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post #16 of 19 Old 07-12-2012, 06:43 PM
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Re: HiD/LED Headlight conversion for 90 & 92 Daytona

If you're complaining about light output from stock sealed beams try relaying the system. Also E-code lights are available from Hella to improve the beam pattern. Susquehanna MotorSports - High Performance Vehicle Lighting and Competition Accessories has tons of info on how to improve your lighting and why most of the time the stock lighting sucks.

My hella and relayed 87 daytona throws the same or more light on the road than any factory HID car.
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Re: HiD/LED Headlight conversion for 90 & 92 Daytona

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i just installed 10000 hid lights on my 89 daytona nd the kit all round ws 55 bucks plus the time to install it which was running the wires and 2 grounds and one positive....mega bright but i also have fake projectors that use h4 bulbs http://www.turbododge.com/forums/mem..._z-albums.html
Could you take a pic from inside the car at night so I can see the beam pattern and brightness please?
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Re: HiD/LED Headlight conversion for 90 & 92 Daytona

Ive had a Bi-xenon kit installed on my Daytona since late 2005. They are 12000k HID and have a white/pinkish tint to them much different than the blue colored ones you typically see. They are far brighter than stock and give it a head turning image at night no doubt. I need to get this car back on the road....sits in the garage to much. 32 miles on it in the last 2 1/2 years.
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Re: HiD/LED Headlight conversion for 90 & 92 Daytona

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I have both 6 and 8k hids. The 8ks are just as bright, they just have a more blue/purple light. They are both excellent.

I've tried silverstars, I threw them in the garbage, my 10yr old factories were brighter.

I had high watt Nokya's, they are very good, but require harness upgrade. They're 80w low, 100 or 120 high.
Before i got HID's back in late 2005 i had those Nokya H-4 bulbs....110 watt or something......man i must have smoked like at least 5 headlight switches!!!!!
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