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Old 09-21-12, 10:35   #11
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One, I have a HID kit in there (55w 6k DDM). Two, that giant dark hole in the middle is normal? allaussiegrown's beam is very different from mine - his/her's looks normal, lighting the road ahead of him. Mine is more like:

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Old 09-21-12, 10:56   #12
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Mine looks more like the Punisher
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I have stock and have the high beams on at night. They are okay with high beams up but not too high.. but it looks like yours are still pointing at the ground?
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my HID's are very high. Its the only way to get these lights to work correctly. So you blind some cagers, at least then they know your there.
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my HID's are very high. Its the only way to get these lights to work correctly. So you blind some cagers, at least then they know your there.
Good way to have them target fixated towards you

And, yes, OP, your pattern is ridiculously ****ed up, try to adjust your lights or have someone do it, I don't even know how you even considered riding this way -_-
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Agreed, mine are stock and i light up way more road than the OP's pictures

So what are we all going to take pictures of our light patterns now to see what symbol they remind you of?
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Old 11-28-12, 01:54   #17
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Sorry to dig up the old thread, but I retrofitted the Morimoto H1 projector in my headlight. WOW! What a difference! :D



Just thought I'd share. I followed the directions found here:
http://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...light=morimoto
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Old 11-30-12, 23:25   #18
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My HIDS from DDMTuning work perfectly over 18,000 miles on them and going
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