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It was "Geopaj"
https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum...&postcount=243

"Pajero 12" has also just fitted these "projector leds" and has offered me a loan of these globes to test in my Challenger, so I think I will take him up on it.

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OJ,
Great to hear...
I will very interested in your opinion. You do a bit of night driving I think you have said previously.
I have found all but Halogen to be useless where there are street lights.
I am using Nightbreakers I think,,, on your recommendation some time back??
I just wish I could get the lights out of the Mercedes in the Pajero.
Factory HID's are great
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It doesn't matter. Even if those bulbs were 1800 lumens each, why would you put those in when you can have H9s that will give you up to 2240 lumens, each, and are matched perfectly to your lights. And you'll be able to see the rocks on the road because the Colour Rendering Index is near perfect. Expect around $65/pair for Philips or Osram bulbs.
great write up...

have you got a recommendation for halogen low beam bulbs?

mine are up for replacement...
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great write up...

have you got a recommendation for halogen low beam bulbs?

mine are up for replacement...
From a recent post in a thread discussing the same subject.

https://www2.pajeroclub.com.au/forum...23&postcount=4

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