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    Thread: Bi-Xenon Projector Setup fr M800 ?

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      My suggestion will be focus the left hand side light to illuminate the left hand side road boarders, focus the right side light on the road and use the hella fogs you have to spread across. Use hella fogs when and then necessary. This will be a good option for you.

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      I can spend around 10k-12k only if it guarantees equally good results, else I'll better like to save money for FFE and try to adjust reflectors as thelightening suggested
      Hows Hella's HID fogs ?? They r available for 5k I guess
      If you can park it and not turn around to look at it

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      Metal i think lightforce 140 or 170 should be around your budget .It will be a good buy for you since you drive in places which require good lighting,so which ever car you buy in the future ,you can shift them too that car.

      The final word to your problem is lightforce,you will be amazed .

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      LF 140 is available for 17k :-(
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      Thats too much considering 240 is 20k.

      Tomorrow i will find out with the dealer here and let you know

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      Got another pair of hella 500 and dey are really helping a lot. I hope it wont overload the electical wirings of the car.
      Thanks fr the valuable suggestions, otherwise I might end up in wasting money on Hids
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      Good choice, Hella 500
      Hope your install is done neatly and lights won't vibrate on bad roads. It is quite distracting to have an aux light which vibrates and the light pattern makes it tough for eyes in long drives.
      Do not mis-align the headlights and let hella pair to cover the parts of road, which you were concerned about.

      To balance the power, you probably now can downgrade the headlights to stock and use the headlights in city and `+hella` ON during your night drives on highway. Since your highway night drives are not that much as posted in the opening post, you can even let it be at 100/90 and still use hella?

      Please keep the hella's switch install positioned handy so that you can operate it without much efforts while driving. You might have to turn them on/off in certain occasions while driving.

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      Quote Originally Posted by metal_thread View Post
      Got another pair of hella 500 and dey are really helping a lot. I hope it wont overload the electical wirings of the car.
      Thanks fr the valuable suggestions, otherwise I might end up in wasting money on Hids

      Can you post in the pics please???
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      (update: car is now repainted nd luks much much better without dese stupid decals PLUS somebody broke one of the fog lyt)
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      Quote Originally Posted by mclaren1885 View Post
      you can see that the 800 was cornering around 120+ kmph without a hitch
      That is one well maintained car I can say...

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