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Old 04-18-2006, 05:48 PM   #1
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alright guys, i need help

i need to find a kit for a 06 CBR600RR that lets me use both headlights when the low-beams are on.

i know they exist, ive seen them before. anyone know where i can find one?
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You can do it yourself... get a new bulb for the left side. Needs to have both high and lowbeam like the right. The left bulb only has the filament for the high beam. And then go to autozone and get the connector in the "Help" branded section and tap the wires into the ones on the right side light.
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You can do it yourself... get a new bulb for the left side. Needs to have both high and lowbeam like the right. The left bulb only has the filament for the high beam. And then go to autozone and get the connector in the "Help" branded section and tap the wires into the ones on the right side light.

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Uuum, they're both H7 single filament bulbs.... just run with them on high beam.


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Thanks Patrick, I assumed that they were like the Suzuki's
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Uuum, they're both H7 single filament bulbs.... just run with them on high beam.


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the whole point is that he doesnt wanna blind people, but he wants people to stop flashing their lights at him b/c they think he has a light out.
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the whole point is that he doesnt wanna blind people, but he wants people to stop flashing their lights at him b/c they think he has a light out.

I'd be happy, at least he knows they see him. I don't mind people flashing me at all.
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At night sometimes I ride with my brights on towhere other cars can see me
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Lower the high beam aiming point then.

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Lower the high beam aiming point then.

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and when he wants to use his brights?
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Tell him to buy a Kawi or Suzuki then! :laughing6


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I know this place has a conversion kit for the R1 and R6 and Gsxr's. Maybe you can contact them and see if they have one in the works for the CBR's
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I case you are unaware there is a safety factor behind why the lights are that way. Figure it out.
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no filter and open headers can and most likely will damage the motor.


the filter is there for just that reason, to FILTER all the dirt and from the air and prevent it from getting into the motor. open headers have almost zero back pressure and can cause damage to your valvetrain. plus, if you do either, the bike will probably run like .

i wouldnt do either if i were you.
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