My solution to it for now is to adjust the headlight downwards, so it doesnt have the potential to blind oncoming traffic.Bringing this post back.. My dealer states "as intended."
Well.. I live in Orlando, Fl.. We still have a LOT of brick roads and such here.. Dusk, dark and beyond it's like a strobe show in front of me.. Especially on our highly reflective road signs.. Insanely distracting, even when not on the brick and more often than not, it impacts oncoming drivers.. Low beams on, I am regularly flashed, see people in drivers seats with their hand up to cover, etc...
I understand some vibration, but it's like our lamps are held on with rubber bands.
There's a thread on the forum about adjusting the headlight, with a handy picture of how to adjust it properly. Remember, you need to be sitting on your bike when adjusting the headlight, as your weight will cause the rear of the bike to sag. You should be able to adjust the headlight by pushing on the top or bottom of the headlight to move the beam up or down.My solution to it for now is to adjust the headlight downwards, so it doesnt have the potential to blind oncoming traffic.
But results in a different downside, wich is that I cant light up the road very far at all, even with high beams.
Its kinda crazy that BMW did let this pass through QA and that blinding oncoming traffic is intended, I even got stopped by the police for it twice.
In the end I just have to fix it myself it seems.