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post #21 of 32 Old 10-17-12, 07:54
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im just saying it looked like it was a low/hi kit, mayb it isnt?

but if it was connection low to low would have 2 connections so both projectors are on when the bike is on, then having the high to high would be the same and flipping the high switch looked like it would have sent a signal through your harness to adjust the projectors or something to cause a high beam signal


i know a single set of low beam HIDs are bright enough but it just feels like your using 2/3 of what that kit is capable of with this set up

I'd also check how legal that red light up front is just in case...
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post #22 of 32 Old 10-17-12, 16:13
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yeah if this is a high lo kit, there should be a wire not being used that when the high beam is activated it would turn on the electromagnets that pull reflectors back and the back of the globes...

Maybe investigate it and if you want to use it. Wire in another switch.

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ok finally got the pix so everyone can see. an i did my assembly without putting it in the oven. here are the results.

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these are the 2 low beams thats 55w

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post #24 of 32 Old 10-29-12, 13:20
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post #25 of 32 Old 10-30-12, 02:07
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What kit did you order? I am planning on doing this and don't know what size to get for the 675. It was a relatively difficult project on my 600rr but it was bike specific so I knew it would work.
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What kit did you order? I am planning on doing this and don't know what size to get for the 675. It was a relatively difficult project on my 600rr but it was bike specific so I knew it would work.
i bought one of the ones off of ebay i went off of what they said would work for my bike i emailed them first to make sure.. this came from china it is actually a pain in the ass to install to be honest i will never try this one again i did it while changing the my housing to a different color.

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i hope this helps let me know if you have an other question.
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sry to revive this thread but i didnt want to make a new one... i have bought the same kit you have with the same stuff the hid,halo,and demon eye but mine has 2 sets of led for "eye brows" i didnt take the bike apart yet but i looked at the kit and it looks a little confusing. whats weird about my kit is that it has a switch, and yours didnt come with one. i wasnt sure what is was for... i will post pics in a little bit. how did you paint the inside without putting it in the oven? and what kind of spray paint did you use?
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i want to be able to switch the deamon eye on and off, the leds to be on all the time and halos to be on at all times.


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Re: need f*%king help with headlights

Run Sep wires to a switch and you can

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post #30 of 32 Old 03-19-13, 22:23
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how would i do that?
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