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06-06-2003 1:58 AM
Re: headlight adjustment

I think these 2 are the right ones.
06-06-2003 1:56 AM
Re: headlight adjustment

Its StegEn. *Anyway

I do have a 929 but i would figure its the same. Turn your headlight on near dark onto a wall or what not and adjust accourdingly.

06-06-2003 12:52 AM
Re: headlight adjustment

Thanks Stegan,

I see a few hex bolts on the back of the fairing...are there any marks/how do I identify the adjusters. Any tips on adjusting? Light touch/small increments...all suggestions appreciated. Thanks again,

06-05-2003 11:54 PM
Re: headlight adjustment

They are little bolts that are at the top and bottom. they adjust left and right, up and down. I think they have little octagon plastic bases.
06-05-2003 11:32 PM
Re: headlight adjustment

I'm a fumbducker...can someone hold my hand and essplain to me how/where the adjusters are? Thanks,

06-05-2003 7:05 PM
Re: headlight adjustment


I will look harder, maybe while it's still light out...
06-05-2003 6:34 PM
Re: headlight adjustment

There are two adjustment screws on the back of your headlight. One for the low beam, one for the high.
06-05-2003 6:21 PM
Re: headlight adjustment

Does anyone know if/how to adjust the headlight aim on the 954 short of cranking up the rear and lowering the forks? I went with the zenon white 100 watt bulbs and if I could get them aimed a tad lower, the performance increase would be ten fold over stock on both low and high beams. Thanks in advance for your input.


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