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Old 8th September 2004, 01:29   #31
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Quote[/b] (Rudra Sen @ Sep. 05 2004,15:35)]Is there any problem with new plastic reflectors when you put higher watt lamps? Those days it used to be glass with mirror coating. I've 100/130 Flosser lamp (hope the spelling is right) in my Ambyfor last 2 years.
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did u change ur bulb holder to accomodate the 130/100w bulb.
i have hard that the normal holder can melt when used for long periods with a 130w bulb.


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Quote[/b] (speedsatya @ Sep. 07 2004,23:59)]did u change ur bulb holder to accomodate the 130/100w bulb.
i have hard that the normal holder can melt when used for long periods with a 130w bulb.
No, I'm using the same what I had for 90/100.
No problem till date. Your connection should be correct in terms of cable quality etc. I've used FINOLEX.
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Old 10th September 2004, 01:38   #33
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i have a lucas relay which is supposed to be the best.
can any one tell whether the headlights consume 100w per bulb or is it the total consumtion of both bulbs.
as i already have extra fog lamps and two extra hella brake lights.so do not wanna put load on the alternator.

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Quote[/b] (speedsatya @ Sep. 10 2004,00:08)]can any one tell whether the headlights consume 100w per bulb or is it the total consumtion of both bulbs.
Hey Speedsatya,

Thats 100w per bulb (on high beam)
90w per bulb on low beam
and 90+100w per bulb when u flash

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that means 260W of power from the 2 bulbs.no way i am gonna put 130w bulbs.i am happy with my 100/90W.

anyways thanks guys.

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Quote[/b] (speedsatya @ Sep. 05 2004,00:27)]Of late we have been seeing advertisements of Philips Visionplus bulbs claiming to give 50% more light.since these are of 60/55W ,theoeretically they should give an o/p equivalent of 90/82.5 W.
Has anyone used these bulbs .
So this means that no modifications for wiring and relay would be required if these are used !
And howz the feedback for these, any users ?

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tarun,
if u use 60/55W vision plus ,u need not go for a relay.


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the xenon kit costs about 30,000 in mumbai. and the entire assembly with wiring harness/etc needs to be changed. you can get the best stuff with warranty at four Seasons - contact 24940444. if you haev the money they are well worth it. just be careful driving around else each replacement will be serious expensive



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im buying philips blue vision 4000w 65/something...just want to know which size i should buy for opel corsa and honda city
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just go for normal philips 100/90 watts bulbs H4 for honda city, been using them since 2001, amazing light,and do get a relay
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whats a relay dude???
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Guys whats the difference btw Philips Crystal Vision and Philips Diamond Vision??
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Old 30th October 2005, 14:10   #43
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Guys whats the difference btw Philips Crystal Vision and Philips Diamond Vision??
the crystal visions give a white light effect whereas the diamond visions give a blue xenon like effect..
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how do you guys find chrystal blue vision by philips???how much is it for in mumbai
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Thinking about crystal Diamond vision for the Palio,
Anyone know whether it will fit? And how much will it cost with the relay.
The Palio comes with 2 pin bulbs.
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