Hey these lights really do look great!
Originally Posted by REDOVAL
Another high end set of 92-07 Advanced lights out the door today. This set features the following:
Morimoto D2S 4.0 Projectors with Vantage Optics Etched logo
Morimoto Panamera LED Switchback Shrouds
Morimoto XB D2S 5500k bulbs
Morimoto XB55 50w D2S ballasts
Morimoto MotoControl 9007 harness
They came out great and will have unmatched output!
I was admiring them in person on both forum members BrianBlair's and Hotchkiss' rides, way cool stuff (I'm in and out of The Path bike shop in Tustin quite often!!!)
I had a question ---
(and perhaps this is already covered somewhere in the previous 40 pages of this 41-page-long thread......)
Q: How are these lights designed as far as adjusting their "aim" after they've been installed?
(Or is there even a need to do that?)
Wondered if bolting them in is truly plug-n-play (no need to calibrate their aim after installing) or if they indeed need a seasoned Pro to "dial them in" and make sure their up/down/left/right beam throw is correct (and legal) once they're in place.
(*My query originates due to my only real experience with replacing headlights.....in my old 1970's Mopars, a headlight swap occasionally involved having to put the car in front of the garage door after the headlight swap, with headlights turned on (and using the beam pattern on the garage door to gauge the up/down/left/right aim....) then adjusting several spring-tensioned screws that trapped the headlamp armature in place (and allowed for fine-tuning/micro-adjusting the aim of the headlamp beam.)
Thanks Scott ---
I hope my question only serves to help others understand (and desire!) your sweet headlights even more