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    How much are the Hellas? http://www.summitracing.com/parts/KCC-237/ $115 for KC in a 100 Watt set, that's your lights, wiring, switches, relays. everything you need.
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    Um, Alex, he's probably looking for a Canadian source.

    btw - I don't think Summit is one of SS rally supporters..................

    Quote Originally Posted by A1337STI View Post
    How much are the Hellas? http://www.summitracing.com/parts/KCC-237/ $115 for KC in a 100 Watt set, that's your lights, wiring, switches, relays. everything you need.
    press on,
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    I used to run a pair of 6" Cibies on my Toyota - for street/highway use I found that 55W bulbs were just fine. With decent reflectors the 55W bulbs put out enough that I wouldn't overdrive the lights at legal road speeds and they got reflections from the deer's eyes at up to 1 km (the most important feature). That's all I really needed out of them, so it didn't make sense to upgrade the wiring to support 100W bulbs.

    I had then wired to the high beam switch, so they were never on except in situations where I could legally use high beams.

    Adrian

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    I saw this post but its 2 years old...https://www.specialstage.com/forums/s...ada-Rally-Team

    Wonder if Pat and crew still carry these?

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    Well, if you are supporting your SS advertisers (see vendor forums):

    http://www.rocketrally.com/website/index.php

    http://www.fourstarmotorsports.com/

    I'd give them a call (or ask at Tall Pines).

    press on,
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    I have the Hella 550 (?) rectangle driving lights on my pick up, they work great, not as much light ( of course) as the rally car's Hella 2000s, but way easier to find space for on the front of the truck. While the Hellas never seem to move, my current set of KC Daylighters on the 4x4 don't seem to want to stay in adjustment,( I have had other KC in the past that I don't remember this issue with, so it may be just THIS set - but it is annoying ). I find I end up not using the KCs most of the time because I don't want to stop and mess with the aiming, while the pick up's Hellas are wired rally style to a switch controlled by the high beams and are on almost all the time the high beams are.

    Most of my driving is rural 2 lane so I aim the lights slightly out, so they light up Bambi before he thinks to jump out in front of you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDeV View Post
    So I guess the question I have now is Hella, PIAA or lightforce? Seems like Hella has the most bang for your buck
    I agree. It's either Hella or NDR for me.

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