These sound pretty cool.
Yeah, they really do. And not that much more than the current versions of the same lights. I'm definetly set on getting these over the regular ones if I can figure out if the wiring will work.These sound pretty cool.
So basically what youre saying is if I wire up the standard D2's to my low beams and high beams it'll do the same thing?LED's don't care about voltage so much... It takes a certain amount to fire them, then a certain amount to blow them, but anything in between will work.. the lower voltage is dimmer, the higher is brighter. You can go get a variable resistor from radio shack or a dimmer light switch from the hardware store and do the same thing. For what it's worth, you can also 'overdrive' halogen bulbs for more lumens, but at cost of shorter life and ease of blowing.. you can push a 325luman bulb rated at 12vdc to 450 or so by pushing 14vdc to it...
Yeah, I know whay they go off, but the 6.4 doesnt have another light that comes on for high beams, it just gets brighter so it would still only be 4 lights.Anyway, your fogs go out when high beams come on because most state laws consider high beams two extra lights. Most state laws allow only a total of four drive lights on front of vehicle, so they are wired from factory to do what they do. Change that at your own risk.. it's done, and done often... I've never heard of a cop nailing anyone for it, or an inspection station issueing an infraction because of it, but by the letter it is illegal in most states.