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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-28-2014, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
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HID question

Didn't really know where to put this.

My CBR came with projectors and the low beam went out (melted is more like it)

I ordered the H7 bulb and it doesn't fit. It doesn't even look the same.

Anyone know what bulb this is?



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You can bog replace an HID Bulb with an H7 it won't fit or work what you need to do is order an HID bulb from Oliver www.xenonexpert.com he is a member , site vendor send a pm to xenonexpert tell him Moe said you would hook me with a replacement Hid Bilbao he will hook you up

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I ordered the H7 HID bulb from DDM tuning. It is too big to fit the projector and looks nothing like this bulb.

I did send a message to Xenon Expert. Hopefully he can help me out.

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The H7 is OEM set up and you do not have the OEM headlight plugs due to switching to HID set up so got to order an HID. bulb just make sure to tell Oliver you need it for an RR so he can get you the right replacement



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Looks like an h1 bulb but it's a little hard to tell from the pic

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post #8 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-09-2014, 11:55 AM
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Looks like a bulb without a base...Did it come attached with some kind of adaptor?


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Looks like this.
http://eshop.ktautopart.com/kt-mc-123.html




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I concur. BKmoto (borka is his username here) also sells spare bulbs

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