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|17th September 2008, 21:05||#1|
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HID/xenon for 2005 model CR-V
Ver2 has two separate bulbs ( both H1) for high and low beam .
Don't know if other owners of this model have experienced a very weak low beam, one that just ends up being eaten up by other lights on the road.i find the visibility very poor for an SUV(albeit a soft roader).
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|23rd September 2008, 19:50||#2|
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1. If you want to replace both beams (High+Low) you require 2 kits (4 Bulbs + 4 Ballasts).
2. Yes available pretty easily.
3. HID is plug and play, no need to bother about HL assembly. Leave it as it is.
4. Without relay you will have to stick to 55w bulbs. For HID all bulbs have the same wattage and they come with necessary wiring.
5. You can upgrade to higher then 60w with a relay. Switch both beams to some good bulbs and get the focusing done.
|23rd September 2008, 21:36||#3|
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Moderator's note: Please do go through our Lighting queries thread under Modifications and Accessories. The same queries have been clarified there. Thanks.
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