Proper headlamp aim isachieved by adjusting the upper(high) beams.
Bike needs to be on a levelfloor, standing upright, loaded as you normally ride. (re, 1up-you for most),with pre load set as you ride 1up, placed 25' from a wall to the headlamp lensin front of the upper beam. I would suggest the auto adjust dial be set in the middleposition for this aiming.
Measure the distance from thefloor up to the center of the upper beam bulbs. Mark this height on the walland draw a horizontal line at this height.
Sight a point on the wallthat is on the centerline of the bike. Draw a vertical line on the wall placedon this center line.
turn on the upper beams.
Cover one of the headlamps.
Use the manual adjustersaccessed under the front of the fairing.
Adjust the vertical until thehot spot of the upper beam bulb is just under the horizontal line on the wall.
Adjust the horizontal untilthe upper beam hot spot is just to the right of the vertical line on the wall.
Cover the headlamp justcompleted, and repeat procedure on the other headlamp.
Make a small mark on the autoadjust panel so you can return to the 1up setting.
Now have both headlampsuncovered and have the usual passenger you carry sit on the bike w/you, set thepreload for 2up, and dial in the auto adjust dial for proper aim and mark thatposition on the panel by the dial. You can repeat this for loaded 1up, loaded2up, trailer, etc.
You get what you get for lowbeam aim depending on how good the headlamp design was to start with!