Adjust road speed to suit the visibility and
weather conditions in which the motorcycle
is being operated.
Ensure that the beam is adjusted to
illuminate the road surface sufficiently far
ahead, but without dazzling oncoming
traffic. An incorrectly adjusted headlight
may impair visibility causing loss of
motorcycle control and an accident.
Never attempt to adjust the headlight
beam when the motorcycle is in motion.
Any attempt to adjust the headlight beam
when the motorcycle is in motion may
result in loss of control and an accident.
2. Headlight bracket
3. Pinch-bolt (vertical setting)
4. Bracket fixing (horizontal setting)
Maintenance and Adjustment
headlight beam is controlled by the
position of the bracket on which the
headlight is mounted. To adjust the
horizontal position of the headlight,
slacken the bracket retaining bolt
and turn the headlight assembly left
or right. When set to the correct
position, tighten the bracket fixing to
Vertical adjustment of the headlight
is controlled by the position of the
headlight bowl in relation to the
bracket on which it is mounted. To
adjust the vertical setting, slacken the
headlight bowl pinch-bolt and move
the headlight assembly up or down.
When set to the correct position,
tighten the bracket pinch-bolt to