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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-10-2010 12:11 AM
Robert1101 OK, per the link it is 100 1 watt bulbs on a single chip @ the cost of $500.00 each. You would have to redesign the reflector to get the light to point straight ahead, and cool the unit. True LED's run on the cooler side but the 30 volt power supply might be somewhat difficult to build.
Check back in 2012 or 2013 for updates........
10-09-2010 10:48 PM
DJones What ever happened?
10-09-2010 06:17 PM
CdnGMan Good question... I'm kinda curious as to how this turned out...
10-09-2010 05:47 PM
manningfan10 Any update?
09-25-2010 11:45 AM
Texy74 So true about needing more light on the backroads of the country, I live in the city but work out in the country, drive to work at 5:30 a.m. so would be nice to have more light without having to put more lights, plus it'd be cool with the quad light
09-25-2010 11:33 AM
reepks What ever happened with this? Did it work?

and I agree....those of us living in the sticks use our high beams a LOT!
07-24-2010 01:10 AM
Originally Posted by sonicanatidae View Post
1. Make sure your wiring harness can handle that. I dont
believe the system was designed to deliver 100W, but I could
be wrong. 2. Are you *sure* they are outputting 7000 Lumens and
not 7000K in temp color? I've been looking at some of these
and I havent run across a set that claimed 7000 lumens output,
just 7000K color temp. 3. Would you really need cooling on the HighBeams? I rarely have my
highbeams on for more than 5-15 secs at a time and typically less. Post the results. I'm considering the exact same thing. 100W LED highbeams
with a 7000K color temp to better match the 8000K HIDs I recently installed.
If you live in country you use your brights a lot more then you would think. Not saying thats the case but is really nice running backwoods roads at 55 m.p.h. with good light cover lol. Just saying.......... : )
07-24-2010 12:29 AM
Diacom So, how'd this turn out? Burn her to the ground? No update, did you end up in the hospital or jail?

You do realize that 55w is the max legal for Highbeams in most states?

I'm sure there must have been some reason you chose to do this mod. Other than cause you could what was the reason? I bet the folks that meet you on the highway when your running your highbeams will be in for a real treat...

Sorry to be so negative about this, but it really doesn't make any sense at all and serves no purpose. Atleast none that I can think of that a good set of Aux. lights wouldn't server.
02-24-2010 02:50 PM
Originally Posted by flyingfischer5 View Post
WooHoo! I got my lights in the mail today. I will start fabing them up in my light housings tomorrow.
Originally Posted by ScarabEpic22 View Post
Better have something to show me on sunday man...
02-24-2010 02:41 PM
Originally Posted by CHAVEZ View Post
That guy needs a girlfriend.
I agree...

Originally Posted by flyingfischer5 View Post
WooHoo! I got my lights in the mail today. I will start fabing them up in my light housings tomorrow.
Better have something to show me on sunday man...
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