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H1 and H3s from autolumination.com

Does anyone have a pic of the H1s and H3s in the headlights and foglights from autolumination.com? Here's the link to the bulbs if you want to see which ones I'm talking about.

http://autolumination.com/headlights.htm


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Reading Topic: H1 and H3s from autolumination.com

i bought h1s from autolumination but they turned out to be 100w bulbs as opposed to the 50w that our car requires... make sure you get the right wattage...
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Do they offer the 50w and if so, did you get the 50w and put them in? Anyone have any pics?


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Reading Topic: H1 and H3s from autolumination.com

i don't know if they offer the 50w or not. i put the 100w in and they worked for a couple weeks. then i took a 2 hour drive or so and smelled a burning smell. next thing i knew, one of the bulbs was burnt out and i reverted back to the stock halogen.

i don't have pics, sorry... the light was whiter, but dimmer than stock. i thought it looked fine. and in my area, most roads are lit pretty well so i didn't mind the lower output.
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Reading Topic: H1 and H3s from autolumination.com

Mine lasted only a few days. Cheap as hell, but won't work with our setup. I got the superwhite h1s, could barely notice a difference.
You may be able to put a bigger fuse in to handle the bulbs, but your risking damaging your 6.

On a side note the 6 led 194s from them also won't fit. They won't go through the hole.
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Reading Topic: H1 and H3s from autolumination.com

holy crap, i never ythought about that 6 led fitting, i just bought a pair on ebay for 16 bux, shit
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oh.. crap..i bought one too.. omg..... no.....
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damn it!
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Reading Topic: H1 and H3s from autolumination.com

will these last a while or will they burn out? i'm hoping they'll last longer since they're not 100w.

http://www.nopionline.com/nopistore/dsp_pa...ight%20Bulbs-H1
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