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I find my headlights not really giving very good light.

How is it with the xenons, might the lighting performance reduce by age?
 
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Agree with David, after his recommendation of the Philips xtreme vision bulbs I bought a set. To be honest I didn't notice a difference at first but mostly driving at dusk. Tested them properly at midnight the other day and they are brilliant like having full beam on all the time.

Trying a set of these either in full beam or wife's car next http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Ring-H7-XENON-ULTIMA-Max-Car-Hedlamp-Headlight-Halogen-Gas-Bulbs-120-/400354946899?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item5d3703af53
 

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Ok.

Just for info, my car has factory fitted Xenons, so I suppose those H7 ones will not fit.

Am I right the xenon bulb I'm after has D2S socket? (Just so I won't order anything wrong)

Seem like Xenon lamps has a life span of about 2-3000hours, and light will reduce quite a lot after this limit.


Agree with David, after his recommendation of the Philips xtreme vision bulbs I bought a set. To be honest I didn't notice a difference at first but mostly driving at dusk. Tested them properly at midnight the other day and they are brilliant like having full beam on all the time.

Trying a set of these either in full beam or wife's car next New Ring H7 XENON ULTIMA Max Car Hedlamp Headlight Halogen Gas Bulbs +120% | eBay
 

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Ok, I think I'll get the 6000K ones though, they are supposed to be even more bright white, not that it matters too much, it's just a daily driver :)
 
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