Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Gold Coast, Australia
There are four adjusters, two for low beam, two for high, left side sitting in front of the bike 10mm long reach socket in hand is up down, right side left right - leave left right ALONE.
Low beam I THINK you have to remove the top of the console but that's likely O.K. or close to.
High beam, find somewhere flat with a wall about 40' away. Get a tape measure, measure the height of the high beam filament either with the bike on the center stand or wing it holding it up and sitting on it (Yeah, center stand wins). Walk to your target, put a mark there. Back to the bike, wait for dark, lights on, adjust high beam so that the top of the bright patch is roughly on your marker. If you ride at 200kph at night, center the bright spot on the marker. For me that puts high beam hitting the road surface about 100m down the road and doesn't light up roadside signs to blinding, If I'm riding at night I'm not riding stupid fast. The faster you ride at night the nearer to flat that needs to be.