016+ V7III requires new Headlight Brackets
  • 2007-2013 Bellagio (all)
  • 2005-2020 Griso (all)
  • 2003-2009 Breva 750 (all)

DOT and ECE Approved (symmetrical pattern) • MADE IN USA

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Moto Guzzi LED Headlight Upgrade by Motodemic

Upgrade the lighting performance of your Moto Guzzi V7 / V7II (Cafe, Racer, Special, and Stone), V7III requires new Headlight Brackets, Bellagio, Griso, or Breva 750 with the Motodemic LED Headlight Upgrade. This drop-in upgrade installs into your factory headlight brackets in less than 15 minutes. We’ve designed everything to be simple to install and completely plug and play. No cutting, splicing, or guesswork. 100% reversible and will not void your warranty.

In order to be a simple upgrade, we use our Low Profile Headlight Housing that has been refined to seamlessly fit into the stock headlight brackets. This pre-assembled metal headlight housing has been finished in a sleek semi-matte black finish that resists fingerprints and is durable to last. With the outer ring available in matching Black or Chrome. Also, the Headlight housing and ring are metal, not plastic like the OEM headlight. You have the option of either the Evo S or Adaptive premium LED units that are also made in the US.

Known Compatibility:

  • 2008-2016 V7 & V7II (all)
  • 2016+ V7III requires new Headlight Brackets
  • 2007-2013 Bellagio (all)
  • 2005-2020 Griso (all)
  • 2003-2009 Breva 750 (all)

What’s Included:

  • Metal Headlight Housing (pre-assembled)
  • Choice of Headlight (Adaptive LED or Standard LED)

Headlight Options

Both of our LED headlamp options are made in the US by JW Speaker, one of the leading lighting manufacturers in the world and backed by a 5-year warranty. DOT and ECE Approved for all directions of traffic (symmetrical pattern).

Adaptive LED
The Adaptive 2, our most advanced LED Headlight. Designed by JW Speaker to specifically increase your nighttime safety and comfort. Onboard intelligence senses the lean angle while cornering to dynamically fill the dark inside corner (see photo). Similar to our Evo S, this Adaptive headlight produces clean, clear, LED lighting like what is found in some of the most advanced automotive headlights on the market today. Available in a Black or Chrome Inner Bezel

The new STANDARD. Our Evo S LED features the super wide and smooth beam pattern low beam optics from the highly praised Adaptive LED, with a little extra output done by using the latest in LED tech. Ride into the darkest backroads with a high beam package that puts out an amazing amount of throw in combination with the low beam due to them both staying on. This combination creates the best of both worlds to keep you riding with plenty of light at high speed, never out ride your light again. We finished the design off with a large, very bright, diffused front position optic to greatly increase your visibility to others on the road at all times. Available in a Black or Graphite Inner Bezel.

LED Specs:

  • Made in USA
  • DOT and ECE Approved for all directions of traffic (symmetrical pattern)
  • Color Temperature: 5000K (daylight)
  • Lens Type: Polycarbonate
  • Power Draw: 24 watts on low 36 watts on high
  • Connection Type: H4
  • 5-year Warranty
  • 40,000 Hour LED Lifespan Rating

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 9 × 7 in

2 reviews for Moto Guzzi LED Headlight Upgrade

  1. Mark (verified owner)

    Having had dual headlights on my last few bikes I was a little disappointed with the output on the V7ii, even after adding a PIAA lamp. I looked for LED upgrades but they had mixed reviews or fitment problems. None were model-specific and plug-and-play like the Motodemic unit. After a few emails back and forth with Brad, the non-adaptive unit was sent to me and I couldn’t be happier. Yes, it is an expensive upgrade, but quality necessarily is. Being able to see antlered beasts way ahead on the roadsides that I couldn’t see with the previous halogen setup: priceless. Not having to worry about my one and only low beam blowing out at NIGHT, which is the ONLY time that will happen, at least to me, forcing me to finish the ride with the high beam on and oncoming drivers flashing me is another huge plus for me. An additional huge benefit is the reduced running wattage which saves me a load of sparse watts that I’d rather apply to my heated gear! My bike is now 100% LED stem to stern.

  2. P & J Postolaki (verified owner)

    My wife gave me a non-adaptive LED headlight for my 2014 Moto Guzzi Griso 8V as a birthday present, so I thought I would leave a quick note about the installation since the light didn’t come with instructions. At first glance, one might be tempted to think, “no instructions?!? Motodemic said it’s plug and play for a bunch of different Guzzis, so just connect it, slide it into place, and screw it down… duh.” Well, it turns out it isn’t quite as simple on a Griso. The spacing for the Moto Guzzi Griso’s headlight mounts are about 1.5mm smaller than the new headlight diameter, so the upgrade light doesn’t quite “slide into place.” The old headlight is actually held by a two-piece cage or “basket,” that allows for the gauge cluster to also bolt up. You’ll need to use a long T-handle 5mm Allen wrench to reach the top hex head bolt near the cluster and a standard 90 deg. 5mm Allen wrench to access the lower hex bolt behind where the front brake lines attach. Even after you do that, the mounting cage won’t budge, so you’ll need to give each inner side a couple of raps with a rubber mallet “persuader” to get it to separate at the center parting line. A couple of tugs and a few more raps (not too hard) and the cage will eventually spread enough to allow the new light to slide into place. Once you’ve done that you are good-to-go. The rest of the installation is just a matter of clipping in the harness connector, slipping it into place, and then tightening everything back up again. Oh yeah, as for the light… awesome! Much, much better than the old 5 candle-power nightlight that was on there from the factory. Nice work to Motodemic, even if there were a few more steps involved.

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