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Quick headlamp help

I just had my high beam light go out. Does anyone know the part number and if I can get a replacement at auto zone or if I will have to order one?

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H 7 35 watts headlight bulb
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retrofit with projectors lol
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H7. Go with hids from ddmtuning. U won't regret it

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Buy a top notch kit (Volt ) you will be better off xenon expert (Oliver) will take care of you and your headlights won't have that haze





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is the low beam the same guys? and does anyone know a really light/white aftermarket bulb? i dont want to get HID's
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is the low beam the same guys? and does anyone know a really light/white aftermarket bulb? i dont want to get HID's
Both beams take the same bulb if you go for aftermarket light bulbs make sure that are 35 W and not higher in case they got too hot they won't damage the head light housing or the head light harness seen it happen





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+1 ddmtuning.com. I live in san diego, CA where they are located and I just went there after class the other day and they were super nice and very helpful. I was very impressed with the quality and the compactness of their balists. Good stuff at a great price and for the holiday s some of there kits are discounted. .
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Both beams take the same bulb if you go for aftermarket light bulbs make sure that are 35 W and not higher in case they got too hot they won't damage the head light housing or the head light harness seen it happen
Sorry Moe, I agree with alot of your posts. But this one I just cant. I run 55w 5000k and I have no hazing, and they are from ddmtuning. Also, been running them for over 3 years, and never had a problem. So I am sure that some people have problems, but just because its 55w doesnt guarentee they will have problems. I dont like the generalizations. Be realistic buddy.

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Sorry Moe, I agree with alot of your posts. But this one I just cant. I run 55w 5000k and I have no hazing, and they are from ddmtuning. Also, been running them for over 3 years, and never had a problem. So I am sure that some people have problems, but just because its 55w doesnt guarentee they will have problems. I dont like the generalizations. Be realistic buddy.
You know lets agree to disagree every one is entitled to their opinion you might be one of the very very few that did not have issues with Hazing that does not mean the DDM kit is the best .

As far as I am concerned the Volt kit (Sincalrider) did a comparison thread check it out if you wish & I got the Extreme kit and have not looked back since you keep using what suits you it's your bike your money hopefully time might make a believer out of you like the rest of us





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I have 35w Volt HID kit and I have noticed the headlight haze build up on my low beam headlight. Is this easy to remove or is the headlight permanently damaged?
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Where can you get the Volt kit from. Would a projector retrofit from Borka be a more suitable lighting solution compared to HID's alone. I always thought the light patterns are not as focused without the projector and the HID pattern can possibly blind other drivers.
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i would get a projector kit if your goin to get hid kits looks better and it doesnt blind anyone
if your goin to buy a hid kit for over a hundo ill just order the borka kit for a hundo more
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