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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-10-2010, 10:21 AM Thread Starter
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Headlight HD Harness

Anyone ever had these. I can't seem to find one anywhere in the web world. They're supposed to make halogen bulbs brighter. Has the HID world making them extinct.

1st I wanna make my regular bulbs brighter.

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sorry, this is the first I've heard of it


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Never heard of it. I browse eBay everyday. Just get hids for $35

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Just get HIDs.

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its actually called a relay harness and i know that ZZPerformance sells them.


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He may be talking about the "pigtail extensions" that are about 6 inches long that mount between the oem headlamp harness and the headlamp (non HID) bulb. These are a heavier gauge wire and connectors that allow you to run the 80W-100W headlamp bulb without damaging (melting) the oem harness. See below link:

http://www.luminicsusa.com/detail.as...9007&Type=9007


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Are you talking about this?
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I have it in my car for the low beam HID's
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He may be talking about the "pigtail extensions" that are about 6 inches long that mount between the oem headlamp harness and the headlamp (non HID) bulb. These are a heavier gauge wire and connectors that allow you to run the 80W-100W headlamp bulb without damaging (melting) the oem harness. See below link:

Luminics USA - Luminics Headlight Bulbs


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I use my StreetGlow bulbs in the winter cuz I take my HIDs out in the winter, and they're 80W low 100W high and haven't had a problem yet with the harness.Had them in my Corolla too with no probs


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may i ask why you take ur hids out in the winter for?
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may i ask why you take ur hids out in the winter for?
I take them out cuz we get snow like a bastard here in Nova Scotia. And as u know, HIDs reflect off of white, so when there's a snow storm I can't see frig all, only white...can't even see where the road is...if I had the 3000k bulbs I'd be okay (the yellow ones) cuz they're made to "cut" thru fog and snow, but mine are 8000k so it reflects white alot more


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