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This is a discussion on dual headlights mod within the Z1K/Z750 Group Buys forums, part of the Kawasaki Z1000, Ninja 1000, Z800, Z750 & Z-750S category; Everything works fine now...Also installed the PIAA extreeme white H7 bulbs. Both are a great improvement....

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    Everything works fine now...Also installed the PIAA extreeme white H7 bulbs. Both are a great improvement.

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    I dont have to worry with this anymore as I only have 1 headlight.... I put in a CoolBlue bulb. Should look real good when I get to ride it...
    “Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.” ~ Dr. Seuss

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    Quote Originally Posted by ORANGE-APPEAL
    I dont have to worry with this anymore as I only have 1 headlight.... I put in a CoolBlue bulb. Should look real good when I get to ride it...

    OA,

    Is CoolBlue a brand name? The PIAA actually looks a little blue as well. The bulb has a blue tip. Lights up the road kind of like the late model cars with the HID lighting...

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    The CoolBlue is the name/type of bulb, its made by Philips. This one uses a H4 bulb in it. 55/60 watt. And yes this says it looks like the HID lights.
    “Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.” ~ Dr. Seuss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fulleke
    none of the above... and a, but i need to explain it again, i'm afraid...
    lowbeam always burns at 100%, high beam burns at 40% with the mod.
    high beam switch activated means high beam at 100%, while low beam still burns at 100%
    having a brighter bulb probably means that high beam burns at 30 or 35% instead of 40% (you can set this with a litte screw in the module)
    capice?

    Fulleke,

    I saw that little screw. Which way to turn for more intensity? (clockwise?) Instructions at least in English I got did not specify. I did also add the PIAA extreeme white H7 bulbs, and yes the High beam does seem to be at only around 30%. I would like it a little brighter...

    Thanks for your help...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich_earth
    Fulleke,

    I saw that little screw. Which way to turn for more intensity? (clockwise?) Instructions at least in English I got did not specify. I did also add the PIAA extreeme white H7 bulbs, and yes the High beam does seem to be at only around 30%. I would like it a little brighter...

    Thanks for your help...
    well, a little late maybe, but clockwise decreases...
    both lights, instead of one?
    look here: http://veiligmotorrijden.pageprocess...rubriekId=1816

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    Thanks,

    Yes I figured it out. It works great. On your new radiator cover what brand is it? Looks nice. Does that slider mount to the frame like all the others?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich_earth
    Thanks,

    Yes I figured it out. It works great. On your new radiator cover what brand is it? Looks nice. Does that slider mount to the frame like all the others?
    look here... http://www.freestreetdesign.com/cata...bf4900bd2e9a18

    it mounts on the screws of the radiator, i had to remove my stainless steel covers first...
    both lights, instead of one?
    look here: http://veiligmotorrijden.pageprocess...rubriekId=1816

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    Not trying to bring an old thread back to life but I just ordered one. Can't wait to get it.

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    The Mod works great. At the same time I installed some PIAA extreme H7 blue tip bulbs...

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    Hey everyone... I know im bringing this thread back alive...

    New to the forums here, but not new to forums in general and have been lurking for a while...

    Just wondering if these guys are still around?

    I was thinking of ordering some, but dont want to place an order if they are out and no longer doing anything... i see the website is still up and running etc etc... but there is no contact information on the site to email them to find out if they are still alive or not

    Thanks in advance

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