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    Fitted some nighteye led headlights

    So I've been away from here for a while as the car had been off the road for 18months when we moved earlier last year, however I've now got it back on the road and am now tinkering with it again!

    Just got 2 sets of these new led headlights, fitted them a few weeks back, so far well impressed for 30!








    Beam pattern seems good, got them in full beam too now. Well impressed!

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    Now that looks good! Makes me want to go back to different lights now. These in dipped and main, and then matching 6k sidelights would be good!

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    Yep, I'm running cob 6000k sidelights too!

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    No warmup times either!

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    I like them are they plug and play unlike hid's. If so do you have a link?!

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    Yep, straight plug & play.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/262569528275

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    They look really cool. Would like to see them in the flesh


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scutch0 View Post
    Yep, straight plug & play.
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/262569528275
    Cheers mate how was delivery time as they give a rather large lead time.

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    Wow they look rather cool just put them in my watch list, I had led bulbs in my flashers but was rubbish they just kept blinking and did not improve the lighting at all, these look alot better ����
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    Any pics of how they sit on the back of the headlight?

    Looking at where the locating lugs looks like they may be quite bulky at the back?


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    They took about a week to arrive, tbh, I'm really impressed with them, much cleaner light than my previous hids.
    Wet weather is very similar to hids though, full beam is amazing however.

    There's not a huge amount of room for them, but they sit ok, I had to take the battery out to get enough clearance to fully twist them in, which btw seems easier than with normal 9005's so it's possible they're closer to the factory jap spec bulbs I guess.

    I'll try and get some pics later.

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    I was considering these, but they look like they will give clearance issues behind the lights, as I have an SRD overflow tank between the battery and headlight
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    They're worth a punt at that price, although, I thought that LED's weren't legal for driving light use - or am I making that up?
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    Also, did you need any resistors for these to work?
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    I curious how these compare to 55watt HIDs as I do like my HIDs for brightness but had several bulbs & ballasts fail on me last year, so could be tempted by these.


    Also, how hot do these get as the aluminium heatsink on them is rather substantial.

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