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Old 7th September 2011, 08:39   #46
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Came across Rayzer - .. Got one installed last week in my Innova.
@Ashm99, the product looks intresting. What was the price for the unit ? Can you share the set up in your Innova, with pics of actual usage at night ? I did check their web-site, but was not able to make out how correct the video is. The pics did seem to show better lighting at the sides too.

Also, the installation manual says to not leave this in the car in summer, or extreme winters. If it cannot stand Swedish summers, can it withstand Indian summer heat ?

The external dimensions of the unit have a fixed shape. So how can this be adapted to the different cars, since the incline of the windshield of each car will be different.

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Old 7th September 2011, 10:23   #47
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@condor, found the following while searching about Rayzer.

"The Rayzer currently only works with angled windshields, however a vertical windshield product will be available this year."

Even I would be interested for one, but the price seems to be very high, some sites are quoting 995$.

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Old 7th September 2011, 13:04   #48
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Looks really neat. Could you share the price and place of installation.
I checked with the Chennai office.
Its 45K in India
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MRP of the Rayzer Kit in India is only 25k ! I found it quite less than other countries around the world. Contact points for Rayzer installation were given in that ad. Mentioning below for your reference -

Bangalore - 99163-32255
Mumbai - 98920-29279
Chennai - 98406-77000
Kerala - 98952-53201

Installation hardly took around 10 minutes. Dealer (Popular Car Accessroies, Malad, Mumbai) didn't charge me anything extra for installation.
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As much as the concept is intresting, I was not able to find much review of the product, even though it is said to be around for about 3-4 years now.
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Friends,

Checking Hella Rallye 500 FF or Comet 500 for Scorpio.
What is the difference in Rallye and Comet? Anything specific beams/reflectors used?
Will fitting them on Nudge bar need any clamping or is it a direct fit?

I am looking for highway illumination for frequent trips.

Please advice.
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What is the difference in Rallye and Comet? Anything specific beams/reflectors used?
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Please check here for a brief info
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...ml#post1950531 (The Hella Experience - 500 FF)
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rayzer - Visualeyes - Safety Innovation Performance
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How is it like?Since you seem to have already installed it? Does it differ drastically?


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MRP of the Rayzer Kit in India is only 25k ! I found it quite less than other countries around the world. Contact points for Rayzer installation were given in that ad. Mentioning below for your reference -

Bangalore - 99163-32255
Mumbai - 98920-29279
Chennai - 98406-77000
Kerala - 98952-53201

Installation hardly took around 10 minutes. Dealer (Popular Car Accessroies, Malad, Mumbai) didn't charge me anything extra for installation.
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MRP of the Rayzer Kit in India is only 25k ! I found it quite less than other countries around the world. Contact points for Rayzer installation were given in that ad. Mentioning below for your reference -

Bangalore - 99163-32255
Mumbai - 98920-29279
Chennai - 98406-77000
Kerala - 98952-53201

Installation hardly took around 10 minutes. Dealer (Popular Car Accessroies, Malad, Mumbai) didn't charge me anything extra for installation.
Hey Ashm99... could you upload pictures of the installation in the Innova? Do you think it will fit inside a Scorpio? Could you please post a few pictures of how the beams look like without the headlights switched on? Is it anything like the advertisement? What is the response from oncoming traffic? Since it is mounted inside, does it sit flush with the windscreen? Is there any reflection INSIDE the cabin when these lights are on? Would really appreciate pictures.
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Old 7th October 2011, 17:35   #56
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I called the bangalore number, and he confirmed the price is 25k. He hasn't fitted it yet for a Scorpio - will probably test it out next week.
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I called the bangalore number, and he confirmed the price is 25k. He hasn't fitted it yet for a Scorpio - will probably test it out next week.

Mate.. hows installation went..? any picture ? hows performance?
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Mate.. hows installation went..? any picture ? hows performance?
These can't be fit on the Scorpio. The car needs to have a less acute sloping windshield. It will fit most sedans or hatchbacks though.
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this rayzer thingie looks awesome BUT won't it be a danger for oncoming traffic?? I mean such a level of light throw will blind the oncoming traffic for sure as it is also installed at a higher level than the usual light place i.e. on the inside RVM, which will be eye level for the oncoming traffic.

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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.
Sorry for late reply.
MAALIK AUTO STORES
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020-26133121

UPDATE:

Last month I bought 2 pairs of NOE 1010 at 1700/- from above shop.

yesterday bought HELLA 700FF at 5600/- from Aurangabad (MH).
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