Originally Posted by infamouskillas
I did see the halos you're talking about thank you, I will probably end up buying them sooner than later...maybe after the holidays...also, is there a write up/tutorial on installing the halos? I feel I might be able to do it myself..
I see some 03-05 headlights that have the usual 4 projectors, but they have a bulb, possibly hids in the two inner projectors...is this what you mean about the mounting issue? And aside from the 4 projectors, there is a little light towards the end of the headlamp that lights up pretty nicely, I wanna say ita similar to the 06 r1 headlight assembly? I could be wrong but hopefully you understand what I'm talking about and I'd you've had experience or any knowledge and help as to going about that specific mod.
Thanks again for all the help I greatly appreciate it.
The stock projectors on the 03-05 R6 are basically one side of the headlight is the low beam side, which lights up both projectors on the same side of headlight, for the low beam, and then when you switch to high beam, the other side of the headlight comes on, also with both projectors coming on, at the other side of the bike.
With our HID kit, this will work the same, but the headlight will be much brighter and with a better color of light.
There is no way to make only the inner projectors come on for low beams, and then outer for high beams, like in the R1. because the R1 actually has 4 seperate headlights 2 for low and 2 for high, where the R6 only has 2 actual headlights, one on each side, They look like 4 projectors, but in fact they are only 2 projectors with each side of bike only being one actual headlight with 2 round lenses.
so to have both sides low beams and both sides high beams, you need to replace the stock projectors with bixenon projectors, which for now is not possible and its very complicated without a properly made mounting solution, which is in the works.
but for now the quad halo kit and hid kit, is a fairly inexpensive and very good looking upgrade.
You can install the halo kit yourself, its very simple, just open up the headlight by heating up the glue in an oven at 225 degrees Ferenheit, for 7 minutes, then pry the headlight open with a screw driver, and simply glue the 4 halo rings right at the front of the 4 projectors, with the provided silicone glue.
Then simply connect them to any + - power source.