just got done with this install in my '16 HA. can confirm fit, no problem. it does need the anti-flicker modules.
in addition to the lamps (thanks scott!!) i used these:
anti-flicker harness: Amazon.com: Putco 760011AF Anti-Flicker Harness - Pair (H11): Automotive
plastic rivets: http://www.amazon.com/Needa-Parts-46.../dp/B00KJBHXDC
(these are exactly like the ones used in the tail lights, meaning they are re-usable so you won't have to cut again if you need to get in there)
first, i raised the beast to OR2 and cranked the wheels right, as i was doing the driver's side first. i did not choose to jack it up, you really don't need to. then i measured the output on the wall:
removed the 10mm bolt, cut the two plastic rivets, removed the plastic access door, folded felt back behind the wheel.
i then spent 20-30 minutes trying to get the stock lamp OUT of the housing. as james & others have said, there are four plastic things holding it in place that you have to bend away from the slot in the housing to remove it. i didn't want to break them so was trying to do it gently. if i could have fit a third hand in there, probably would have been easier, but holding the light with one hand and trying to manipulate a screwdriver with the other was a b!tch. eventually i gave up just prying the plastic out of the way and started bending the housing slots enough to remove it. so yeah, i won't be re-using them, but meh. it was the only way i was getting them out. this is by far the biggest PITA for this mod. the rest is cake. new lamp pushed right onto the clips. started up the beast to measure and align. didn't take much before i had this:
as you can see, huge difference. repeat for the other side and then i have this:
w00t! then i zip-tied the modules to some existing wiring (sorry for the weird rotation in the pics, was hard to get in there).
passenger side has a couple more existing wires to tie to:
driver's side, just tied to the headlamp harness:
loving this. such a huge difference and what it should have been to begin with. thanks to all for leading the way on this one, well worth it.