Highly recommend you go to this site to learn how to wire in heavy duty
wiring and a relay so you can get enough juice to the new lights [also
recommend the Ford Fiesta Bosch alternator talked about in earlier
Daniel Stern Lighting.
He has a kit all setup for a two headlight system --about $45. Of
course, he has lights to sell also.
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2001 03:25:17
From: "" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: TR6/TR250 Headlight Upgrade
>From: Highway Star <email@example.com>
>Reply-To: Highway Star <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: TR6/TR250 Headlight Upgrade
>Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2001 13:59:48 -0700
>I want to upgrade my headlights to either the flat Hella or the tripod
>Lucas PL. Has anyone upgraded their headlights on either a TR6 or
>Straight substitution? Interference problems? What do I need?...a 2
>adjuster or 3 adjuster?...what's the difference anyway?
Hmmmmm, Ya want to spend a bundle of money for those Hellas or Lucas
PLs? Well, as far as the Lucas tripods go, they don't crank out a lot
of light, unless there's a way to convert them to halogens.
Either route you'll be spending <$100... Lissen to this, You'll save
money and upgrade your car to halogens at a fraction of the cost...
Go to your friendly local auto store Penn-Jersey, Pep Boys, NAPA,
Autozone... It don't matter. Get halogen replacement sealed beams
They look like standard sealed beame but they've got eentsy little
halogen bulbs inside. It'll cost ya about $25.00... Ain't hard ay-
There, you've upgraded your lighting and you've save <$75.00 for some
other thing your TR undoubtably really needs... Unless you want that
dead "butch" look of "eurohalogen" lights...
Greg Petrolati Champaign, Illinois 1962 TR4 (CT4852L)
That's not a leak... My car's just marking its territory...
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