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Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by totalriceboy, Mar 23, 2003.

  1. totalriceboy

    totalriceboy Junior Member

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    The light output on the low beams for my 93 honda accord is a little low IMO. I think it may just be the way the lenses were built. Anyways I have hyperwhites....and wanted to know if there is anything that says you cant or shouldnt put high beam bulbs in the low beam sockets. A couple concerns I have....#1 Are the low beam wiring harnesses able to carry the same amount of voltage? #2 The temperature of the bulb...bc it will be brighter...is there a possibility of melting something?

    Ty in advance for any help you can give:)
     
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    asmallsol Super Moderator

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    it might just be because you have hyperwhites. Hyperwhites are peices of shit. The blue coating that covers them completely takes away all of the light. Try putting your orginal bulbs in there.
     
  3. totalriceboy

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    The question I have still stands...is there any danger of putting highs in the low socket. Im worried about temperature and voltage. Ill determine at that point whether I think its too bright.
     
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