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Hello Guru, Would u please tell me the right specification of the Bulb (front light) and where I could find them as well as the whole tail light. I've been looking now for months without success.. Many many thanks for your help! Regards

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55Watt, low, high beam, is the one you're looking for. But you need to tell what model is your bike, cause you might be needing either H4, or H7,
check the old one if you have it.

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