Ummm.. how can your headlights be too bright, especially your high beams?? Most aren't bright enough. If the low beams are aimed correctly, they shouldn't interfere with on-coming driver's vision, and you don't run the highs with on-coming traffic, so? The Wing uses 55 watt H-7 bulbs, and the reflector system is designed for that. The basic GL1800 headlight system is far better than most (well, any) car I've driven, and a lot of people upgrade them some with SilverStars plus adding driving lamps for even better high-beam vision. PIAA 1100X are one choice, and Clearwater Kristas are another. Or, you can do both... (How do you like your venison? Well done, or just vaporized? )I hear that the 55w are too bright.
I have Silverstars in all 4 lights and I'd go brighter if I could. I have the Honda oem Fog lights at 35 watts each and they are next to worthless. I'm going to replace them with the Electrical Connections Performance Series with 55 watts each. I am also seriously considering supplementing the high beams with the PIAA 1100 lights mentioned above. I need to see critters on the roadway as far ahead as possible.
Standard H7 bulb is 55w. Why would you put a 35w one in? Also the higher the color temp you go, the harder is will be for you to see in bad weather (fog lights a amber for a reason). HID light are about 5500k (daylight balanced) but don't use a blue filter to do this like cheap HID wannabes and this mekes them a full spectrum light (all reds, greens are still there not filtered out).Google ... h7 bulb 35w ... there are several places to buy them.
I put HID in my truck and love them. Hardly ever use the brights anymore. Would NOT want them on my bike for the reason stated above. Especially the newer polymer reflective:doorag: signs ...... :shock:
HID projectors will fix this problem. The cutoff line is below typical sign height. You also stop blinding oncoming drivers.