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post #1 of 9 Old 09-17-2017, 05:12 PM Thread Starter
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Hi I have just purchased a new ZX10R KRT and as yet I haven't ridden it at night
Question: How do the lights work?
Do both front lights come on at night?
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Hi I have just purchased a new ZX10R KRT and as yet I haven't ridden it at night

Question: How do the lights work?

Do both front lights come on at night?


No. Flick the highbeam switch to turn the other side on.


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Do you need to be on High beam for it to work or can both lights be used in low beam
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The other one is a highbeam.. and yes has to be on for both to work


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I answered this question already in one of the other 3 threads on this topic.

http://zx-10r.net/forum/f94/2017-zx10r-krt-342066.html

And FYI, the owners manual that came with the bike has a lot of good info like this in it!!!
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I answered this question already in one of the other 3 threads on this topic.

And FYI, the owners manual that came with the bike has a lot of good info like this in it!!!
Jeff, youre awesome sometimes
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I would take the bike back OP. Not sure if you're still within your states buyers remorse window.

If you can't figure out simple things like google, reading an owners manual, or comprehending responses in a thread you created I have no clue how you are going to negotiate a curve, understand lane position, or recognize potential hazards and how to escape them.
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