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I have fitted these bulbs to a 52 plate Audi A4 after being thoroughly disappointed with the original bulbs. Driving at night was a chore and I often found myself checking to see if the bulbs had gone. Yes, they were that dismal! I must admit to seeing a fair difference after fitting these to both low and high beam lights. I noticed before that 50 would be my limit on back roads at night, whereas the last few nights I was sitting comfortably at 70 on the same roads before realising. I did adjust my speed accordingly, of course! If you like seeing more at night and your drive becoming safer for both you and others, I would recommend fitting these bulbs.
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Initial post: 8 Aug 2013 15:13:45 BDT
Robert K says:
I'm sorry to say that but you can't notice any difference on a full beam light as H7 is for dipped only.
In reply to an earlier post on 9 Aug 2013 01:52:38 BDT
I fitted the new bulbs to both high and low beam at the same time, four bulbs in total. With the improved light output from the low beam in addition to the improved output from ther new high beam bulbs, there was an appreciable difference. My review clearly states fitting both high and low beam bulbs at the same time.
In reply to an earlier post on 6 Oct 2013 08:08:07 BDT
La suede says:
H7 is for full beam on several cars with xenon dipped... So, get a clue before commenting please!
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Oct 2013 02:24:00 BDT
Last edited by the author on 13 Oct 2013 02:51:58 BDT
Thank you Johan for your support. Since I bought and fitted the bulbs myself, I think I should have known if I had lost my high beam projection! Funny enough it was still there but even better.
Still using the same 4 bulbs fitted in April 2011. Have only had to replace one of the little blue sidelight bulbs. Got 4 of these with the two pairs of headlight bulbs so still got one spare.
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