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    Be interesting to see what beam pattern they do

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    Setup photos shew good cutoff, and they are adjustable via the sprung ball bearing in the collar, just move to next 'click' to get alignment. Also can be clicked round for driving on right.

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    The plugs go into the original bulb socket so if they failed you can just pop a std bulb back in.

    Garage photos only tonight, but results are looking very good indeed.

    First photo is original dipped beam - looks far whiter than it really is due to camera white balance & white LED sidelights.

    [img src="http://img.retro-rides.org/i/v/blackpopracing/9e6ebbad0273.jpg" style="max-width:100%;"]

    Original dipped beams

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    New LED in drivers side ONLY.



    And outside view lights out;



    and garage lights on;



    Both LED bulbs now fitted - photo from outside of car showing the decent cut off pattern - difficult to see it properly with the tool cabinet against the wall, but it's actually a sharper cut off than the original bulb.
    Headlamps do need a little bit of aligning as well.



    From inside of car with dipped beam;



    And main beam;



    I'll post some proper road photos over the weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaley View Post
    Ooh they do look good, please tell me you are going to leave them without a tint.

    Chaley
    Of course. Not sure why they even bother with the tints??

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    Took it out tonight down the lanes, lights need a bit of adjusting but overall a big improvement over the std bulbs.
    The heatsinks do get very hot on the bulbs!

    Dipped beam;



    Main beam;

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    Evening Mark, they do light the way very well! But do you think the ‘very hot’ would be too much for a plastic light housing?

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    They recommend keeping original light wiring away from the heatsinks but the wiring provided is ok on them. I dont think the heatsink gets any hotter than a halogen bulb so a plastic housing will be fine. The heat is only on the aluminium rear sinks themselves, the bulbs remain cold.

    Its the opposite way round to a std halogen - halogens get hot at the front & cold at rear - these are cold at front & hot at rear.

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    hi mark,
    you're not the only one with a black paint obsession. check out the reflection on this barracuda https://www.forabodiesonly.com/mopar...134292/page-20
    neil.
    need a job done on your project? i may be able to help.

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