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5 November 2017
After much research, I use one lamp instead of two set (single piece ordered from allextreme website) on my pulsar 180. The visibility increased by ~80% and spotting potholes in bangalore has become much easier. High beam visibility did not improve with the single piece but i strongly feel that if you use both lamps, long distance visibility will improve phenomenally.
Why i used a single lamp?
Answer: In pulsar 180 model (and many other bikes), headlamp and electricals draw a power of 35Watts. So adding 36 watts extra (18W per lamp) did not seem like a good idea because i was worried it might take toll on battery. So i fixed only one lamp thereby drawing a power of 35+18 Watts currently. The battery works perfectly and there is no added strain or draining due to the single lamp. Just make sure to add a button to switch off the lamp in daytime.
Also, if your motorcycle is rated for 65W power output (avenger/ns200 etc) you can go ahead and use both lamps without worrying about battery at all.
Fitting: A mechanic near my house used spare clip on bar to place headlight just above indicator . He charged me 220Rs and it took about 1 hour to fix.
The other (quicker) option was to drill a hole in leg guard and place the lamp nut there which I did not prefer since i wanted it at the height of headlamp.