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Old 10-22-2008, 01:57 PM   #1
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Headlamp Adjustment

Where can I go to get my headlamp adjusted?
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back of your housing there is a phillips bolt that you turn.
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correct... two for each headlight; four if a gsxr or another split light bike.

Measure the beam coming out of the bike at the headlight, then put the beam against a wall about 20 feet away and mark w the same height. Adjust w someone your weight sitting on the bike, otherwise you'll blind other riders at night.
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I have a 2002 SV650 that needs adjustment...badly. My wifey can't see chit at night on the cycle. I've tried but have been unsuccessful.
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So I can assume the SV650 has 4 (Four) screws and not just 2 (two)...
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if it's the S model then yes
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Dont know where you're located, but I work at BMW at 1960/i45 from about 730-5 mon-fri. If I know you're coming, you're welcome to stop by. I'll show you how to do it and you'll be set.
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