Hey folks... Just looking to adjust my headlight when the opportunity presents, as tonight (4am) was the first chance ive had to ride home when there has been no environmental light present in a good while. Did a search... honestly search is useless the "Similar Threads" that shows up AFTER you post a new thread is far better... but you need to post it first . (Unfortunately in this case even the similar threads is no help...) I already know my high beam (and since its one unit likely my low beam) is aimed a little high and to the right. I imagine it was slightly exacerbated by the approx 25kg of luggage that was being hauled home too....... Anyway, after being flashed by two cars and even a fellow biker (all of whom probably thought the world was ending when the high beam hit them in the face in response to show that NO im not an imbecile who leaves his high beam on in your face), i figure its time to adjust. Short of just sticking a screwdriver in the adjustment thingys and going for a close enough is good enough/was a bit high last time lets make it a bit lower this time method... i did a quick search on google and found this: Source: http://www.webmaster10.com/ldr/headlight_aiming.html Ok its imperial, i can handle that no problem, but i would just like to know if that is what others would recommend as a guideline so i stop getting blinded by people who think im trying to blind them... or perhaps is there even a guideline for aussie roads? Ta all .