Hell yeah they're bright!!!!!The beam on mine is fine buddy, had it setup when I fitted them and had it re-checked a few weeks ago, several months since fitting, had them adjusted so they are lower than the highest reading on the lense gadget they use to make sure they don't dazzle, mine are damn bright too �� 4300 ones....
The link I posted up was vague though, doesn't mention OEM etc.....
HID (High Intensity Discharge) lights are different to the standard bulbs you will find in your van. They use a very high voltage to superheat a gas contained in the bulb to the point of plasma, where it will them spontaneously discharge photons in the visible light spectrum. It is the same technology used in street lighting, otherwise known as sodium arc lighting.My van went for test on the 5th and if its a HID kit that upspex is offering then mine past with it fitted!
This was a "Dummies Guide" for the testers....easy way for them to know IF the lights were HID or not....it was NOT a statement about what MUST be fitted.
You sure Upspex is offering a HID kit?theres a few threads on atm with a similar topic in them.
My van went for test on the 5th and if its a HID kit that upspex is offering then mine past with it fitted!
It has no levelling things or cleaning mabobs.
The test station was clued up on it as they spent the time to go through the extra things on the test with me as we did a walk around on the van.
My Knob of a brother has a 'P' plate A4 with these in and they are sooo blinding. He thinks it's great to be able to see like it's daytime.You sure Upspex is offering a HID kit?
His loom upgrade is nothing to do with HID just more voltage and better bulbs.
HID kits are illegal and quite rightly so unless fitted with levellers as Gaz has described (they'll also need the correct lenses for this not reflectors like our vans have) T: So the rest of us road users are not blinded every few miles and then have to pull over to allow the white glow to clear from being burnt into our retinas LOL: (not that I feel at all strongly about this LOL.
Jump into an audi estate with them and you'll see what is meant if you turn the lights on and then dump your kit in the boot the lights adjust in angle. If you have a van and dump kit in the back without levers then you blind everyone. It dangerous and hope the powers that be clamp down on people using them.