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Old 14th July 2007, 19:49   #571
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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
Yesterday my dad bought the Halonix +60 100/90 for me. Yet to install them as im down with Viral, so will post my review later.

Also found out about the Osram, was told that they are 100/80 and not 100/90, true?
Btw, got the Halonix pair for 150 (and yes its genuine, I can guarantee it)
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Swathy, the yellowish light is great for bad weather, but in normal use you would be better off with normal light. White light reflects better from reflectors on road etc.,
You want to stick to 60/55W, in that case the best bulb I have used (Out of Vision+, Bluevision and Osram Silverstar 30%+) the osram was the best.
I was told by speedonline that philips 80%+ 60/50W gives out almost as much light as Ralleye 100/90W

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Yesterday my dad bought the Halonix +60 100/90 for me. Yet to install them as im down with Viral, so will post my review later.

Also found out about the Osram, was told that they are 100/80 and not 100/90, true?
Btw, got the Halonix pair for 150 (and yes its genuine, I can guarantee it)
Same here, Viral fever, very bad throat and cold.
I got halonix +60 for 90rs a bulb. 150 a pair seems like a better deal!
Osram produces many varieties, The one I have is 100/90W, I guess like bosch they produce a 100/80W too.
But Halonix light is definitely better than OSram.
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I do plan yellow light for my fog lamps.( which has white as oem) It needs h3. I am having an adventure.
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Had PMed Speedonline today afternoon, he said he will post the info in the evening, so waiting guys.

Sorry guys, have been realy busy

The details of the dealer are:
Sirnath Brothers
Outer Circle,
connaught place.

Will post the phone numbers as soon as i get home.

The distributer is Mr. Sunil.

Regarding the Philips 80%, i am told that the bulbs that were shown to me were samples and that philips has not launched the bulb offically.
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For the fog lamps Yellow H3 makes sense.
However they won't be 60/55W. they will have just one wattage, for example 50W
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Regarding the Philips 80%, i am told that the bulbs that were shown to me were samples and that philips has not launched the bulb offically.
Ah... relieved! I was thinking Murphy's law... Philips introduces it in India just after I source them from abroad at a high price.

Any idea when they're going to be launched here?
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Same here, Viral fever, very bad throat and cold.
-DITTO- Its terrible man, almost every 3rd person has viral, made my BP drop to 90/60
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For the fog lamps Yellow H3 makes sense.
However they won't be 60/55W. they will have just one wattage, for example 50W
TSK which H3 bulbs are the brightest? I should upgrade the H3 also with the Halonix +60 right!
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I have Palio and want to upgarde my lights. I use the car only in city. I like white light blubs. Please can anyone advise what i should look for. What bulbs are used in Palio for low and high beam?

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palio uses H1 for high beam and H 7 for low beam.
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People take care of your health. It's because of weather change too much rain now days.

Take care.
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Can i change only low beam to white lights?
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Old 15th July 2007, 23:27   #582
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yes, you can go for it.
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I have bought a pair of H1 & H7 Philips Blue Vision bulbs.

Can you please help me to know if is there are any standard indicators to check the [FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=3]authentic [/SIZE][/FONT]of the bulbs .
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Hi,
Very informative thread, but very confusing. I am looking good lighting solution for my Swift Vxi (Petrol). A car accessory shop guy in Mumbai showed me Philips Ralley 100/90. Is this the best solution?

My driving is 60% city and 40% highway. Stock bulbs in Mumbai rains are not sufficient.

Can someone please help me with best available option for swift. How much will it cost in Mumbai? Where will I get genuine Philips bulbs in Mumbai?
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If you want to use ralley 100/90 it should be supported by relay. Or you can use philips vision + or diamond vision , they are 55/60 and good as per many bhpians.
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