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I found these,

 

http://www.dx.com/p/ccfl-55w-3000k-350lm-car-angel-eyes-projector-fog-lamps-pair-12v-104406#.U-jMifl_uPs

 

Angle eye part is nice and unnecessary, what I wonder is how these (and this kind of things) will perform for lightning at night? Are these lens is good for it? for high beam, low beam,,, ??

 

I had black mamba headlight but they barely lightning themselves and some parts fell on previous trip. Perfect quality and performance :thumbsup:  Unfortunately I don't have the OEM too.

 

 

HIDs are lightning strong but I am looking for a double 35W halogen lightning project. 

 

Any idea/experience ? 

 

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I went with this.....

What is this? bulb, case, wattage... ?? 

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They're a fog light kit with 55 watt H3 Halogen bulbs from Walmart that cost $20. I made the headlight/turn signal bracket that they mount to from a scrap piece of aluminum.

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I found these,

 

http://www.dx.com/p/ccfl-55w-3000k-350lm-car-angel-eyes-projector-fog-lamps-pair-12v-104406#.U-jMifl_uPs

 

Angle eye part is nice and unnecessary, what I wonder is how these (and this kind of things) will perform for lightning at night? Are these lens is good for it? for high beam, low beam,,, ??

 

I had black mamba headlight but they barely lightning themselves and some parts fell on previous trip. Perfect quality and performance :thumbsup:  Unfortunately I don't have the OEM too.

 

 

HIDs are lightning strong but I am looking for a double 35W halogen lightning project. 

 

Any idea/experience ? 

 

 

yes. a friend of mine went with a similar H4 replacement like this

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pair-CREE-40W-4800LM-6000K-H4-9003-HB2-Hi-Lo-Car-LED-Headlight-Kit-Headlamp-Bulb-/111432757034?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item19f1e8ef2a&vxp=mtr

 

and it's incredibly bright, while not having too much scatter (blinding drivers!) and retaining the stock reflectro assembly. 

 

give LED a look, they are incredible outputs with small wattages, and much less waste heat. 

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yes. a friend of mine went with a similar H4 replacement like this

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pair-CREE-40W-4800LM-6000K-H4-9003-HB2-Hi-Lo-Car-LED-Headlight-Kit-Headlamp-Bulb-/111432757034?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item19f1e8ef2a&vxp=mtr

 

and it's incredibly bright, while not having too much scatter (blinding drivers!) and retaining the stock reflectro assembly. 

 

give LED a look, they are incredible outputs with small wattages, and much less waste heat. 

 

 

Yesterday my friend showed me a led bulb (30W) like this in his shop. It was the same brand; CREE. But it was bigger and may not fit in to those fog lamp cases. I didn't know there are this kind of led bulbs. I have leds but they are different.

 

What you send is really great. I know how leds are strong. And x2 cost ~40W, that is great. 

 

We talked wit my friend about HID, which are described as 35W. He told me the Xenon's can consume up to 85W on warm up. I was thinking doulbe lights both open (2x35W allways open). So probably It will force the battery too much when It is idling or engine off. I didn't like the idea. And low quality Xenon varies more frequently on wattage.

 

Leds do not have this kind problems. And have much more lifespan.

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