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Old 30th May 2008, 13:24   #1741
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If you need to put a relay kit go for ROOTS as it is supposed to be a good kit.
I would also reccommend Lucas wiring kit. Costs around 500 bucks and equally good if not better. Comes with the wiring harness and fuses.
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Old 30th May 2008, 13:26   #1742
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Default OSRAM Nightbreaker 90% in Gurgaon/Delhi?

Can anybody tell me the source for getting OSRAM Nightbreaker 90% in Gurgaon/Delhi.

I want to try them on my SX4, before moving for 100/90 w.
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Old 30th May 2008, 14:55   #1743
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Can anybody tell me the source for getting OSRAM Nightbreaker 90% in Gurgaon/Delhi.

I want to try them on my SX4, before moving for 100/90 w.
Hi, I have tried + 50% etc ,remember all these are 55/60w.even if it +90% it may not be better than 100/90w. I settled 100/90 + 60% HALONIX. I'M happy.
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Old 30th May 2008, 17:57   #1744
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Can anybody tell me the source for getting OSRAM Nightbreaker 90% in Gurgaon/Delhi.

I want to try them on my SX4, before moving for 100/90 w.
Have found out. Will let you know tmrw morning.
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Old 30th May 2008, 18:52   #1745
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I am going in for Narva 100/90 with Bosch/Roots relay for my SX4 as I don't get much light with Philips crystal vision.
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Old 31st May 2008, 12:33   #1746
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yup narva are very good, go for them
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Old 31st May 2008, 16:06   #1747
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Have found out. Will let you know tmrw morning.
Great buddy, even found one shop in GGN having these bulbs for whooping 1600 Rs. Also I can not even try them as they are sealed.

so I am confused what to do.

Please let me know the price at your source..
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Old 31st May 2008, 20:43   #1748
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Does anyone in NCR/elsewhere have a current price idea for the OHC Type 1 headlamp assembly (RHS + LHS) ?
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Old 2nd June 2008, 01:16   #1749
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Default Narva 100/90

Yesterday I have put Narva 100/90. But I couldn't get either BOSCH/Roots relay set, he had some other imported relay set which costs 750. I told that I am keen on Roots relay, then he replaced main component with the ROOTS and other wirings, connectors were the imported stuff.

The spread of the beam is good and the high beam is very powerful than the previous one. I was trying to get a cooler beam like the Diamond vision with 100/90, but those kind is not available.

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I am going in for Narva 100/90 with Bosch/Roots relay for my SX4 as I don't get much light with Philips crystal vision.
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Default Good place for 100/90 bulbs

Hey guys,

In the last week my third set of 100/90 bulbs blew in one year. First one was Rally while the other two were Blue Vision. There has been no problem with the wiring, holders or relay. I'm using Roots kit.

Am fed up with not being able to find a decent place to buy genuine 100/90 bulbs (in Faridabad or Delhi).

I was looking through autolamps-online. There was no 100/90 Bluevision. Has philips stopped production of the same.

Also, Rally in 100/90 was for $20 odd per piece. That's about 800 per bulb while we get it for about 100-150/bulb here. Do you think that the one here is actually genuine.

Also, is it worthwhile ordering from autolamps-online or other online store. Let me know.

Waiting for replys and great lighting

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Naman, I suggest you get Halonix +60 100/90W bulbs. They cost around 190 a pair and do the job well. Since its not an international brand, duplicacy is not present at all
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I dont know if Osrams sell the kind of bulbe you are looking for, but take a look at this. PM me if you want the contact info
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...mps-delhi.html (Bulk Purchase: Osram Headlamps Delhi.)
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Old 4th June 2008, 00:38   #1753
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Eddy I hope you are aware that +90 and +80 kind of high output 60/55W bulbs have approx 1/4th the life of normal bulbs.
This is a well known fact, and its not recommended to use these in conditions where you will be doing high low switch very often(for example our highways)
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Old 4th June 2008, 00:42   #1754
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Well, I was not aware actually. And yes, I do a lot of high-low-high quite often as a substitute for honking.
What alternative do you suggest in stock wattage, if any ?
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In that case Eddy stick to +30%(Vision +) or Osram(+50%)
The Xtreme Power and Nightbreaker series have low life(you can browse many online forums dedicated to automibile lighting for details and the technical reasons)
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