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If anyone could help me out, I would greatly appreciate it. I have a 2001 r6, and i got the HIDs...only the lows since i have two lights that run on low from xenonrider. awesome kit, and i got it on with few issues. however, now that i have them i have an issue. the left headlight works no problem, but sometimes the right one will simply shut off. it can run for hours with no issue, but it seems that when the temperature gets a little colder, it shuts off when i accelerate hard or turn the key and then start it. now its not blowing fuses, and it isn't always struggling. i dont think i need a relay, but if anyone has had similar experiences and can offer me advice i would really appreciate the help.
 

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If anyone could help me out, I would greatly appreciate it. I have a 2001 r6, and i got the HIDs...only the lows since i have two lights that run on low from xenonrider. awesome kit, and i got it on with few issues. however, now that i have them i have an issue. the left headlight works no problem, but sometimes the right one will simply shut off. it can run for hours with no issue, but it seems that when the temperature gets a little colder, it shuts off when i accelerate hard or turn the key and then start it. now its not blowing fuses, and it isn't always struggling. i dont think i need a relay, but if anyone has had similar experiences and can offer me advice i would really appreciate the help.
hid's flicker or shut off at times when they dont get enuff power other than that if its doing it constantly check your charging system or your ballast are bad...
 

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it ran perfectly all day...and it was only tonight when i would accelerate hard...the ballast is less than 3 days old and i rode the entire day with zero issues. it didnt act up until tonight when the temp dropped. i called joseph at xenonrider and he said to try some dielectric grease or somethin like that. i also havent changed to a higher amp fuse...
 
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