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    Default Re: Honda CB Hornet 160R Owners Experiences

    Is it possible to change the height or focus of the headlight??

    Nowadays, the high beam is not reaching long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HariVox View Post
    Is it possible to change the height or focus of the headlight??

    Nowadays, the high beam is not reaching long.
    Change the bulb instead. It loses it's throw with time. I have an Osram Silverstar.
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    Default Re: Honda CB Hornet 160R Owners Experiences

    Is it the same wattage??
    Quote Originally Posted by Bismaya View Post
    Change the bulb instead. It loses it's throw with time. I have an Osram Silverstar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HariVox View Post
    Is it the same wattage??
    Yes, 35W Osram Silverstar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HariVox View Post
    Is it possible to change the height or focus of the headlight??

    Nowadays, the high beam is not reaching long.
    Yes, there is screw under the headlamp assembly. Go to local mechanic night, they will do it in two minutes.
    Another suggestion is Osram Cool Blue hyper 40/45W, I installed it on my father's Glamour. It has really good white light with extra wattage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anoopkumar0 View Post
    I am not sure if 55w will work. I was asking if something can be done if additional 15W can be taken out from Parking+Tail lamp.
    However, I found a few good alternative.

    Osram Rallye Cool Blue Hyper 40/45W (I didn't find the yellow version, Hope 40w will do better). I am taking it to install on father's Hero Glamour. I did installed Xenon HID but too much battery drain. I will try to install on my Hornet.
    Guys says this is better


    Another one:
    Osram Rallye 40/45W on hornet



    Osram Night Racer 90
    https://www.amazon.in/Osram-Night-Ra.../dp/B0113RJJ78

    From above of these, I think Osram Rallye 40/45W would be better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bismaya View Post
    Yes, 35W Osram Silverstar.
    I have used the 35/35 Silverstar and currently use the 45/40 Rallye.

    Go with the 45/40, output is noticeably better.
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    Thanks. I just did it myself
    Quote Originally Posted by anoopkumar0 View Post
    Yes, there is screw under the headlamp assembly. Go to local mechanic night, they will do it in two minutes.
    Another suggestion is Osram Cool Blue hyper 40/45W, I installed it on my father's Glamour. It has really good white light with extra wattage.

    Old post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinprakas View Post
    I have used the 35/35 Silverstar and currently use the 45/40 Rallye.

    Go with the 45/40, output is noticeably better.
    Going through the demo video, I could notice that there's a significant difference in output. But again, a good reflector matters as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bismaya View Post
    Going through the demo video, I could notice that there's a significant difference in output. But again, a good reflector matters as well.
    Amen to that, we have the same make of 45/40 running on my motorcycle that sports a MFR from the Dawn/Ambition and on my friends motorcycle that sports a corrugated unit from Hella, the difference in output is like day and night, MFR wins hands down!
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    Hey all, is there anyone who has changed halogen headlight to LED? I want to do it as well but not able to find a comprehensive guide. Please help!
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