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headlight adjustment on 1000rr

What's the trick to adjusting the headlights? My low beam is low.
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Re: headlight adjustment on 1000rr

It tells in the user manual, but I don't have it handy at the moment.
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Re: headlight adjustment on 1000rr

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It tells in the user manual, but I don't have it handy at the moment.
Your refering to the owners manual. I looked thru it. I must be blind. I'll look again. Thanks.
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Re: headlight adjustment on 1000rr

I'm pretty sure I saw it when I was flipping through. I may be mistaken.
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Re: headlight adjustment on 1000rr

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I'm pretty sure I saw it when I was flipping through. I may be mistaken.
I looked again and didn't see it. I figured it out though. For some reason I thought it was going to be much harder, meaning I needed to remove the rubber boot and locate the screws inside of the headlight housing. Boy was I wrong. There are two screws. One on the upper left and one on the lower right of the rubber boot of each headlight. No need to remove anything. The upper left screw handles up and down adjustment and the lower right handles left and right adjustment. The adjustment took me a whole 15 seconds. Anyway, I hope this helps others out.
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Re: headlight adjustment on 1000rr

Now you will really be able to blind those oncoming cages
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