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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-27-2004, 06:33 AM Thread Starter
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Cool Dual headlight mod...need help

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I am new to the message board and live in Danville, KY. I have owned a FZ6 (silver) since 02/2004. I love the bike but am getting sick of everyone asking me "you know you got a headlight out!" Can anyone provide me with instructions/photos so that I can make both lights stay on without using high beams.
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This was my first mod
https://www.sportbikes.net/forums/sho...ight=light+mod
Hope it answers your questions if you need more help let me know..
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I would like to do the headlight mod, but in the meantime... I just leave my bright on. I never turn it off in fact. I do get flashed occasionally, but I ignore it since the ride height keeps me above the beam, mostly.

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I would like to do the headlight mod, but in the meantime... I just leave my bright on. I never turn it off in fact. I do get flashed occasionally, but I ignore it since the ride height keeps me above the beam, mostly.

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Here in CA, in my area, cruising around with the high beam on will most assuredly get you a chat with Officer Friendly before too long. Doing the dual headlight mod only takes about 20 minutes and then there's nothing to worry about .

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Thanks for the help. Easy instructions and nice pics...looks good to boot.
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