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post #151 of 185 (permalink) Old 06-30-2012, 12:00 PM
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will install the other side tomorrow


It was like riding an Epileptic fit...

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post #152 of 185 (permalink) Old 07-01-2012, 09:01 PM
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will install the other side tomorrow

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WOW !!!!!!!!!! NICE !!!!

Where did you get that HID kit for the R6

Thanks for sharing this very very nice info with us mate !!! thanks a bunch !!!
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WOW !!!!!!!!!! NICE !!!!

Where did you get that HID kit for the R6

Thanks for sharing this very very nice info with us mate !!! thanks a bunch !!!
35W HID kits (a/c digital ballasts) - $54.95 shipped!
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Thank you so much man
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post #156 of 185 (permalink) Old 08-02-2012, 04:22 PM
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Hello R6-Forum,

I am pleased to announce that we now carry plug and play HID kits for all years Yamaha R6 bikes, as well as any motorcycle that uses H7 bulbs.

Our HID kits are the same exact high quality hid's that we use in all our bixenon projector kits.


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(most cheap hid kits use regular glass tubes and might cause headlight lens fogging).



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2 - 3M Super sticky double sided tape pads for easy ballast mounting (most sellers include generic pads which do not stick well).
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2 - Alcohol swabs to clean HID bulbs
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if anybody wants to do a full on retrofit, then go with borka! they make some amazing kits that look cool and are simple to install!
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post #158 of 185 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 09:47 PM
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purchased my bike and the previous owner did not finish the HID wiring... can't even ride in the rain

great thread!
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I pretty much did mine the same way you did but instead of cutting any wires I took apart the connectors to pull the original wires then just put them back together outside of the assembly, my way probably resulted in a little more wire to hide but all worked out! Great write up.

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I pretty much did mine the same way you did but instead of cutting any wires I took apart the connectors to pull the original wires then just put them back together outside of the assembly, my way probably resulted in a little more wire to hide but all worked out! Great write up.
+1.. i used this how to + agg's + the link on how to disassemble the connectors. it was more time consuming but i was really opposed to cutting wires. It turned out great!!
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