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h4 light conversion? how do you know if you have one

Discussion in 'Bling and Appearance' at netrider.net.au started by Halapino, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. So today went and bought a 35w H4 light to fit onto my CBR250RR and was going to alter it when it fitted perfectly. I checked the other side and it is running a 60/55w H4.

    Does this mean that there has been a conversion done on my bike or should i still run the 35w lights.

    I am confused as i was under the impression the h4 will not fit the cbr unless modified.

    How do i check if the relay has been updated


    cheers

    Pete


     
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  2. Why would you run 35W when 55/60 came in standard?

    someone correct me if im wrong haha
     
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  3. 35w/60 was standard in Japan. The bikes should be fitted with a 55w/60 to pass ADR compliance, but some do seem to slip through (I have my suspicions that certain importers are so cheap they re-use the same 55w/60 globe).
    I'm amazed they even sell 35w globes here, I didn't think they were legal to use.
     
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  4. If i remember correctly, i was reading somewhere, the 55/60w globes overload the battery at idle, and there is some kind of mod you need to do to run these.
     
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  5. yes this is the issue with the cbr. As far as i have read all imported cbr's are 35w with the h4R light globe.
     
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