A. Horizontal Adjusters
B. Vertical Adjusters
C. Cooling Fins (Heat Sink)
The headlight beam is adjustable ver-
tically. If adjusted too low, neither low
MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT
nor high beam will illuminate the road
far enough ahead. If adjusted too high,
the high beam will fail to illuminate the
road close ahead, and the low beam
will blind oncoming drivers.
Turn the vertical adjuster in or out to
adjust the headlight vertically.
On high beam, the brightest points
should be slightly below horizontal.
The proper angle is 0.4 degrees be-
low horizontal. This is a 50 mm (2.0
in.) drop at 7.6 m (25 ft) measured
from the center of the headlight, with
the motorcycle on its wheels and the