That makes sense, maybe they should call them driving lights. I need them more for Bambi than for fog. My ride to work is in the dark both ways ( except in the summer) and I usally see deer every day.Snuff....... What I don't understand is if they're fog lights, shouldn't they be mounted quite low on the front forks to project the beam under the fog? I wonder if they're really extra driving lights when they sit that high since aiming them down wouldn't get the beam far enough in front of you and aiming them forward would only make a greater reflection from the fog. Somebody explain......please!
Thanks, I changed them to the ones that NewR3 is selling (Euro Dezigns 8500K Xenon Krypton), and they where an improvement. Now I'm wondering if the one that you speak of is better yet?Snuff....... If you need a great bright and white light in front of you..... try changing your headlight bulbs to PIAA H4 Extreme White Plus 60W/55W. It's also an anti vibration bulb and it sure made a difference. They're around $50 each. Might be cheaper than the extra lights. When the mechanic was changing them out he did one and left the other original bulb. Turned on the lights and WOW......you could really see the difference between them. Anyway, just a way to see Bambi a bit sooner.
Looking at the wiring diagram there is an accesory plug for the lights, more than likely it's under the gas tank. So you wouldn't have to do any splicing, mainly assembly and mounting. I'd give it a go, you can always box up the parts and haul it to the dealer.