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Only one head light is lit, can this be changed?

Discussion in 'R1200RS Tech and Performance Chat' started by Jeroen1969, Oct 13, 2016.

  1. Jim Evans

    Jim Evans Well-Known Member

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    There's a thread on the FZ6 forum that shows how to make a H4 twin-filament lamp fit a H7 socket.
     
  2. boxerboy

    boxerboy Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Lars and I appreciate the clarification Peter, that explains the reasoning. If I do decide to add lights then I'll go for Darla in order to have the control options.
     
  3. Strommer

    Strommer Active Member

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    How cool! Not sure how I missed that in the manual. I just went and tried it and it works.
     
  4. GvG

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    Are both headlights burning while using highbeam, or only on the left side (euro R1200RS)?
     
  5. Grumpy Goat

    Grumpy Goat Well-Known Member Contributor

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    Both are on.
     
  6. Sobpe

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    Hi Lars. Where is the photo from ?
     
  7. lars Ormvold

    lars Ormvold Active Member

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    It's from the Italian Alps last summer. Passio de Galvia (or something in that area . . ) Southeast of Bormio, Stelvio next pass north from Bormio.
    Really beatiful on close to no traffic when i rode it.
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  8. Sobpe

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    Thanks. Did a trip from West to South in week 25. No traffic and god weather. Started in Chamonix and ended up in Brennero. 5 days and thousend of corners :)
     
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