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    Decent H4 globes. What's the hotness?

    Want to upgrade my H4 halogen globes to something decent as night time driving isn't the best experience.

    I've just got some generic ones in at the moment as I recently upgraded the factory sealed beam units.

    Thanks

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    Powerbulbs
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      #3
      Osram Nightbreakers are good, but they don't seem to last in H4s.

      All 4 H7s in my other car are still going strong 5 years later, odly.
      Originally posted by brewdles
      In short, some cunt at test and tune had a 250cc honda turning to 11ty and it sounded porn. Do that.

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        #4
        You can get harness kits from ebay that comes with relays connectors etc, that will provide a direct 12v from the battery
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          #5
          Originally posted by 080GMH View Post
          ....factory sealed beam units.
          Which car? are they 7" round sealed beam lights or something else?

          I just bought some Hella LED 7" round units to put in an old Range Rover, supposedly the ducks guts, will be a while until we see them in action though.
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            #6
            Originally posted by Tripper View Post
            You can get harness kits from ebay that comes with relays connectors etc, that will provide a direct 12v from the battery
            Yeah, that's what I need to get. They don't get the full amount of juice.
            Originally posted by brewdles
            In short, some cunt at test and tune had a 250cc honda turning to 11ty and it sounded porn. Do that.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Jack Nicholson View Post
              Which car? are they 7" round sealed beam lights or something else?

              I just bought some Hella LED 7" round units to put in an old Range Rover, supposedly the ducks guts, will be a while until we see them in action though.
              Got a set of 7" from Kababs shop. Pretty good with Narva +40 globes. Bang for your buck.
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                The headlight output in my Camry, and Supra are very mid 90s average...

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Jack Nicholson View Post
                  Which car? are they 7" round sealed beam lights or something else?
                  Hilux, they are rectangular.

                  Thinking of grabbing the Philips RacingVision GT200, they are a new release and look decent going by the specs.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by 080GMH View Post

                    Hilux, they are rectangular.

                    Thinking of grabbing the Philips RacingVision GT200, they are a new release and look decent going by the specs.
                    Autobarn does the Philips range at 30% off every few months. I've bought a couple of the White Vision stuff with good success.
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                      #11
                      I put nightbreakers in the golf and they lasted like less than a year, put Navra or some shit from autobahn and it's only a very very small tinge of yellow compared to the nigh breakers but no problems so far

                      fuck the new halogen bulbs, they are a fucking rip off merchant, the Osram - H4-12-6055UV has the same output as the night breaker but half the price if not more than half the price the only difference is the hue of the light and I prefer the hue of the cheaper one Vs the night breaker, sometimes is cheaper to just retrofit the lense and go morimoto
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                        #12
                        I stock Philips in Long Life and +30%. Wouldn't bother with pretty much anything else.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by mrkebabs View Post

                          Autobarn does the Philips range at 30% off every few months. I've bought a couple of the White Vision stuff with good success.
                          still twice the price as powerbulbs, powerbulbs always have a discout code on the front page, typically its around 20%. Price includes postage, sure it comes the UK and takes a week to get here,

                          phillips xtreme vison +130%
                          autobarn $109.99
                          powerbulbs $45.29 or $36.23 with code



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                            Powerbulbs now has a warehouse in Australia and orders often get sent out from there. It was mentioned in mailouts from Powerbulbs.
                            We are now able to offer selected bulbs with a fast 3 day shipping option, sent direct from our Sydney warehouse.
                            Last edited by Banzai; 24-11-20, 11:43 PM.
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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Tripper View Post
                              You can get harness kits from ebay that comes with relays connectors etc, that will provide a direct 12v from the battery
                              Very worth getting for some cars.
                              The Toyota's ive looked at run full current back to the stalk through undersized wiring. Drops a couple of volts by the time it gets to the globe.
                              A relay kit does make a decent difference.

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