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Old 17th June 2013, 11:05   #76
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@Sankar: You have convinced me

Have been in a fix trying to decide which one to buy for my swift after a friend very accidentally managed to break my black magic 500s. Being a remorseful friend he has offered to buy me new ones if after i said it is ok. Ah such nice friends

Can you let me know where you got it from?

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Old 17th June 2013, 12:14   #77
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Rallye 3003 compacts on my Swift.
Previous post in this thread didn't have details on wiring and original install details. So adding the link below.
Rallye 3003 Compact - wiring and 1st install (Auto Lighting thread : Post all queries about automobile lighting here)

@deathwalkr, Get it from these guys, they claim to be official distributors. Their website isn't fully up and running but you can contact them to order. Couple of weeks back another tvm member got himself a set of Ralllye 500FF from shownshine.

Show N Shine
2713-B, Lothian Road, Kashmere Gate
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email: Shikhar@shownshine.co.in/info@shownshine.co.in
Web: www.shownshine.co.in
FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/HELLARallyeLight

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You can also get those from SnapDeal.com and Autotrends.in, they carry these lamps in ther online stores.

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what's the damage for these 3003 compact !
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Thanks for the info.

Shall pick em up
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got it from snapdeal at 7100 for a pair. they had a 10% discount running as well so that helped. cant wait to get them
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^ Nice! Once you have them on your car let me know how these lamps compare with the 500 Blackmagic that you had earlier.

H1 55W bulb in this lamp provides great illumination for road usage. I went from 55W Hella, to 100W Osram and to 55W NB+. Finally settled with NB+ since the light output was more than sufficient for my needs for the lower wattage it consumed.
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Definitely. From the pics posted by you, i can easily it is going to be much better than the black magics. But shall compare stock to stock and update.
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Do we have any cheaper options when it comes to compact lamps? Those hella 3003 compact cost around 4k a piece and damn expensive. The Neolite on the other hand are VFM but not sure if they come in compact design.
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Do we have any cheaper options when it comes to compact lamps? Those hella 3003 compact cost around 4k a piece and damn expensive. The Neolite on the other hand are VFM but not sure if they come in compact design.
Hi,

please see this link for small Aux-Lamps from Neolights.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...ml#post2243110 (Auxiliary Lamps)

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Fixed up 500FF on my Endeavour. Got it from Show N Shine in Delhi. A good person to deal with.

@ sankar, where in TVM did you get the nightbreakers from ? and what type of bulb goes into the hellas ?
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Fixed up 500FF on my Endeavour. Got it from Show N Shine in Delhi. A good person to deal with.

@ sankar, where in TVM did you get the nightbreakers from ? and what type of bulb goes into the hellas ?
The lightbar looks good on your Endaevour! 500FF looks swell with the grill type stone guards.

I bought the H4 and H1 (for Hella) Nightbreaker Plus from Autotrends.in the delivery was fast enough. I believe H3 is the bulb type of the 500FF lamps and i'm not sure if nightbreakers or xtreme vision would be available in this type, but you can go for 100W H3.
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Hi,

please see this link for small Aux-Lamps from Neolights.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...ml#post2243110 (Auxiliary Lamps)

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Thanks Nikhil. I saw your post and i have few queries
1. What is the diff between spot beam and driving beam? What is the advantage of one over the other?
2. For Hatchback (Spark) do you recommend any other compact models from neolite?
3. Are they available online / do you know where i can get these in bangalore?
4. Does it come with wiring, Relay? If not, what config of wiring and Relay do you recommend?
5.I am running on stock headlamps. What bulb config do you think would amplify the output of the auxiliary lamps? Legal and should not bind the oncoming traffic.

Aux lamps will be primarily used for night driving & rainy night driving
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@sankar / sun,

can you please suggest a place in trivandrum from where you can get the install done? A good mechanic / shop who are capable of doing this?
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Hey guys, I got a pair of Neolite 1010 lights installed on my Waggie.

The installation was a bit of a pain, as the Waggie doesn't come with a metal bar behind the front bumper.

Had to resort to some old school welding and tinkering to create a custom bracket, welded to the chassis.

Here are some install pics, sorry for the poor quality, they were clicked in my non - autofocus phone camera:

As you can see there is no metal bar behind the bumper to fix a bracket to in the Waggie.

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So this is what I came up with.

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Yep, even I think its very crude!


The end result

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And once the installation is complete.

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It really looks good & i'm sure the light is also excellent. By the way, have you painted the weld joint with at least a primer? Any weld is a red carpet welcome to oxidization (rust). Please do cover it if not already done.
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Hi, I did the tinkering work at Hi Tech maruthi workshop @ prasanth nagar. Electrical work was done @ a nearby electrical shop.




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can you please suggest a place in trivandrum from where you can get the install done? A good mechanic / shop who are capable of doing this?
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