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Just totally stunning. I have no intention , of ever going back to factory supplied bulbs. Had my car serviced on friday morning. After the new MAXXIS H/T Bravo 760 tires were fitted, i went for a relaxing test drive. Yes, had to part ways with my cooper A/T tires.

:topic: :lol: These bulbs produce an incredibly white light. There is not even a speck of yellowness. The whiteness seems to be very well defined. It is not overbearing or tiring. I noticed that focusing on the environment, reduces night time eye strain considerably. It was an unusual sensation for me. Took me quite a while to adapt. Gradually developing a keen interest for this technology.

Quite sure it is not my imagination, as these bulbs appear to produce a slightly different beam pattern. It is rather inspiring. The low beam output is a pleasant surprise. Rather dynamic as opposed to factory standard bulbs. When i use the high beams, the reaction was EH? IS THAT POSSIBLE? :shock: :thumb: :yahoo:

The " Artic Blue " high beam performance, made the original factory high beam globes pale in comparison. My driving lights ,have a vastly improved light output via courtesy of these " Artic Blue " marvels. The beam pattern for High/Low beam headlights and driving lights, are somehow more enhanced and dynamic.

It is as though these bulbs, are helping the headlight internal structure to achieve its full potential. The light output is not being wasted. Rather intriguing to observe. For example when i drove along the northern plains, the beam pattern has a different characteristic. Periodically the weather conditions changed. The light output, beam lobe and how the light focuses seems to adapt. When i drove through the wooded ranges, the lighting technology adapted itself to suit the environment.

I am sure it is not my imagination. Definitely has to be a scientific process occuring. This is only a guess. Please correct me if i am way off base. These are my thoughts. When the electrical engineers developed this technology, i will surmise it was done in liason with scientists. Physicists also maybe? Somehow they designed it so that any change in weather, including the type of terrain as in plains or hilly ranges ,would have the light bulb utilising headlight internal reflector to be optimised to its change in environment.

Feel free to bag me, if my nutting things out seems ridiculous. It is just a theory.
 

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Looked for these online...they look like the Eurolites I put into my truck...they probably are a slightly more pronounced colour (read they actually produce whiter light, perceptively than the stockers).

I think I've heard of this brand before, but not sure where...
 

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Not better then hid but still looks nice. :beer:
 
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