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View Poll Results: Whats your experience with the Swift Aftermarket projectors ?
Im running projectors & satisfied as they offer better performance than 100/90 halogen bulbs 16 18.39%
Im running projectors and not satisfied :( 7 8.05%
My friends friends friend has them and they are super cool cos his car looks like a UFO 48 55.17%
I am running HID's in the stock Swift HL assembly as the projectors suck !! 16 18.39%
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Old 8th February 2009, 22:38   #151
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Okay the Angel Eyes have arrived. Now its the wait for the HIDs, Osrams and the HID Fog lamps! Hopefully everything should be in place by next weekend.

Sorry for the bad pic quality. N82 at times acts very weird. Special thanks to Viper for sourcing the same.
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Old 8th February 2009, 22:41   #152
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Not wire cutting or alteration is involved to fit these lights.They are plug and play.No issues should be there for warranty as well
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Okay the puzzle is slowly getting solved. Got my HIDs from the US today.

50W ballast and HIDs. I had ordered for 4300K. But am not able to see the same anywhere. Is it written somewhere on the bulb ?
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Old 10th February 2009, 23:42   #154
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No tag on the bulb? Did you test them as yet?

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Old 10th February 2009, 23:44   #155
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noidaboy its 4300k thats not mentioned anywhere.

how can we test what rating it is? just by the color of the beam?

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Old 10th February 2009, 23:49   #156
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There's nothing written on them. And how can I test them ? Color of the beam wont exactly tell the difference between 4300K and 6000K to the naked eye I guess.
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There is huge difference in the colour of 4300k and 6000k. You can easily tell the difference once the bulb lights up and has heated up to it's optimum temperature.

6000k is pure white all the time, where as 4300k starts of white but after heating up turns yellowish. You can look at any Skodas for reference. They all use 4300k bulbs.

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There is huge difference in the colour of 4300k and 6000k. You can easily tell the difference once the bulb lights up and has heated up to it's optimum temperature.

6000k is pure white all the time, where as 4300k starts of white but after heating up turns yellowish. You can look at any Skodas for reference. They all use 4300k bulbs.
Okay cool. I mailed the eBay seller. He's assured me that the bulbs are 4300K. But how come they are selling the bulbs without any identification mark on them ?

Other users of HIDs, have you come across the K value printed anywhere on the bulb ?
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Other users of HIDs, have you come across the K value printed anywhere on the bulb ?
Speaking of this. Even I have not seen any rating being mentioned on the bulbs that are present in my car. Strange.
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check out Honda Civic Parts Source for everything related to the Civic

But Vikram the projector lights posted on that website deals only with the USA spec civic which has different styled headlights.
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The Osram night breakers have arrived from UK. Paid some 1100 bucks through eBay. Damn I'm turning into an eBay freak now

So the Angels should be up this weekend. I have a couple of queries though. For the indicator slot, there are no bulbs provided in the kit. So will it be a direct fit into the existing slot for the car ? Any good place to install the same in Chennai ?
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The Osram night breakers have arrived from UK. Paid some 1100 bucks through eBay. Damn I'm turning into an eBay freak now

So the Angels should be up this weekend. I have a couple of queries though. For the indicator slot, there are no bulbs provided in the kit. So will it be a direct fit into the existing slot for the car ? Any good place to install the same in Chennai ?
*Bump*

Here are the Osrams. Can someone please answer my query here ?
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i can see the puzzle coming together.
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Use the stock indicator bulb + holder.It works perfect
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Can anybody here quote the approx. expenses for Angel eyes in NHC?
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