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Old 9th July 2007, 21:12   #556
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Guys any reviews on BOSCH H.I.D's ?
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Old 9th July 2007, 22:27   #557
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I have ordered mine from Autolamps website. Fellow member razor4077 recently had a pair delivered but hasn't tried them as yet. See link below:

Philips HID,Philips Visionplus,Philips BlueVision,Philips DiamondVision, Philips Power2night and GE HID,GE Megalightplus, GE Euroblue sold by the industry experts

X-treme Power costs $40 a pair at Autolamps.

Tsk mentioned that these are available at the authorized dealer in Delhi, but I can't confirm. As per last info received, these are still not available in India officially.
Contact speedonline. He went to distributor, and was directed to an exclusive dealer.
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Old 9th July 2007, 23:05   #558
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Can speedonline post here for the benefit of all.
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All HID are kits, with Ballast. Not a big deal, but make sure you go to a guy who knows how to wire headlights and relays.
Okies, thanks for the info.
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need your help again guys.

eBay Motors: HID CONVERSION KIT Bi-Xenon 9003 H4 9004 9007 H13 Hi/Lo (item 190129857870 end time Jul-14-07 22:00:00 PDT)

will this fit on my innova?
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yes, its H4 so it will fit. But you will require some wiring stuff etc., for relays and all. Need a good installer to do a HID job.
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they are giving the ballasts etc with it. and i already have relays on my car. yep ill find someone good to fit it. thanks tsk.cheers:
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Can speedonline post here for the benefit of all.
PM him & he'll do it, otherwise I'll call him & ask him to put up the info here.
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Had PMed Speedonline today afternoon, he said he will post the info in the evening, so waiting guys.
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Which bulb to use for getting yellow/ all weather light on an H3 ? 55/60 preferred.

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just got narva 100/90w bulbs for my getz. got them with bosch relay. and changed the parking lights too. total was rs.1275
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Ok guys I got rid of my Right Narva too.
Currently the light with the left Halonix +60 was so good that it looked as if the car has 1 headlight.
At the shop I saw Osram 100/90
Since that bulb is 80rs(similar to Halonix at 90rs) I got that.
The Halonix is slightly brighter.
So Now I can finally rate....
1. Halonix +60 100/90
2. Osram 100/90
3. Philips 130/100
4. Narva 100/90
5. Philips Ralleye 100/90
6. Roots 100/90W
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Thanks alot Tsk for the very valuable info, can we know where does Hella stand & by Osram you mean Silverstar right, thats white isint it?

Whats is the colour of Halonix?

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Currently the light with the left Halonix +60 was so good that it looked as if the car has 1 headlight.
One or two? :S

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Thanks alot Tsk for the very valuable info, can we know where does Hella stand & by Osram you mean Silverstar right, thats white isint it?

Whats is the colour of Halonix?



One or two? :S
Well the box says Osram 100/90. Its a normal bulb not the +40/30 kind.
Halonix is normal color not white
As for one or two, well what I meant was the halonix is so bright compared to Narva that it looked as if right headight was not working. You can see the pics a few pages before.

As for Hella gold, they will be excellent while fog and rain. But never used it on my indica.
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Which bulb to use for getting yellow/ all weather light on an H3 ? 55/60 preferred.
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