Kit from xenonrider.com
If you want to purchase this exact kit you can go to this link directly
Side fairings were not removed in the video due to youtube 10 min time restriction on videos. If you want to see how to remove the side fairings check out the proton installation video.
How to Install Motorcycle Fairings
This tutorial is on a complete motorcycle fairing installation. Tools and all necessary hardware will be mentioned on this video. Motorcycle used: 2007 Honda CBR 600RR... Enjoy!
2007 Honda 600rr Air Filter Removal
This is a video of how to get to and remove the stock air filter from a 2007 Honda 600RR. It's a fairly easy task to do and replacing the stock air filter with a high flow air filter, such as, a K&N can add better performance to your motorcycle and cars.
The link below shows how to get the side fairings off and the bottom fairing is a simple remove three screws and pull off.
Link for removal of side fairings
CBR600RR Oil & Filter Change
Decided to make a vid out of my end of the season oil & filter change. I hope the helps someone. Sorry it's so long.
LED Peg Install -TripageLED.com
Tripage LED peg install on a Honda CBR600RR. Available at TripageLED.com
Taillight featured is Tripage 'IT', also available at TripageLED.com
This is my 3rd oil change. I did the first at 500 miles. The second at 2600 miles and now I'm changing it at 3500 miles. I said in the video that I change at every 2000 miles. I may just reconsider that and go the 3000 miles. I'll try to see if I notice any difference in color or texture.
How-To Install the BikeMaster H.I.D Light Kit
How-To Install The BikeMaster HID Light Kit
Find H.I.D. Lights:
Anyone who has ridden a motorcycle at night knows that getting a little more light from your bike's headlight is never a bad thing. While modern motorcycles have massively improved lighting compared to bikes from the past, they still can't hold a candle to the light put off by most cars.
One quick solution is to install some brighter bulbs. High-Intensity Discharge (HID) bulbs throw some serious light and have recently become much more affordable. To test the effectiveness of this fix, we grabbed our Kawasaki ZX-14 test mule and installed BikeMaster's HID Kit. Installation was beyond easy. Here's a quick rundown of the process:
1. Before you can install the bulbs, you'll need access to your headlight housing and bulb mounts. Our big ZX required removal of a few fairing pieces, but your particular bike may provide easier access.
2. Next up you'll need to determine the best wiring route and a mounting spot for the ballast, which is included with the kit. The ballast runs in line with your bike's normal light wiring and provides the necessary power increase to make the HID bulb shine. Make sure you find a nice, secure spot for mounting the ballast that's out of the elements and doesn't interfere with any bike function.
3. Now you're ready to mount the bulb. The HID bulb mounts just like a normal bulb, but remember: do NOT touch the bulb with your bare hands, as the oil from your skin can create hotspots on the bulb and dramatically decrease its lifespan.
4. To finish the job, you just need to connect the bulb the its power line, then hook everything up to the ballast. We recommend sealing off the connections with heat shrink or good electrical tape.
5. Now you're done. Fire things up and test the lighting to make sure it all works properly.
If you're like us, you'll absolutely love the added brightness and spread of light provided by the BikeMaster HID Kit. It's an affordable, effective and easy-to-install way to get more light on the road during night riding. For more info on the kit, or for any other OEM or aftermarket needs, visit CheapCycleParts.com today.
Proton flush mount installation
Installation for Proton flush mounts on 07 cbr 600rr.
Note: Strobe effect on video does not really reflect what it looks like in person.