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Old 06-19-2012, 12:03 AM   #1
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i was wondering, do they have h7 bi xenon HID's for the cbr600rr? cause i can only find the standard low beam but i also want high beam just in case. send me a pm of link or so if available
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Bixenon is for dual filament bulbs like H4. H7 is a single filament bulb. I just installed bi-xenon H4s on my C14.

I don't install HID in single filament high beams because HID take a few seconds to "warm up" and to build up the light intensity. High beams are not ON all the time and are often turned ON only momentarily. HID won't brighten up fast enough to work well as high beam. Some people do do it though. It's up to you.

There are bi-xenon projector kits that you can buy and install into any headlight assembly. But those usually require you to remove the clear lens on the headlight assembly in order to install. It is not for the faint of heart.

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Bixenon is for dual filament bulbs like H4. H7 is a single filament bulb. I just installed bi-xenon H4s on my C14.

I don't install HID in single filament high beams because HID take a few seconds to "warm up" and to build up the light intensity. High beams are not ON all the time and are often turned ON only momentarily. HID won't brighten up fast enough to work well as high beam. Some people do do it though. It's up to you.

There are bi-xenon projector kits that you can buy and install into any headlight assembly. But those usually require you to remove the clear lens on the headlight assembly in order to install. It is not for the faint of heart.
touche, guess i will just stick with low beam hid's thanks for your inputs
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