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Old 5th December 2006, 02:55   #1
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Thumbs up Xenons on a CBZ :)

Now that's what I call Neat!
Though I don't have bikes anymore, but this looked kicka$$ today !

(my friend's bike, took his perm to leave the number on the pic)



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Old 5th December 2006, 02:59   #2
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With ballast and igniter etc? How much did he pay? What about high beam?
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Old 5th December 2006, 07:35   #3
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how?? I am interested for my pulsar 180v2.1
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Old 5th December 2006, 07:46   #4
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Are you sure those are true xenon lights or just the normal filament ones with Xenon written on the box?
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this will defintely help for the older CBZ's since the stock lights are very poor..i am intrested too.
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Old 5th December 2006, 10:46   #6
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Blue...whats the magic? Been hunting for this mod for long without any sucess...are you sure its Xenon and not something else (knowing you I am sure...but sill )
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Hmm the beam looks very powerful but its not focused properly..it needs a proper projector to focus it.. no wonder its bright and looking at the distance where it is focusing looks like its been set up for the driver comming in the opposite direction.. But it looks neat anyway..
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Old 5th December 2006, 13:20   #8
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Yeah it's neat and was done by Auto Fusion, Bangalore, it's a full kit with high and low beam, quite stunning for a bike.
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looks good....can you give us some more details. how much did it cost him ? can this be done on any bike ?
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looks great. and its CBZ X'treme
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I am currently using philips tube @ 60/- much better than stock.
This things looks nice raven kindly post all details so that fellow members can purchase it..
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I doubt this is a HID xenon setup, looks more like a higher wattage white halogen lamp. As for the brightness, well it looks more bright due to the quality of the photo, if you look at the parking light (located above the headlight) it looks quite bright as well.

HID's need 11amp to startup, which our 7amp or 9amp motorcycle batteries cant supply. An HID kit consisting of two ballasts and two bulbs costs roughly 12k in Delhi.
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Yogesh: you are right...we tried doing the mod on my bull wiht a 14 amp but still it was a failure. I am not saying it cant be done...curious to know the fact.

Blue: can u get some info?
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Today only I bought Philips Tube for Rs.65. Beam is powerful but it doesnt spread much. Overall it is better than stock.
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Looks very slick; this is probably a first on a bike
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