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i can confirm that the 50 watt is definitely brighter than the 35 watt (a lil redundant but wtv) the beam is much fuller looking and overall, a whole lot brighter


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can i ask u a question? how far is your car from the garage door when you took the pics? can you take a pic of the cutoff with your car 25' away from a white screen/garage door? thanks...

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I was about 10ft away from the garage door.

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i can confirm that the 50 watt is definitely brighter than the 35 watt (a lil redundant but wtv) the beam is much fuller looking and overall, a whole lot brighter
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well yes, of course....but HIDs no matter what are still gonna be brighter...just in live in NY and if i get the 50 watt, ill be pulled over by civilians and old people let alone cops lol

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I haven't had any problems yet, and I'm in Flushing.

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well, uh...i guess im gonna have to retract my previous statement then....but you know NY some cops are just assholes...im on the border of queens/nassau and some just love to break ballz....so i again, ill retract my previous statement then

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You saw my beam pattern. The only problem is that it's just a bit to high (I need to re-aim them a little lower). Other than that, it looks fairly OEM. You shouldn't have problems.

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cool...i cant wait for mine to come in, hopefully tomorrow or friday....then i just need someone to put them in for me hehe.....quick question for anyone here....i also bought the DDE/halos and saw they need to baked on 10 mins and something else dried for 12 hours? i just skimmed it really....do you think a body shop would actually do this?? im not handy at all to do this myself so....just curious on how anyone felt on this

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Nice... the cut-off pattern on my 35W 6000K xtec is similiar, except my passenger side is slightly higher.. it was that way stock, but I've just been too lazy to adjust it. Are you using the stock wiring harness, or did you purchase the xtec one?
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Nice... the cut-off pattern on my 35W 6000K xtec is similiar, except my passenger side is slightly higher.. it was that way stock, but I've just been too lazy to adjust it. Are you using the stock wiring harness, or did you purchase the xtec one?
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I did my own wiring using 16 gauge wiring, 2 spade fuse holders with 15A fuses, and 2 relays. Everything was connected using crimps, no soldering.

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