And in traffic?
If so, why?
If so, why?
I am considering tripage also. Literally plug and play? Can you return to stock if needed easily?I suggest checking you headlight adjustment beam focus while sitting on the bike. Low beam pattern was over a foot higher on my bike, came like that from factory. I measured 34.5" to center of headlight, 25' from wall. Hi beam was shooting up too hi, now is useful. Got tripage LED bulb, low/hi beam work at the same time, but did notice when you turn on hi beam it slightly dims low beam. Still better than stock.
I installed a ZX10 rear shock. Im 200lbs. Light output beam rises about 4" when i sit on the bike.I have the high beam adjusted a bit low for a normal high beam, and I use it full time at night. The high and low were too far apart to be able to use both - so I adjusted the high beam down to reduce the glare for oncoming cars. If I set the low beam to be usable - then the high bean was in the trees. I ride mostly at night - so better lighting is right behind a double clicker shock for me. I was going to do a couple of led driving lights - but the bulb from tripage might do the trick, and it's cheap enough to consider doing it before the shock...