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anyone know if changing a headlamp bulb has got any easier on 2005 models?ive got some high power bulbs to fit but want to know what im letting myself in for.
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Re: Headlights

Lights are unchanged, only rear lights in 5 door were re-designed, so no, it wont be any easier!
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Re: Headlights

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anyone know if changing a headlamp bulb has got any easier on 2005 models?ive got some high power bulbs to fit but want to know what im letting myself in for.
surely you dont mean the ones for rally/off road use - that blind every fooker coming towards you
full beam can be used for dark bits if no one is coming the other way
my mate nearlly had a crash because fo someone with more powerful bulbs
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Same Wattage As Originals But Blue Xenon Output
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Blue Xenon output, so they won't actually kick out extra light, in some instances less light, because they have been tweaked to give a blue-ish tint, and the detriment of white light, meaning you have a blue look but less actual light output.
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Blue Plasma Super White Bulbs By Maruta Technologies To Be Exact
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Re: Headlights

I know a few Ulysse boys have upgraded their headlights - poggy maybe? Be interesting to get his feedback.
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