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I'd probably go for the Crystal Visions... Just to be different emoticon




Go for it mate. A bit out of my price range at $95 for a pair of light bulbs emoticon but yeah, they're a bit stronger than bluevision (4300K compared to 4000K) and they will give you that blueish light (according to the info. on the web site).

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I'm in no rush, but I'll definitely look at yours one day (night) and see if they look similar to the ones I had in my pulsar...

We could park side-by-side and turn on our headlights and compare that way, too.



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I'm in no rush, but I'll definitely look at yours one day (night) and see if they look similar to the ones I had in my pulsar...

We could park side-by-side and turn on our headlights and compare that way, too.




Richi, first congratualtions on reaching the 100th post on these forums, Geoff should hand you a prize or a medal for keeping up the good work emoticon (you deserve it with all the info. you've been posting on these forums)

side by side test, yeah sure anytime.

I would have taken some shots with my camera to show you guys the difference, but I thought it wouldn't come-out right. Nothing beats seeing them live in action.



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Jalal and I met up last night and I took some photos comparing the standard headlights on my X-Trail to his new Philips Blue Vision globes...

We'll get some posted up for people to see the difference, I'm sure.


For anyone who might be interested, I've emailed a mate that works @ Repco to see how cheap he can get the Blue Vision and Crystal Vision globes for.



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For anyone who might be interested, I've emailed a mate that works @ Repco to see how cheap he can get the Blue Vision and Crystal Vision globes for.



Richi, can you also ask your mate if he can find-out if somebody makes H3 bulbs in Yellow or Orange for the front fogs please?

I checked with my electrician and we opened-up the front fogs (BIG JOB) but at least I know how to get to the now and the guy told me that they don't make H3 in orange and yellow. I'm not too sure if he was too busy or what, but I told him how about the yellow fog lights that are being sold on the market and he said that the glass is yello, but not the bulb?

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Would love to know how to gain access to the driving light globes. Are you able to provide instructions to save time or is it really a job for the experts?

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OK spoon,

Now that I've seen how the electrician popped this driving lights out, I know how to get to them myself.

I'm not sure if I would be able to explain the process correctly, but I'm gonna give it a go anyway:

1. The access to the driving lights is from the under-part of the front mudguard (just the black plastic cover part that is in front of the tyre under the mudguard)

2. There are 2 screws at the bottom of the mudguard, just at the corner of your front bumper straight under the driving lights. Take these off (I believe one of them is a screw and the other is just a plastic thread clip-not sure of the exact name of this [sign in to see URL])

3. Once you have taken the black cover off, it will dangle a bit and you would be able to see one nut that is holding the driving light from it's base. Take this off using a spanner.

4. Once the above screw-nut has been taken off, you will need to push the driving light with your right hand from the back (really hard) and ensure your left hand is guarding the fog light from falling off at the other end of the bumper.

That's it basically, the whole fog light assembly will be in your hand and you will see the light socket there, turn it to gain access to the light bulb.

Hope this helps.


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Hi Guys,

For those who're interested, I will post some photos taken by Richi when he came around the other night to show you the difference between the standard H4-Nissan lights and the new Philips BlueVision H4s, which I had fitted on mine.

The bluevision lights are on the right in this photo: (no, not the ones on the bonnet) emoticon

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The following shot shows the bluevision head-light and parker lights up-close:

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The following shot shows the standard nissan head-light and parker light up-close:

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We also switched on our spoties, by I wont show you the difference, as Richi's Lightforce lights have illuminated the whole car park and the neighbouring houses emoticon So that should be sufficient for you to make a judgement emoticon

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Nice piccies!

I got some bluevisions on the weekend as well and was very impressed.

The light output is a fair bit more as well, for those who are still undecided. (hard to tell from the photos.)

It's worth it, go for it! emoticon

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Nice piccies!

I got some bluevisions on the weekend as well and was very impressed.

The light output is a fair bit more as well, for those who are still undecided. (hard to tell from the photos.)

It's worth it, go for it! emoticon



How much did you pay for yours and where did you end-up getting them from?

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