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You said earlier that the bulb case was starting to melt. What is the deal with that?
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You said earlier that the bulb case was starting to melt. What is the deal with that?

the protective cover that the bulb is shipped in does not stay on when installed.
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You said earlier that the bulb case was starting to melt. What is the deal with that?

the protective cover that the bulb is shipped in does not stay on when installed.
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The bulb case is a protective case ie its only used while the bulbs are being shipped but once installed the protective plastic cases are removed & not used



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The bulb case is a protective case ie its only used while the bulbs are being shipped but once installed the protective plastic cases are removed & not used



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Moe. The pics are on photobucket, and I'll monitor my bandwidth limit to keep the thread alive. Iím probably going to get a photobucket pro version with unlimited bandwidth soon any way.

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grats on the sticky

so much info in this thread its oozing!
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Simply awesome man great help to all the RR owners actually
regardless of what RR you ride the install is almost universal
except picking a spot for the Ballasts :icon_lol:



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wow! awesome writeup man! So clear and easy to follow. Want to get some of these lights too! I bet xenon expert will be inundated in the following weeks.
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wow! awesome writeup man! So clear and easy to follow. Want to get some of these lights too! I bet xenon expert will be inundated in the following weeks.
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Very Very SWEEEEEEET write up THANKS aLOT
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Wow, makes me wish I got these HIDs instead of the fat ballasts that I have right now (still haven't installed yet). I threw out my back and now I can't do crap (not even ride). So....the injustice of it all...

GREAT POST though. I'm going to use this thread/sticky as my guide to installing my XENONRIDER kit. Thanks Dragoljub!

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Wow, makes me wish I got these HIDs instead of the fat ballasts that I have right now (still haven't installed yet). I threw out my back and now I can't do crap (not even ride). So....the injustice of it all...

GREAT POST though. I'm going to use this thread/sticky as my guide to installing my XENONRIDER kit. Thanks Dragoljub!

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Wow.. I really appriciated so much when someone put step by steps photos/times... picture=1000 words, thank you so much dragol Bro.:icon_lol:

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Wow.. I really appriciated so much when someone put step by steps photos/times... picture=1000 words, thank you so much dragol Bro.:icon_lol:

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Thanks for all the positive comments guys! I guess I'll take a few moments to introduce my self. My full name is Dragoljub Drmanac (Serbian) but I have always gone by my nick name Gagi (what I sign my posts with), pronounced exactly like it is spelled. Writing it like Goggy might make it easier to pronounce. Long story short, I was born in Serbia, moved to US with family, and now I’m here permanently as US citizen. I am attending grad school at UCSB.

Also if anyone notices any typos or confusing parts throughout the write up let me know so I can fix them.

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Thanks for all the positive comments guys! I guess I'll take a few moments to introduce my self. My full name is Dragoljub Drmanac (Serbian) but I have always gone by my nick name Gagi (what I sign my posts with), pronounced exactly like it is spelled. Writing it like Goggy might make it easier to pronounce. Long story short, I was born in Serbia, moved to US with family, and now I’m here permanently as US citizen. I am attending grad school at UCSB.

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I also pointed the high beam down a bit, but I still want to see in the distance, so yea it looks birghter.
with hids isnt it bright enough to keep both lights level and have enough viewing area?
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I also pointed the high beam down a bit, but I still want to see in the distance, so yea it looks birghter.
with hids isnt it bright enough to keep both lights level and have enough viewing area?
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I'm glad I got my lights from Xenonrider before this post, otherwise I would have probably had to wait for a few weeks for him to restock! Hehe, great write up Gagi, I haven't installed them yet, but I'm certain I will be referencing this post should any problems arrise and for ideas on cable routing etc. Thanks!

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I'm glad I got my lights from Xenonrider before this post, otherwise I would have probably had to wait for a few weeks for him to restock! Hehe, great write up Gagi, I haven't installed them yet, but I'm certain I will be referencing this post should any problems arrise and for ideas on cable routing etc. Thanks!

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This is nice, thinking of getting one. But is the high beam on all the time? If it is, is there a way to wire it up so I can have the option of turning it on/off?

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