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I'm located in Gainesville, but I frequently travel to Ormond Beach. I've heard so many stories about how people love their bike 10,000 times more after they've had their suspension set up to the proper settings. I'm doing a track day soon, and I know that'd help my confidence. Any body have experience or someone in mind?

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If you car use one bulb to give both High and Low beams, that means your current bulb have two filaments, or we called it Dual Beam Bulb; If you need your high beam to work properly, then you should buy a Bi-Xenon HID(our model bulb-3) which gives you both High and Low in Xenon.
This high beam will work correctly and will point where you tell it to. Bi-Xenon bulbs usually come with 3 wires per bulb. They also come with a control unit that handles the low vs high beam.Bi-Xenon bulbs can move, so you can have one bulb to give you High and Low. http://www.vvme.com/hid-conversion-kits-bixenon-hid-conversion-kit-c-44_46.html
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prorider, hope you get your suspension squared away!! Have fun at your track day!!
 

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I thought they have pros out at the track days to tune your suspension for you? For a little extra price I'm sure. But they probably know what they are doing better then a dealer for sure. And you get to test and feel the difference right away! This might be the best way to go?

I'm not sure where the headlight fits in there...
 

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I haven't gone yet myself but it would be at Willow Springs, CA. with http://www.hypercycle.com/
I've been there a few times to watch a race. I got the idea they setup suspensions from Hypercycle and watching David Moss videos.
 
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