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Old 8th December 2009, 10:41   #31
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On the topic of auxilary lamps - I use a couple of auxilary lights made by "Neolite" - use them whenever i do night driving - they work well and at 700 a pair (includes 55W h3 bulbs) they are value for money - and yes they are made in india and are of pretty decent quality
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On the topic of auxilary lamps - I use a couple of auxilary lights made by "Neolite" - use them whenever i do night driving - they work well and at 700 a pair (includes 55W h3 bulbs) they are value for money - and yes they are made in india and are of pretty decent quality
Can we have some pictures please.
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Hi Milecruncher, I saw this thread just now. I have installed four Hella 500 comet projectors on my Chevy. You can see the pic in my garage.

Since you haven't got a positive feedback on the Hella 500, let me give you one. I have been using them for quite a long time. They are absolutely brilliant. I went to Kodai and Ooty through Velankanni two months back. My lights lit up the highway like a christmas tree! I could see even small pebbles clearly.

I have posted some pics of my Hella's beams, shot at night, in my travelogue's first post.

I do not believe in spending 6k on auxiliary lights, when the same power can be extracted from a Hella 500. Moreover costly lights attract thieves. So why give them unnecessary temptation??
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Can we have some pictures please.
Here you go Automotive Headlamps Manufacturer,Auto Head Lamps,Automotive Head Lamps,Auto Headlamps Manufacturer,Car Head Lamps,Automotive Headlamp Exporters the ones i have are the neo 801 in clear lens
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On the topic of auxilary lamps - I use a couple of auxilary lights made by "Neolite" - use them whenever i do night driving - they work well and at 700 a pair (includes 55W h3 bulbs) they are value for money - and yes they are made in india and are of pretty decent quality
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700/pair sounds like a steal! Could we have some snaps please and where did you buy them?
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From where did you get these lights, was it any where from bangalore. If from bangalore can you give the address.
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In Bangalore try Car Fancy for hella Rally 3000 and he'll do a good job of fixing them as well. But the old question of weather they are are legal comes back again...perhaps keep them covered
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Finally got Hella 500FF fitted on my Bolero. Details can be seen here http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/long-t...ml#post1998158 (Bolero Storm: First Black VLX in India-Now with a new Heart)
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Thanks Rossi!

Your Gypsy looks really good. But could you elaborate a bit more on how much is the throw in terms of Metres and what are those Yellow Lights?
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Hella rally 1000 comes only in clear lense. It has long & wide beam & range is approx 300meters.

Rallye 1000 is right choice.
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recently i installed some NEO lights.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-te...ml#post2236863 (Off-Roading Lights)
the only problem is they are vibrating very much due to their installation on the bumper.

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neo 579 (spot light) ---460/-
neo 929 (driving light)- 400/-

push buttons (2) -------40/-
5mm wire (40 ft) ------120/-
8mm wire (5 ft) --------50/-
h4 relay --------------180/-
labor------------------130/-
misc------------------100/-

total --1480/-


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My Swift with Stock headlights + stock fog lights + Hella 1000's The Hella's are focussed as to not blind oncoming traffic (typically for city driving) BUT they have a marvelous throw if you were to re-focus them that is move the focus up.
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Old 3rd September 2011, 18:48   #42
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neolite is cheap, but the guys who fix them always do a shaby job!
I never had a clean experience on my zen and even on my getz! Does the car fancy do a good job?
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Came across Rayzer - the sexiest Auxiliary Lamps ever made ! Its a mind-blowing product Swedish product that I saw in an Ad in Overdrive Magazine! Got one installed last week in my Innova. Its a head-turner, as all the people on the road just stop to watch its magnificence !

Common auxiliary lamps have many issues - hard to install, spoil the appearance of a vehicle, reduce fuel efficiency because they hinder with the aerodynamics of the car, prone of theft and breakage, difficult to align...........

Rayzer HID Auxiliary Lamp is installed inside the cabin in the space between the rear-view mirror and the windscreen. It is detachable and can also be shared between several cars. It is powered through the cigarette lighter socket. It is synchronized with the high beam of the car, so it switches on only when you are on high beam (i guess its a safety aspect !).

Its very powerful with 4300K of pure white HID light..For all you guys out there, have scanned it for your reference.



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Came across Rayzer - the sexiest Auxiliary Lamps ever made ! Its a mind-blowing product Swedish product that I saw in an Ad in Overdrive Magazine! Got one installed last week in my Innova. Its a head-turner, as all the people on the road just stop to watch its magnificence !
Looks really neat. Could you share the price and place of installation.

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recently i installed some NEO lights.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/4x4-te...ml#post2236863 (Off-Roading Lights)
the only problem is they are vibrating very much due to their installation on the bumper.


Hi Nikhil,

Could please tell me where you got the Neolites from? I have been looking for them but haven't been able to find them here locally in Hyderabad. I'm ok to order online or over phone and do Cash on Delivery.

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