Are aftermarket LED Headlights bad for 2016 Harley s?

I turned my 2016 Iron 883 into the dealership for my first tune up and the guy asked if I had done any work to it. I said yes I installed some lights.

I installed an aftermarket LED headlight and 2 Auxbeam LED flood lights. He said that I shouldn't have done that because I can fry out the ECU. And if it does,

I turned my 2016 Iron 883 into the dealership for my first tune up and the guy asked if I had done any work to it. I said yes I installed some lights.

I installed an aftermarket LED headlight and 2 Auxbeam LED flood lights. He said that I shouldn't have done that because I can fry out the ECU. And if it does, the warranty will not cover it. Is he just trying to scare me into buying Harley brand products or ishe just BSing me?

Other answer:

Nathan Duquilla:
If you installed them correctly, no. Your Sporty probably came with incandescent bulb headlight, maybe LED marker lights/blinkers. Going to an LED actually reduces the load on the electrical system.

While the part about voiding the warranty if you install the lights incorrectly may be true, the mere fact that you added aftermarket anything to the bike doesn't void the warranty.

The dealer wants you to buy the $500 Daymaker kit is all, and then pay them to install it for you.

Nightworks:
I know many H-D dealerships who will tell you that fitting ANY aftermarket parts to a Harley, will damage something on your bike. It's almost as if they would rather you bought the "genuine" (and far more expensive) Harley parts instead. Can't think why…
Penelope:
What is attached to the Electrical System does not matter as long as the draw is within the amp's of the circuit breaker.
Marshall:
What is attached to the Electrical System does not matter as long as the draw is within the amp's of the circuit breaker.
Hughes:
What is attached to the Electrical System does not matter as long as the draw is within the amp's of the circuit breaker.
PRINCE OF DARKNESS:
Get original Harley Davidson™ Day Makers™…!
Michael:
What is attached to the Electrical System does not matter as long as the draw is within the amp's of the circuit breaker.
Steven:
What is attached to the Electrical System does not matter as long as the draw is within the amp's of the circuit breaker.
Exoplanet:
You have obviously done no research whatsoever concerning the controller area network (can bus) systems on modern motorcycles and load sensing… which might be a good place to start. Let me help you: The ECU is unlikely to explode, but it can shut down the bike.
Ruth:
What is attached to the Electrical System does not matter as long as the draw is within the amp's of the circuit breaker.