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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-02-2009, 09:30 AM
 
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Post some pics when you will complete the modification.
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post #12 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-05-2010, 01:35 PM
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Changing the front head light

If you forget to periodically check your headlights, there's a fleet of black-and-white cruisers who will gladly do it for you. Unfortunately they charge quite a bit, and that's if you don't have to show up in court with a picture of your Buy China car with both lights on to prove that you fixed it. So go ahead and take a peak at the front of your car. If you're lazy you can wait until you're behind a big trailer and check them from your driver's seat.
If you have a bulb out, you can pay the guy at the oil change shop four times the price of a new bulb, and he'll take care of it. But that's not you! You do things yourself, so go ahead and make it happen!

This procedure covers most halogen headlight systems with bulbs loaded into the back of the lens. If your car has sealed beam headlights, this won't help.


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I say go for it, ive recently turn my bike into the FZ6-N version and am very happy with the look of it, i ordered an aftermarket headlight assembly from ebay, installed some bar end mirrors, made a bracket to relocate the speedo assembly, and painted everything that was silver to the matte black finish to match the rest of the bike.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrerFktZ13U
Such a very amazing link!
Thanks you for the post.


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I say go for it, ive recently turn my bike into the FZ6-N version and am very happy with the look of it, i ordered an aftermarket headlight assembly from ebay, installed some bar end mirrors, made a bracket to relocate the speedo assembly, and painted everything that was silver to the matte black finish to match the rest of the bike.

Wonderful, you have done a great work, after changing the head light your stuff is looking awesome, really now your stuff looking great, I like it very much, thanks for sharing a pic and vid with us.


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Thanks for all the comments, here is an updated pic of it
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Nice post.
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nice pic !

thanx for update and pics ... I need to move somewhere like that ! but u proly shovel alot of snow in winter ... I ain't used to that ...lotsa heart attacks happen from that ...
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If you forget to periodically check your hid headlights, there's a fleet of black-and-white cruisers who will gladly do it for you. Unfortunately they charge quite a bit, and that's if you don't have to show up in court with a picture of your car with both lights on to prove that you fixed it. So go ahead and take a peak at the front of your car. If you're lazy you can wait until you're behind a big trailer and check them from your driver's seat.
If you have a bulb out, you can pay the guy at the oil change shop four times the price of a new bulb, and he'll take care of it. But that's not you! You do things yourself, so go ahead and make it happen!

This procedure covers most halogen headlight systems with bulbs loaded into the back of the lens. If your car has sealed beam headlights, this won't help.
That sounds it is pretty to replace the bulb yourself,but we need tutorial video in order to do it ourself right?

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