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Old 7th July 2019, 14:10   #406
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Hello Bhpians,

I own a 14 Innova and I planning to go for sinolyn projectors along with their HID kit. The kit and projectors will be fitted in the foglamps itself. Has anyone used sinolyn projectors and HID kit. If yes, please give me your valuable inputs on the same.

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I think rather than ordering this setup from Aliexpress you can look up local providers like Blaze India or Hybrid Customs, or Autobots. They should be able to provide you the product and help you with a local installer as well. Look them up on Facebook and contact them.
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I think rather than ordering this setup from Aliexpress you can look up local providers like Blaze India or Hybrid Customs, or Autobots. They should be able to provide you the product and help you with a local installer as well. Look them up on Facebook and contact them.
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Thanks for your valuable inputs. I wil surely contact them for the setup.
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Hello Bhpians,

I own a 14 Innova and I planning to go for sinolyn projectors along with their HID kit. The kit and projectors will be fitted in the foglamps itself. Has anyone used sinolyn projectors and HID kit. If yes, please give me your valuable inputs on the same.

Thanking in advance,
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I have fitted Sinolyn projectors in my Linea with Osram HID's and couldn't be happier. Details of the install and performance are listed in the link below.
https://www.team-bhp.com/forum/offic...ml#post4567050 (Fiat Linea T-Jet : Test Drive & Review)

I also have the 4300K HID kit installed in my Swift's fogs and it is as bright as the Osrams.

Hope this helps.
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I have fitted Sinolyn projectors in my Linea with Osram HID's and couldn't be happier. Details of the install and performance are listed in the link below.
Hello,

Thank you for the information. I went through your thread and I am quite impressed with the projectors+HID kit. This will surely help in my purchase decision.

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I am using IPHCAR fog projectors along with crystal eye HID kit and have no issues with it. I have heard that IPHCAR and SINOLYN projectors have a same design and quality. So I believe they will be a good set of projectors. However, I don't have any idea about the HID kit from SINOLYN.
Hello,

Thank you for your inputs. My major concern was the projectors. I will surely check the HID kit.
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Old 15th August 2019, 21:50   #411
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Hello,
I have a 2012 Honda Jazz with Philips Xtreme Vision Plus and I am looking for an upgrade. I have tried LEDs but found the reflector and headlamp design not suited for them and light just spreads out with no good focus. Do note I do not have fog lamps.
I would prefer a plug-n-play setup and don't want to change the headlamp unit. I am currently based out of Hyderabad and would want to know if there is a reliable installer who can guide me with the right upgrade. I had planned to get the OSRAM HID Conversion kit but I am not sure if that will completely solve my problem.
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Has anyone installed an HID conversion kit in a Tata Nexon (with projector)? I'd like to know some user opinion before taking the plunge for the Osram 35W HID conversion kit that I have zeroed in on right now. Seems like a DIY installation pretty much but would require cutting a hole in the rear dust cap for the bulb to allow the wires to come out from it.
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Old 25th September 2019, 03:28   #413
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Been reading up on the headlight upgrade option for my Verna. Finally decided that I'll get 35W HID Kit for the stock halogen projectors.

Now, TRS has both Morimoto and Hylux ballast option for 9005 Morimoto bulb. What do you guys think will be better? I've read good things about Hylux in the past - especially about bulb re-strike protection and faster start-up time. Price wise there is not much difference between the two [Hylux kit costs a bit less].

PS: I'm unable to source 35W Morimoto HID kit in India [tried all official options]
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Now with the new regulations can be add HiDs, projectors etc. Will we not run foul of the law. Some advice please.
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I am planning to upgrade my Ciaz lighting by adding Projector FogLamps and 4300k HID Kit.
I have shortlisted DMEX 42W Fast Start HID Kit and MAXGTRS 3 inch Projector foglamp.

I seek some advice from this forum (Option 1):
Is it safe to directly plug the 42W HID Kit with the Factory harness as its currently using 35W Halogen Bulb?
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Use 42W HID System with Low beam Projector Headlight and H8/H11 OSRAM NB laser G2 in projector Fog lamp.
Can anyone share me the wiring diagram for Hi-Lo beam setup for Projector foglamp
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I am planning to upgrade my Ciaz lighting by adding Projector FogLamps and 4300k HID Kit.
I have shortlisted DMEX 42W Fast Start HID Kit and MAXGTRS 3 inch Projector foglamp.

I seek some advice from this forum (Option 1):
Is it safe to directly plug the 42W HID Kit with the Factory harness as its currently using 35W Halogen Bulb?
Option 2:
Use 42W HID System with Low beam Projector Headlight and H8/H11 OSRAM NB laser G2 in projector Fog lamp.
Can anyone share me the wiring diagram for Hi-Lo beam setup for Projector foglamp
Hi Guru
The H7 bulb (halogen) in your Ciaz is already 55w , not 35w. Plugging in the 42w Dmex kit will not be an issue. Also the starting current of the dmex kit is around 6A (for few milliseconds) and stable current is around 4.1Amps.
For Fog lights I dont recommend long range Hi-lo projectors as fog lights are supposed to be short throw and wide spread for safety and warm colour light. Changing to Hi-lo will change every characteristic.
What I suggest is that you adjust the foglight levelling to increase throw distance a bit.
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Hi Guru
The H7 bulb (halogen) in your Ciaz is already 55w , not 35w. Plugging in the 42w Dmex kit will not be an issue. Also the starting current of the dmex kit is around 6A (for few milliseconds) and stable current is around 4.1Amps.
For Fog lights I dont recommend long range Hi-lo projectors as fog lights are supposed to be short throw and wide spread for safety and warm colour light. Changing to Hi-lo will change every characteristic.
What I suggest is that you adjust the foglight levelling to increase throw distance a bit.
Thanks, Behemoth,

Based on your suggestion, I have adjusted the foglamps. my left side foglamp was pointing downward. Hope this solves my visibility issue.

I will place an order for the DMEX HIK Kit with 4300K to be used for Low Beam.
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