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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-08-2008, 08:22 PM Thread Starter
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Need to know what headlight bulbs fit the 2000 gsxr 600. Anyone with a gsxr post up. Thanks
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Why you need some. I might have a couple extra. let me know
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No, its just that i got an Hid kit for my friend and it came with H9 & H7 bulb. The bike has H4's but i want to confirm they are h4's so i can return the kit or exchange the bulbs.
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Neither of those are HID bulbs, those are both standard halogen bulbs. Where did the kit come from?
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even if you get the right bulbs even though you think you can see better you are actually making it harder for anyone else to see that is coming towards you because you do not have the proper style of projection.

actually puts you in more danger than just regular ol halogens
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even if you get the right bulbs even though you think you can see better you are actually making it harder for anyone else to see that is coming towards you because you do not have the proper style of projection.

actually puts you in more danger than just regular ol halogens
Thanks for being concerned about my safety but I dont need a lecture on hids or about having the proper style of projection. If they were dangerous they wouldn't sell them, All I'm asking is what type of bulbs 00 gsxr 600 uses.

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Wish i could help ya out bro- but im all honda here an dhave no clue what gsxr's have LOL.... all i gotta say is HID's rule!!!!
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Thanks for being concerned about my safety but I dont need a lecture on hids or about having the proper style of projection. If they were dangerous they wouldn't sell them, All I'm asking is what type of bulbs 00 gsxr 600 uses.
pretty sure it's 2 H4 bulbs, all the srad generation gixxers were I think.

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pretty sure it's 2 H4 bulbs, all the srad generation gixxers were I think.
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Thanks for being concerned about my safety but I dont need a lecture on hids or about having the proper style of projection. If they were dangerous they wouldn't sell them, All I'm asking is what type of bulbs 00 gsxr 600 uses.
WOW. they are illegal actually hence why it states for off road use. But you apparently have researched.

I think my friend instead of Popping out a response like that to members here you actually took the time to read the little manual that came with the bike you know the one that list the upkeep of the bike. Or maybe bought a manual for the stealership and looked there.

Oh yeah do yourself a favor research on hid kits and you will find the legalities of it

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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