Have you tried H.I.D. lights before? the improvement you get with the light output is significant. I never had H.I.D.'s till last year and will never go back to the regular halogen bulbs. Anyone who has or had H.I.D. lights will say the same.I have no need for H.I.D.'s, it's too excessive. I just stick with the OEM bulbs I get from the dealer since they give me sufficient light. Not sure if the CBR250R has projectors i will have to look into that, but i doubt it being it's a entry level bike.
I would like to get HIDs but don't know if any mods are needed to install. Can anyone advise?
Don't go over 6k. 5k is what I use in my Audi then 3k in the fog lights. And don't put higher then 35w in stock housings or it will probably melt/ just be extremely blinding. The housings on these are good enough that a 35w HID is acceptable.I have always been a large supporter of the HID bulbs. The look is much more aggressive and is also very functional. If going to HID conversion I, personally, would not go over 12000K however because the light gets too blue and does not provide very much good visual light. I have put HIDs on virtually everything I own with headlights with the exception of my lawn mower.
The projector he is talkin about is more like a magnifying glass, and the shutter is that he mentioned is the cutoff. Alot of idiots put on HID's are careless and could care less about oncoming traffic. To those tards who do do that, I wish you bad luck as all they do is piss me off.they are the headlights on cars that look kind of like a glass globe. I am not really sure how to describe them. Basically they would like a projector (for cinema) where they allow so much light to be projected on the road. On my wife's car they have a shutter that is open about halfway on "low" beam then the shutter opens all the way up for "high" beam. The shutter creates a horizon on the light in-front of you which prevents the lights from shining into oncoming traffic. There is a picture somewhere that shows this bike with a projector light installed. You have the two eye lights, then where the main bulb is there is the projector instead.