I added the same Sylvania bulb and replaced the tiny little lights above the headlight with LEDs. Also added U7 lights mounted to the turn signals. Plenty of light now! YOu'll need to adjust stock light up. I turned the screw about 5 or 6 turns to get it right.
Did the Sylvania bulb mod.
Clockwise..or counterclockwise to adjust up? I've read both ways on different threads. Thanks.
To adjust up you have to shim the two bottom bolts where the head light bracket mounts to the bottom triple clamp. I can't remember whether it was 3/8" or 1/4" that I shimmed mine, but it made a huge difference. That screw is either for side to side or corner up/down (beam level) adjustment. I forget which one but it isn't a horizontal adjuster. for what ever reason the light doesn't have a way to adjust the beam horizontally.
Just edited one of my posts on general discussion, I just finished installing HIDs. Dont spend $70USD on a single one. Get a kit with 2 bulbs for the same price. Nothing about HIDs is specific to anything, 90% of HIDs on the market come from the same manufacturer and a company will just alter the appearance in some way to make them look different. Pics included. I did not use a projector housing and the Beam is actually pretty good, not scattering everywhere. for the Hi-beam on H4 HIDs (or at least on my kit), when activated a magnet will pull the bulb in and make an audible clicking noise. THE NOISE IS OK AND NOT BAD. 55Watt kits will require a FUSED power wire to be ran to the battery, if you have basic skills with wires, all you need to do it splice in a longer wire. 6000k color looks a little blue, 5000k is a more white color.
HID link from amazon: XENTEC H4 Flex Bixenon Hi/Lo 6000K 55W Advanced Slim Ballast HID Xenon Kit (HB2/9003 Ultra White)