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    Default HID or Only Blue Lamps for Suzuki Alto

    What should you suggest for my car, somone told me that highway police gives challan tickt for this HID light. please suggest me i want to get better head light quality for my car, especially i need to drive on highways
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    It is very simple
    If your car DID NOT come with HID's from the factory then Halogen bulbs will give you the best visibility period.

    The best thing you can do is buy good quality halogen bulbs and not the crap blue ones that sell for Rs.300-500.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mominhaq89

    It is very simple If your car DID NOT come with HID's from the factory then Halogen bulbs will give you the best visibility period. The best thing you can do is buy good quality halogen bulbs and not the crap blue ones that sell for Rs.300-500.




    pls mention the power of good halogen bulbs, made and if possible price !

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    The best Halogen bulb is the Phillips X-Treme
    Second to that is the Osram Nightbreaker.
    You would find it difficult if not impossible to find them in Pakistan.
    One member (waleed80) had to import the Osrams

    However the Phillips Rally bulbs(though illegal for street use) are very easy to get in Pakistan and their output is much better than stock halogens.
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    Thx for brief guidance Dear mominhaq89, i discussed with electrician he told me Pakistan Autos in " Sultan Da Kho" is available. so Finally i should search for Philips Extrme or Phillips Rally Bulbs. I think you dont recomend the blue ones of china made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shabd

    I think you dont recomend the blue ones of china made.
    Yes, please avoid those cheap blue bulbs at all cost, they give worst output than the stock halogen bulbs that came with your car.


    Good luck with your search.
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    Please tell me the cost of replacement also should i take cast in pocket or in any big sugar bag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shabd

    Please tell me the cost of replacement also should i take cast in pocket or in any big sugar bag.

    The Phillips X-Treme are expensive, here they cost arounf $35-40 , you can convert that.


    However the Phillips Rally bulbs will be much cheaper, I bet a pair would cost Rs.200 at the most but thier output will be much better and hence visibility will increase.


    Save your time and money and just look for the Rally bulbs, you won't find the X-Tremes.
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    Surely i will go after Phillips Rally Bubls, is parking lights will also be replaced or only main head lights will be?
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    Only main bulbs.Your car uses H4 bulbs.That is all you need to change.


    You will easily find them in any of the car accessory shops in Saddar.
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    Thx a lot again to save my time and money as well as suggesting good quality of bulbs of head lights
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    Good luck with the search.
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    Car Headlight - H4
    * up to 80% more light on the road
    * Palladium-coated head and chrome-coated base
    * Special anti-reflex coating
    * Improved geometrical filament design
    * New gas composition and adapted pressure
    * Quartz glass with new optical finish
    * 80% more light output over standard
    * 25 metre longer beam
    * No upgrade to wiring required
    * No risk over melting wires or switches
    * UV block quartz glass means they
    * are safe to use on polycarbonate headlights
    * See further making night driving safer
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    Why you guys use such products? Unless and Untill you are not on an hunting adventure, they are quite useless.


    Most of the times these white lights are pain to bear for the drivers coming infront of you... They give a lot of strain on eyes for other people. Think about others also. Thats why they are banned too in city/highway driving.

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    Detail pictures of Philips rally

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forumreply_az_TopicID!43543~ForumID!1~page!2~pw.ht ml

    Phillips Extreme

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forumreply_az_TopicID!120109~ForumID!1~page!4~msg! scmt~pw.html
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    Will you please bring for me phillips extreme if i have to pay Rs. 3048/- (GBP 22.25 @ Rs. 137/-) here to any of your friend in Islamabad or Rawalpindi
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    is there alot of difference in Phillips X-Treme and phillips rally bulbs? i bought phillips rally and i am very happy with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by JOJ View Post
    is there alot of difference in Phillips X-Treme and phillips rally bulbs? i bought phillips rally and i am very happy with it
    Sir Philips Rally are much brighter, atleast a 50ft+ beam compare to Xtreme and I do not think they are available in less then 90W packing.
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