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    Default Re: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    Quote Originally Posted by aadilnaik View Post
    Hey can anyone temme if it's possible to upgrade the battery on my Duke 200? I've put a custom headlight which has a dual headlight structure Attachment 149621

    But the stock battery can't handle both the lights (55/60W) turning on at the same time, so I gotta use one for low beam and one for high beam....
    So can I upgrade the battery to a mire powerful one? Does anyone have an idea which one would fit and what else would I need to look into?


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    Default Re: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    Guys what would be the best option for 200NS as a experience,i mean projector light of which brand? Lots of people are praising morimoto. Some prefer philips xtreme vision cheap and best than projector. I'm confused.
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    Default Re: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    Quote Originally Posted by aadilnaik View Post
    Anyone knows where I can gget the following two bulbs?
    Philips CityVision H4
    Philips XtremeVision H4
    Both are specifically for bikes, even though a car version also exists
    Also, where can I get a H4 socket?

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    Anybody knows if there is a led plug n play for H4 socket for bikes? Need it for my Zma and also 100/90 if available for my car....

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    Question Worried about finding right HID Conversion kit for YZF R15 Ver. 2

    Hello pals,
    I am worried about finding correct HID conversion kit for my bike. My stock lamps doesn't seem to be of any help while driving on highways during night.
    I have found one source named TRS ( The Retrofit Source ) based in America but the cost of the kit suitable for my bike goes upto INR.24k!! It would be my last option if I don't get a trusted and affordable option in Mumbai or Pune.
    The one I've shortlisted from TRS contain:
    A pair of:
    - 3000K HID bulbs,
    - Bi-Xenon Projectors
    - Wire Harness
    - Shrouds
    - LED Rings
    - Glue to assemble back the head lamp encasing
    - 6" LED strips
    As dollar rate is pretty high, cost for this package comes to around INR 24K.!!
    Can any one guide me with a better solution or should I go forward with my listed option?
    Best Regards,
    ~Rishi..

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    Default Re: Aux. HID

    Quote Originally Posted by pronoy_banerjee View Post
    Hey Guys,

    Comments and queries are welcome.
    Can you tell me how the stock headlight was mounted on the bike?
    Last edited by The Monk; 08-15-2014 at 06:05 PM. Reason: Please don't quote all the pics for a one line reply. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by velociraptor13 View Post
    Can you tell me how the stock headlight was mounted on the bike?
    Hey, Find attached the image of the jugaad kaam.

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    The headlight assembly has a wedge which rests on a structure, protruding from between the 2 shock absorbers, this structure has a hole in the center.
    I drilled a hole on the wedge and used a nut bolt to secure the headlamp assembly in place.
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    Hello,
    I Have A Scooty Streak..
    I Found That The Stock Headlight Is Not Ideal For Driving At Night So I Wanted A Better Replacement...
    After Doing A Lot Of Research I Was Not Able To Find One Because (I Think) TVS Uses Different Bulbs For Their Scooty(Round One)
    Which I Thought Would Have A Different Socket...
    Can Anyone Please Guide Me Which Type Of Bulb Do I Need ?
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    Default Re: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    Quote Originally Posted by Naveen1985 View Post
    Please Help Me.. ^^^

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    Sir, Please ^^
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    Default Re: Aux. HID

    Quote Originally Posted by Saurabh213 View Post
    Hello,
    I Have A Scooty Streak..
    I Found That The Stock Headlight Is Not Ideal For Driving At Night So I Wanted A Better Replacement...
    After Doing A Lot Of Research I Was Not Able To Find One Because (I Think) TVS Uses Different Bulbs For Their Scooty(Round One)
    Which I Thought Would Have A Different Socket...
    Can Anyone Please Guide Me Which Type Of Bulb Do I Need ?
    I am in the same dilemma. I think it will be better to fit an aux light and take the connection from low beam. In my scooty the light has brightness. .but it is falling in the wrong place. The light throw is too far ahead ..I cant see the road near me. I am thinking about ab LED aux but havent decided yet.

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