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Help me to increase my rx 135 head light power

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  • Help me to increase my rx 135 head light power

    Friends help me to increase my yamaha rx135 headlight power.at present i am using an 35/35 halogen bulb and original reflator and dome. when ever i release the accelerator, the bulb dimens.what should i do.
    The RX are my soul.
    1999- Rx135
    1999- Bajaj Caliber
    1998- RXZ

    1994- Rx100
    2012- Bajaj Discover 125ST

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    Query Approved.
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    • #3
      I echo your concern mate. Even i have been suffering from this problem since a long time. I tried pulsar's rould headlight altough it gives good low beam but it spreads when its turned to high beam. But sincerely I would be happy to restore the original stock headlight. It would be extremely helpful if someone throws some light into this matter.

      Thanks...

      PERSEVERE... failure is not an option!


      '88 Premier Padmini | '99 Maruti 800 | '99 Yamaha RX135 | '10 Wagon R | '11 Yamaha FZ16





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      • #4
        RD Dreams 100/90 kit everything else is waste of money and time !!!
        "Engine tuning is not an exact science, but with some practice and patience you'll get comfortable with your skill and be able tune for any conditions mother nature throws at you"


        Still the Boss -- RX 135

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        • #5
          @ Psycho98: Can you please give some details on the product. and what mods or adjustments are required with that...
          Thanks

          PERSEVERE... failure is not an option!


          '88 Premier Padmini | '99 Maruti 800 | '99 Yamaha RX135 | '10 Wagon R | '11 Yamaha FZ16





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          • #6
            Nothing its a bolt on kit comes with a rotor,baseplate,regulator its just bolt on, in some cases u need to play with the woodroof key though, for more details visit www.rddreams.com
            "Engine tuning is not an exact science, but with some practice and patience you'll get comfortable with your skill and be able tune for any conditions mother nature throws at you"


            Still the Boss -- RX 135

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            • #7
              Thanks man! i will try a hand at it!
              The RX are my soul.
              1999- Rx135
              1999- Bajaj Caliber
              1998- RXZ

              1994- Rx100
              2012- Bajaj Discover 125ST

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              • #8
                Originally posted by psycho 98 View Post
                RD Dreams 100/90 kit everything else is waste of money and time !!!
                rightly said ! Ron's Lighting kit is the best lighting set up you can give for your RX

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                • #9
                  Restoring my Rx100

                  Bhpians, I am restoring my Rx100 and I read a lot of treads referring to the RDD kit... Forgive me for my ignorance, but i would like to know where can i buy this kit from in Mumbai??? and how much will it cost?

                  Any help is highly appreciated!

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                  • #10
                    Visit www.rddreams.com (and understand all the posts); you'll get answers for more than what you can think. Its more than worth the time.
                    Skill is what keeps you on a Motorcycle
                    Awareness + Skill is what keeps you out of harm's way
                    ATGATT + Awareness + Skill means you might Live To Ride another day

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