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      headlight bulb for honda dio

      hey guys.
      my dio's headlight is having the halogen bulb(35/35) from bosch(not factory fitted one) which i got for 80 bucks. but that light is nowhere near to sufficient. can you guys please guide me as to whichi bulb should i go for? i don't have plans of getiing a HID kit. my drives on the dio are confined to city rides only.
      budget: within 500k.

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      Quote Originally Posted by [url=http://gearheads.in/post33427.html#p33427
      sriharsha » Sun Jun 06, 2010 8:53 am[/url]]hey guys.
      my dio's headlight is having the halogen bulb(35/35) from bosch(not factory fitted one) which i got for 80 bucks. but that light is nowhere near to sufficient. can you guys please guide me as to whichi bulb should i go for? i don't have plans of getiing a HID kit. my drives on the dio are confined to city rides only.
      budget: within 500k.
      :shock: 500k ?? or 500 Rs ??
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      sorry guys. typo error. its 500 bucks.

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      no info guys???

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      blew off the HL bulb again. which one to go for now????

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      AFAIK nothing much can be done without actually touching the wiring/coiling etc. in short its a hassle.
      best thing is stick to stock wattage - go for halonix bulbs. if the bulbs blowing off often check the wiring.
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      For my Dio I had changed from the factory fitted bulb to a Phillips Halogen, and the lighting was just about adequate.

      Most of the other higher performing bulbs are about 55/60W.

      So I'd suggest you stick to stock.
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      Quote Originally Posted by bhpistorqintorpm View Post
      AFAIK nothing much can be done without actually touching the wiring/coiling etc. in short its a hassle.
      best thing is stick to stock wattage - go for halonix bulbs. if the bulbs blowing off often check the wiring.
      Halonix? Is that a brand like Philips? How much does it cost?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Whizzkid_ram View Post
      Halonix? Is that a brand like Philips? How much does it cost?
      right. i feel the light is better after the change on my lantern (rx 135 stock hl ). should cost aroung 80/-
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      Quote Originally Posted by Praful View Post
      For my Dio I had changed from the factory fitted bulb to a Phillips Halogen, and the lighting was just about adequate.
      Does the halogen bulb comes as stock in Dio?
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