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marc novataken
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Forget Hids, they will be an MOT failure soon!

 

there was a thread some where where the bulbs were compare of the bright white ones

 

they have recently release h7r bulbs for the HIDs.. neededless to say only for h7 units just now they are designed to get rid of the beam scatter which causes them to fail the MOT tests

 

std h7

http://www.bikudo.com/photo_stock/711276.jpg

 

h7r

http://www.xenonhid.org/images/HID_XENON_H7R_LAMP.jpg

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h7r bulbs are what they use in the renault laguna,they use hids in reflector lenses (factory fitted) same as the new civics and volvo's.

 

my mate is a tester... he had a set lined up perfectly the beam setter

 

dont understand what you mean :rolleyes:

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Ive allways opted for the bulbs over the full kits, aslong as you dont get to ahead of yourself and buy the stupid bright ones you can get away with it (you'll find that the bulbs are all marked "for show use only")

 

you allways get some chav sticking the silly bright ones in his punto then wondering why he's blinding every other driver and the MOT station examiner laughs at him as he fails his car.

 

as said the kits are soon to see cars failing MOT's and only an idiot would chance it anymore.

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at the garage where i work we fail cars that have aftermarket hid kits fitted. a lot of money for something thats no longer any use

 

kit i've fitted to mine has now passed 3 mot's at 2 different garages... maybe i've just fitted them properly

 

at the garage where i work we fail cars that have aftermarket hid kits fitted. a lot of money for something thats no longer any use

 

kit i've fitted to mine has now passed 3 mot's at 2 different garages... maybe i've just fitted them properly

 

knew i had a picture of the beam pattern somewhere >>

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s23/duffa1966/P150109_1636.jpg

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at the garage where i work we fail cars that have aftermarket hid kits fitted. a lot of money for something thats no longer any use

 

kit i've fitted to mine has now passed 3 mot's at 2 different garages... maybe i've just fitted them properly

 

at the garage where i work we fail cars that have aftermarket hid kits fitted. a lot of money for something thats no longer any use

 

kit i've fitted to mine has now passed 3 mot's at 2 different garages... maybe i've just fitted them properly

 

knew i had a picture of the beam pattern somewhere >>

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s23/duffa1966/P150109_1636.jpg

 

U got angel eyes? cause they have projectors instead of reflectors

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at the garage where i work we fail cars that have aftermarket hid kits fitted. a lot of money for something thats no longer any use

 

kit i've fitted to mine has now passed 3 mot's at 2 different garages... maybe i've just fitted them properly

 

at the garage where i work we fail cars that have aftermarket hid kits fitted. a lot of money for something thats no longer any use

 

kit i've fitted to mine has now passed 3 mot's at 2 different garages... maybe i've just fitted them properly

 

knew i had a picture of the beam pattern somewhere >>

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s23/duffa1966/P150109_1636.jpg

 

U got angel eyes? cause they have projectors instead of reflectors

 

 

oops...yeah i have ..thought the OP was refering to fitting them in projectors

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