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Old 16th November 2010, 18:31   #46
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I got this 12342XPS2, H4 60/55W Philips X-tremePower (Made in Germany)
MRP: 1200/-, purchase price 1120/- (including VAT)

Is this original ?

It has Japanese writing on it and also has Philips electronics , Kolkata as Marketing contact/Importer
That's should be fine. Where did you buy it ?
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I have one question does Philips X-tremePower H4 comes in 90/100? I am currently using Narva from Germany which is sightly white 90/100 in ANHC & i am using Hella cutout with ceramic holders but after using it for more than three months i think the white light is not sufficient & planning to change my bulbs any suggestions other than Philips Rally 90/100 as i already used it, before changing to Narva for the taste of white light

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That's should be fine. Where did you buy it ?
Lathangi Ford. initial impressions (in city) is, its definitely better.
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Default Re: Review : Philips Xtreme power bulbs for my M800

Hey,
Need to remove confusion between adding relays or not while using Philips Rally 100/90 for my M800.

When I purchased it and asked the sales person if I would require relay with this bulbs, he said it is not required. I confirmed this with other 3 shops also with everone telling the same thing.

However, as per this thread i feel that a relay would be required.

TBHPians, kindly clarify if relays would be required or not?

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Hey,
Need to remove confusion between adding relays or not while using Philips Rally 100/90 for my M800.
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TBHPians, kindly clarify if relays would be required or not?

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Stock is 55/60, so if you are upgrading from that to 90/100, you need to upgrade the wiring. This is to avoid any additional load on the switch gear and wiring, which are originally not designed for the additional load that 90/100 puts.
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Stock is 55/60, so if you are upgrading from that to 90/100, you need to upgrade the wiring. This is to avoid any additional load on the switch gear and wiring, which are originally not designed for the additional load that 90/100 puts.
So if I am clear, i would need to change wiring only and can do wothout adding a relay in my M800.
Sorry to ask such naive questions!
Thanks a lot.
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