gabrielT said:how do you get to the bulb/rubber cover? do you need to take out the gauges first?
i kinda took notice of both the word, and then the phrase.bobthebiker said:you can do what I did, which is basically get a 90/100W bulb which is brighter, hasnt caused me any problems yet[/color] heat wise, and I'm quite happy with so far. its a little bit of a pain to get the headlight bulb out but it can be done without removing the faring.
not really sure what you were saying i was stating that some bulbs use diffrent color temp in the same wattage range ,and that that is sometimes preceived as being more light while it is actually the same just the shade makes it look like more. as example a 60 watt bulb with a color factor of 2700 K looks softer than another 60 watt bulb with 4100 kKnightslugger said: