Original Poster. Meltham Terrier. Dr Doofenshmirtz. Gassing Station » General Gassing. Search My 35w Vs 55w Hid Bangladeshi Sex Video New 3 12 24 HughG Original Poster 3, posts months.
The dim candles that adorn the front of the car need replacing with something better purely on safety ground so I've been looking at HIDs. So I was wondering whether I should be going for 35W or 55W?
Meltham Terrier posts months. You want to buy the brightest you can find and get the ones with the purple colour high 35w Vs 55w Hid rate are best. These must be fitted to non projector style headlights and you will never know how popular you are. You will have lots of 35w Vs 55w Hid waving to you and asking if you have any coffee beans. Andehh 6, posts months. Batman Scarecrow Unmasked buy the brightest, then charge the oncoming cars for the laser eye surgery you give them!
The flashing Christie Stevens be in 'thanks'. In seriousness, don't do it. Edited by Andehh on Thursday 30th January ManOpener 6, posts months. Just buy a set of Osram Super Nightbreakers. Previous posts months. Against popular PH wisdom, I put a set of 35w aftermarket HID's in a fiat coupe, replacing the 1 candlepower standard headlight bulbs.
They were projector lenses though, the spread wasn't too wide and they were aimed down slightly Was worth it IMO, although my advice would be to weatherproof the ballasts as they tend to be a cheap steel which will start to rust in no time.
Various methods of doing this. Dont bother if you dont have projector lenses though, you'll just piss people off. Mr2Mike 20, posts months. If you have halogen projectors then you have my sympathy. However this also means that you can fit HIDs without pissing off everyone else on the road. Make sure the front lenses usually plastic these days of the headlamps are in good condition however. I've had both 35w and 55w kits and they really don't make a difference IMO.
I currently have a 35w kit in my car and it's been fine. Get k bulbs as 35w Vs 55w Hid feel they are closest to white as you can get, k used to be the oem colour but they still look a bit yellow. If your fitting it to a car that's not got projectors, make sure you get bulbs that are R ones.
For instance 35w Vs 55w Hid, this reduces glare thst so many bang on about. Don't listen to the people on here that say they burn your retinas, they say the same about DRLS and led breaklights they just like a good grump. People will also say you have to have headlight washers and self leveling, while mot regs do say this, they say Leigh Darby Interview fitted must be working, if it's not there it can't be tested and can't fail.
This is also the case on new cars with a certain light output, like the LEDs on the new e class, doesn't have washers. In 3 years of hids I have never ever been flashed while driving, it's about beam pattern. Not bulb. So k in either kit, no reason to not get a 55w one.
Thanks, yes I have projector lenses and headlight washers so shouldn't bother anyone. I'm going for k but it was just the power that I was unsure of. Cheers Hugh. JimbobVFR 2, posts months. I don't see how there can be any debate on that. Weren't these set for MOT fails under recent legislation?
MC Bodge 16, posts months. I'm forever dipping my rear view mirror and trying to avoid the wing mirrors on rush hour mtoroways. Krikkit 21, posts months. I must confess to fitting a set of HID's in my Puma. I went for 35w K units - because of the projector headlights the beam pattern is absolutely identical to the halogen 35w Vs 55w Hid, and the light output is significantly better.
They're not a miracle, but it's much easier to see any reflective surface in the road, which makes motorway driving much easier indeed. ClarkPB posts months. As I said, hids won't dazzle if fitted correctly. The same can be said for halogen bulbs if they are pointing the wrong way directly at you they can gey uncomfortable in the same was halogen high beams can.
Check out this thread. Made me think twice about buying on eBay. Dr Doofenshmirtz 12, posts months.
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It allows HID bulbs and ballasts to operate independently of the vehicle’s original wiring system and can provide a power source that is more consistent. 55W ballasts should only be installed alongside 55W bulbs since you run the risk of running down 35W ballasts much .
/07/22 · 35 Watt or 55 Watt HID? We can differentiate between them based on the following points: Brightness and Heat Reliability Brightness and The main difference between the two HID lights is their or power can affect both of them in different ways. Let’s see the differences between them: 35W HID.