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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; Hi there, if you like both headlights to burn, there is a site in the Netherlands, who sells this mod-kit for 59 euro's each (incl.shipping ...

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    Lightbulb dual headlights mod

    Hi there, if you like both headlights to burn, there is a site in the Netherlands, who sells this mod-kit for 59 euro's each (incl.shipping 85 $).
    There will be a 10% discount at an order of 10 pieces, which will also save you the shipping, because at 10 pieces, shipping will be free!) (one order address)
    check at www.veiligmotorrijden.com , there's an english page too.

    the mod works simple: the highbeam burns at 40%, which will look the same as the low-beam. The switch and flash will work normally. There is an english manual
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    both lights, instead of one?
    look here: http://veiligmotorrijden.pageprocess...rubriekId=1816

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    I suppose this states everything works normally including the low / high beam switch?

    De module laat, naast het normale dimlicht, de lamp van het grootlicht branden met een sterkte van 40%. Dat komt overeen met dezelfde lichtsterkte van het dimlicht, zodat beide lampen even sterk branden. Werkt bij o.a de Kawa Z750/Z1000,ZX6R en ZX10R, Yamaha R6, Fazer en TDM, Suzuki SV650S, Bandit, GSX-R1000 (2001) en SRAD750 en Honda CBR600RR en 1000RR (Fireblade) en alle andere motoren met dubbele lamphuizen. De flash schakelaar voor inhalen of de normale grootlichtschakelaar werken normaal, zij "overrulen" op dat moment de schakeling. Daarnaast kun je met het schroeje de lichtsterkte ook op nul zetten, voor bij bijvoorbeeld een keuring. Het setje bestaat uit een blokje van 2x2 cm, en een paar draadjes. Dmv 2 klemmen die je op de bestaande draden van je verlichting klemt krijg je de benodigde spanning, de draad van het groot licht wordt aangesloten op de electronica.
    Inbouwen is een fluitje van een cent!
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    Originally posted by BREAD
    I suppose this states everything works normally including the low / high beam switch?

    De module laat, naast het normale dimlicht, de lamp van het grootlicht branden met een sterkte van 40%. Dat komt overeen met dezelfde lichtsterkte van het dimlicht, zodat beide lampen even sterk branden. Werkt bij o.a de Kawa Z750/Z1000,ZX6R en ZX10R, Yamaha R6, Fazer en TDM, Suzuki SV650S, Bandit, GSX-R1000 (2001) en SRAD750 en Honda CBR600RR en 1000RR (Fireblade) en alle andere motoren met dubbele lamphuizen. De flash schakelaar voor inhalen of de normale grootlichtschakelaar werken normaal, zij "overrulen" op dat moment de schakeling. Daarnaast kun je met het schroeje de lichtsterkte ook op nul zetten, voor bij bijvoorbeeld een keuring. Het setje bestaat uit een blokje van 2x2 cm, en een paar draadjes. Dmv 2 klemmen die je op de bestaande draden van je verlichting klemt krijg je de benodigde spanning, de draad van het groot licht wordt aangesloten op de electronica.
    Inbouwen is een fluitje van een cent!
    Interesse? ga naar "bestellen" , of stel je vragen bij "informatie aanvragen".
    your Dutch is excellent ! Yes, you're right.
    both lights, instead of one?
    look here: http://veiligmotorrijden.pageprocess...rubriekId=1816

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    Well if the two lights work at the same time and you can still turn on the high beam (only one works on low and high ) can you put a high/low beam bulb in both sides ?
    “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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    40% highbeam at night is still more than enough to blind oncoming traffic.

    I will stick with my regular switch and run my high beam all the time during the day.
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    Originally posted by Bora20
    40% highbeam at night is still more than enough to blind oncoming traffic.

    I will stick with my regular switch and run my high beam all the time during the day.
    sure... and blind them with 100% !
    look at the photo, does that look like a blinding high-beam?
    both lights, instead of one?
    look here: http://veiligmotorrijden.pageprocess...rubriekId=1816

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    Originally posted by Fulleke

    sure... and blind them with 100% !
    look at the photo, does that look like a blinding high-beam?
    But only during the day, when they are already blinded by the sun reflecting of all the Harleys chrome
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    Um - this is a group buy, no?

    I'm in.

    Anyone else?

    (sound of dragging, back onto topic :-) )
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    Originally posted by kkealy
    Um - this is a group buy, no?

    I'm in.

    Anyone else?

    (sound of dragging, back onto topic :-) )
    well, that's one

    let's see how much we have in 3 weeks, and then i'll make the final price ok ? (first on vacation)
    both lights, instead of one?
    look here: http://veiligmotorrijden.pageprocess...rubriekId=1816

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    Ok..Let me see if I have this correct:

    1)With this mod you run both lights at 40% on low beam.

    2) When the high beam switch is activated

    a. both lights burn at 100% ?
    b. both lights stay at 40% ?
    c. one light stays at 40% while the other goes to 100%?
    d. none of the above...?

    Also will this mod still work with brighter bulbs like the Piaa extreeme H7 ???

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    Originally posted by rich_earth
    Ok..Let me see if I have this correct:

    1)With this mod you run both lights at 40% on low beam.

    2) When the high beam switch is activated

    a. both lights burn at 100% ?
    b. both lights stay at 40% ?
    c. one light stays at 40% while the other goes to 100%?
    d. none of the above...?

    Also will this mod still work with brighter bulbs like the Piaa extreeme H7 ???
    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)
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    both lights, instead of one?
    look here: http://veiligmotorrijden.pageprocess...rubriekId=1816

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    Sounds good. If this group buy happens count me in....

    What about OA's question. Will a high/low beam bulb work on each side?

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    Originally posted by rich_earth
    Sounds good. If this group buy happens count me in....

    What about OA's question. Will a high/low beam bulb work on each side?
    OA is asking the wrong question, because he doesn't understand the principle:
    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%
    switching the bulbs is useless, because you don't use a low-beam bulb as a high-beam!
    both lights, instead of one?
    look here: http://veiligmotorrijden.pageprocess...rubriekId=1816

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    Yeah I do under stand, just I want left and right bulbs high/low,,,,,,,,,, I will put a high/low bulb in the right side and some how make it work..
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    Yes. Thats what I am hoping to do. Both High/Low.....

    Anyway...Count me in!

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