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[Loot] Osram H4 Led Headlights pair at 1850

[Loot] Osram H4 Led Headlights pair at 1850

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https://www.amazon.in/Osram-46204CW-Headlamp-in...

Osram H4 46204CW Headlamp integrated driver (Set of 2,25/25W 12V)

Buy before its gone. Works with bikes also, having DC wired headlamps

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Great. These light are actually pretty awesome. Icing on the cake is that they use just 25W as compared to stock 50/55. Whatelse, they are from osram. But don't expect too much on highways on a rainy days, for that halogens are good, on usual nights they are just more than enough bright owing to 25W

I myself use 90/110 with relay installed

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mandass wrote:

Great. These light are actually pretty awesome. Icing on the cake is that they use just 25W as compared to stock 50/55. Whatelse, they are from osram. But don't expect too much on highways on a rainy days, for that halogens are good, on usual nights they are just more than enough bright owing to 25W

I myself use 90/110 with relay installed

How much will the local mechanic can charge for installation .?
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mandass wrote:

Great. These light are actually pretty awesome. Icing on the cake is that they use just 25W as compared to stock 50/55. Whatelse, they are from osram. But don't expect too much on highways on a rainy days, for that halogens are good, on usual nights they are just more than enough bright owing to 25W

I myself use 90/110 with relay installed

I also had Philips Rally 90/100 halogen + Philips relay.

But it burned my car wiring.

When I took it to local repair shop, he charged 400 rupees to replace the relay wire.

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santochinna550 wrote:
How much will the local mechanic can charge for installation .?
depending on your rapo..150 (for the LED's posted here)-400 (for relay+bulbs)
The LED's don't require mechanic you could do it yourself.
Relay might require brass balls to diy


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prprabhat1273 wrote:
Not supported in my Nexon required H7 type
Don't even try in anybody's Nexon.. Not a good car to try on.

Btw, the post clearly says H4, why would anyone try on other fixtures ?
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mandass wrote:

Great. These light are actually pretty awesome. Icing on the cake is that they use just 25W as compared to stock 50/55. Whatelse, they are from osram. But don't expect too much on highways on a rainy days, for that halogens are good, on usual nights they are just more than enough bright owing to 25W

I myself use 90/110 with relay installed

Does these fit i20 elite dual tone 2018 model? Also i do atleast 2 highway trips in a year. Mostly morning. Are they that bad in rain? What about city rain rides?

If not these. Can u recommend best ones for my car. Stock ones suck big time. Cant see shet on highbeam most of the time
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Demondealer wrote:
Does these fit i20 elite dual tone 2018 model? Also i do atleast 2 highway trips in a year. Mostly morning. Are they that bad in rain? What about city rain rides?

If not these. Can u recommend best ones for my car. Stock ones suck big time. Cant see shet on highbeam most of the time

Check the user manual, it should mention socket type h4, h7 etc. 

Leds/White 6000k is not recommended for rainy days no matter what the lumen output. For night sticl between 3700-5000k. 4300k is a sweet spot but hard to find. 

There are a lot of projectors available specifically made for i20, if you have budget try those. 

Best one I wpuld suggest are Philips Relay and a pair of 90/100W Philips/Osram halogen bulbs. 

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Demondealer wrote:
Does these fit i20 elite dual tone 2018 model? Also i do atleast 2 highway trips in a year. Mostly morning. Are they that bad in rain? What about city rain rides?

If not these. Can u recommend best ones for my car. Stock ones suck big time. Cant see shet on highbeam most of the time
If driving in rain and fog is your concern get IPH M617 Projector 3 in 1 fog lights, your car may require some retrofitting if it doesn't have round fog lights. The second best would be GTR fog light projectors but they come only in 6000k whilte lights. Leds which are sold as 4300 K are rarely the right color. Some good brands of led bulbs to go for would be dhc pro, gvaa, novisight, excelite, autobahn, aozoom nippon etc
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If anyone is looking to retrofit, try the laser fog lights from hypersonic India. They are the cheapest and probably the best till date.

But use them as fog lamps only, using them as headlight will not do justice to the oncoming traffic.

The throw is 600m+

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