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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanz View Post
    Rahul bro tonnes of thanks for making things easier for me!
    Soon I would be running on 4 projectors with 2 Hids and 2 halogens on my R15..
    Thanks once again!!
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    Bro please help me with details for the setup that u mentioned so i can get it done for my R15 too!
    all this is going over my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abhijeet080808 View Post
    Wow! I see you have started modding your brand new P220 too! Great post there.

    Edit - Can you make the connections at the relay clearer? I am not sure what A,B,C,D,E means. Specific names like Ground, Relay Coil +ve etc would help.

    Let me try and guess -

    E - Coil +ve
    D - Coil GND

    B - Common
    A - NC (Normally Closed)
    C - NO (Normally Open)


    And why not use a diode in place of the relay? It would have a much simpler 2 wire connection. Does it cause any problem with the BCU?
    dude plz. tell me clearly more plz. cause am not getting it and which relay u r using simple?????? and on relay abcd is written?????
    plz. tell me more clearly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seamus View Post
    dude, your hids are 6000k, and have read somewher on xbhp from our technical gurus that anything beyond 5000k is just show... and not as good as <5000k on hiways. Since its said that hids with more then 5000k juzt blinds people on hiway rather than showing the roads and also that >5000k becomes whitish blueish, <5000k is good for hiways since its yelowish...kindly throw some light over this lighting topic
    It's true that 4200K HID is best when it comes to illumination. As you go up the ladder, the light gets bluer to Violet. But 6000K is not that bad after all, it is worse than 4200K, but still it's almost 3 time better than a Halogen. 6000K is Pure White, with slight over tone of Blue.. not truly Blue though.

    I would have bought 4200K Bulb, but it's not easily available, and costlier than the most common 6000K HID available everywhere.

    Quote Originally Posted by outworldly maniac View Post
    Ok Rahul some questions :

    1. Why car HID ?
    2. Sorry if i missed something here . Could you still use stock headlights ?
    Like toggle On and OFF HID . ?

    Thanks
    (1) Because is straight fit on 220, no relay/cutout needed. Comes in pair, and you get the warranty.

    (2) The toggle switch is installed to revert back to normal single beam system with HID's. Just in case you need to use the Hi Beam, alone.


    Quote Originally Posted by sunny kalia View Post
    dude plz. tell me clearly more plz. cause am not getting it and which relay u r using simple?????? and on relay abcd is written?????
    plz. tell me more clearly
    I'm using a miniature SPDT, 12V relay. All the relays have one common point (Single Pole) and two outputs (double throw). When the relay coil is not activated the Common Point is connected one output, and when the Relay is coil activated the common point connects to the other output.

    On a relay A,B,C,D is not written, I have uploaded a picture of the relay I have used,
    Last edited by rahuldevnath; 09-16-2009 at 09:59 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanz View Post
    I thought HID meant HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE..


    Rahul bro tonnes of thanks for making things easier for me!
    Soon I would be running on 4 projectors with 2 Hids and 2 halogens on my R15..
    Thanks once again!!
    Of course it is HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE. I was just saying that HIDs have high initial current draw!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rahuldevnath View Post
    It's true that 4200K HID is best when it comes to illumination. As you go up the ladder, the light gets bluer to Violet. But 6000K is not that bad after all, it is worse than 4200K, but still it's almost 3 time better than a Halogen. 6000K is Pure White, with slight over tone of Blue.. not truly Blue though.

    I would have bought 4200K Bulb, but it's not easily available, and costlier than the most common 6000K HID available everywhere.


    so on hiway rides is this illumination suficient enough to see the road? Or the lights get eaten up by the yelow ones..
    And where do i get this from mumbai any idea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seamus View Post
    so on hiway rides is this illumination suficient enough to see the road? Or the lights get eaten up by the yelow ones..
    And where do i get this from mumbai any idea?
    It's more than sufficient for highways, and the higher the colour temperature, the more glare to oncoming traffic, which is also sometimes desirable. And it's not much of a difference in visibility either, compared to a 4200K.

    Raylux HID is manufactured in Mumbai only.

    Contact:

    Raylux,
    S.B Lamps Pvt Ltd,
    9, Commerce Centre, Tardeo Road,
    Mumbai - 34
    customercare_rayluxhid@yahoo.com
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    This is an awesome MOD !!! kudos Rahul

    So HID came with warranty ? Wat is the relay that you have used ? is it a dual headlamp relay ? I have used one such dual headlamp relay (from roots) in my palio ... planning to do the same for my 220 as well ..

    So, I shall now save up for a good HID and save ur contact coz i m also in blore .. he he
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    Oh my god man. What kind of alighting is that? I'm really excited about the stuff that we plan to implement! Will keep you in the loop with the purchases.
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    Post Hey Rahul

    Amazing Mod
    Hats off to you.

    I would love to meet you sometime and see the light and blind myself

    Will give u a call sometime during weekends, hope you will be free


    How much did the relay cost? What should i ask in shop for the relay? Any specific name? And in JC Road which shop?
    Sorry for too many questions and also if you have already answered and if i have missed it
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    Excellent work there...Now truckers would curse you
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