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post #11 of 19 Old 11-28-2012, 06:30 PM
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Those are the sweetest headlights I've ever seen!!!


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Someone on the forum actually did it and posted progress like a how to.

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Both my lights are on at all times. Both are low, I turn on the highbeam and both become high. They are projectors. On an 07 there is np difference in the left or right side, its just how they are aimed. You never said what year bike? It will be hard to make both low and high with a factory single filement bulb. You will need a dual a 9007 or what ever will work. Splice into the lowbeam for each light and then the same with the high

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Both my lights are on at all times. Both are low, I turn on the highbeam and both become high. They are projectors. On an 07 there is np difference in the left or right side, its just how they are aimed. You never said what year bike? It will be hard to make both low and high with a factory single filement bulb. You will need a dual a 9007 or what ever will work. Splice into the lowbeam for each light and then the same with the high

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Excellent, some great feedback and I will explore the options.
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Both my lights are on at all times. Both are low, I turn on the highbeam and both become high. They are projectors. On an 07 there is np difference in the left or right side, its just how they are aimed. You never said what year bike? It will be hard to make both low and high with a factory single filement bulb. You will need a dual a 9007 or what ever will work. Splice into the lowbeam for each light and then the same with the high

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Hi - I fitted one of these to my CBF1000:

***Michi-Motorsport*** - Doppellicht für fast alle Bikes 50€

It works perfectly - no power resistor that generates heat, no relay with moving parts, waterproof....and the voltage fed to the high beam lamp kan be adjusted very precisely with a small screwdriver.

The text is in German; let me know if you need help translating.

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