Apparently they're 50% off right now so that's also a great buy for the price. With the fan on the back, all should be well with heat dissipation but I'm not too sure if these ones are waterproof like the others are though?
You need the H4/ high/low beam variety, I paid 36.09€ for two. They maybe a bit cheaper now. But yes it's a great price and the quality seems much better than the ones I bought from amazon. The H4 adapter is all metal while the others were plastic. And apparently these use Philips latest generation LEDs. The only downside is the shipping time.Apparently they're 50% off right now so that's also a great buy for the price. With the fan on the back, all should be well with heat dissipation but I'm not too sure if these ones are waterproof like the others are though?
They're rated IP65, which basically means: Totally protected against dust ingress. Protected against low pressure water jets from any direction. Limited ingress permitted. (https://www.mpl.ch/info/IPratings.html )... but I'm not too sure if these ones are waterproof like the others are though?
Brighter light. See above.And what is the advantage on this over the stock light?
Picture of the reflector. As you can see it's not symmetrical. I suspect the ones in RHD ( or is it WHD? ) countries would be a mirror image.I've just ordered one of these too and was wondering where you mounted the ballast?
Also, I see you kept the stock lower bulb in place - is it disconnected?
Finally, I see the seller didn't specify RHD/LHD - are you finding the light spread quite symetrical, vertically, or is one side cut-off slighly (i.e. the left, on a RHD-specific item)?
When you have the time please share some photosGot to back up what Luis said - the iSincer H4 HB/LB bulb does the job very nicely indeed.
No modification is needed at all, the ballast is a good size and neither it nor the bulb noticeably warm the bucket (it's a bit of squeeze to get everything in there though, especially if also using adapter cables having fitted after-market indicators).
The light produced is also a nice neutral White (listed as 6000k and looks about right as doesn't verge into Blue territory).
Very reasonable pricing too, considering the Philips item it's 'inspired by' costs about 5 times as much!
Just also paired it with a Philips X-treme Ultinon W5W T10 6000k LED to replace the parking light bulb and it works wonderfully so far.
The light colour matches that of the main bulb, it's significantly brighter than the stock unit and it's much more aesthetically pleasing.
(As an aside, both the iSincer and Philips bulbs only come as part of 2 packs, so I will probably be selling the spare one of each as a kit shortly, in case anyone wants to go down this route too.)
You're probably right but I still have the original bulbs and figure by the time anything goes wrong with these, the technology may have moved on a bit, giving me a ready excuse to upgradeI wouldn't sell the spares. You're not going to get any significant money for that, and if something goes wrong, you'll always have a backup .
Not sure how useful these are, as daylight shots so not illustrative of the increase in performance over stock (Luis did a much more thorough job there).When you have the time please share some photos