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Lounge / Re: Perpetual Car Thread
« Last post by icedrop on Today at 06:08:56 AM »
i had neutral white HID's before. They were good, now looking at full retrofit for HID.

using LED's right now, maganda lang tignan, not really that helpful kapag nasa ulan. Going back to halogens din kasi maulan na lately.

sa fogs ako naka LED. projector type. binubuksan ko lang kapag walang kasalubong o madilim. ayos siya sa visibility sa daanan.
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Lounge / Re: Perpetual Car Thread
« Last post by lahar on Today at 05:56:14 AM »
^that's in the pipeline...i can get yellow HIDs naman, right?

I've never seen yellow HIDs. Kind of defeats the purpose of HIDs IMO or what most people love about HID, i.e. to get the brightest and whitest light possible.
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Lounge / Re: Perpetual Car Thread
« Last post by ris on June 19, 2018, 11:43:25 PM »
^that's in the pipeline...i can get yellow HIDs naman, right?

i got yellow low beams before and was never flagged down on the street.  the problem would be in the annual registration.  may mga iba na ayaw.  baka kailangan mo pa kausapin yung head nila pag ganun.  other than that i never had problems when using it on the road
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Lounge / Re: Perpetual Car Thread
« Last post by JM on June 19, 2018, 10:39:57 PM »
hmm...guess i'm sticking to halogens then.  i originally thought there were LEDs that could work well with reflectors.  guess i'll just get them for park lights.

I think for foglights, LEDs are ok. Nakatutok naman sa baba eh.
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Not exactly true. Reflector headlights are designed to have a beam pattern based on the filament of the bulb which produces a "cutoff" in a way. For foglights the same holds true. If the light source position of the reflector the fog light housing is not intended for the bulb (even just by a few mm), there will be more glare and less throw

What I usually do is retrofit the fog lights with HIDs as well but with a straight line cutoff.
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Hardware / Re: Upgrading memory not working aspire one D255e
« Last post by firewall on June 19, 2018, 09:05:49 PM »
@wheelee baka nga hindi siya compatible kaya ayaw siyang gumana . Yon nga iniisip ko pero kaysa naman siya sa slot ng RAM
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Hardware / Re: Upgrading memory not working aspire one D255e
« Last post by firewall on June 19, 2018, 09:03:26 PM »
@splerdu yon dati naman ok siya 1gb nga lang upgrade ko siya sa 2gb ayaw ..so ibig sabihin hindi siya maalikabok
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Lounge / Re: Perpetual Car Thread
« Last post by dean on June 19, 2018, 07:34:08 PM »
^that's in the pipeline...i can get yellow HIDs naman, right?
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Lounge / Re: Perpetual Car Thread
« Last post by ris on June 19, 2018, 06:06:04 PM »
hmm...guess i'm sticking to halogens then.  i originally thought there were LEDs that could work well with reflectors.  guess i'll just get them for park lights.

or you could get projectors retrofitted.  hehehe
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Hardware / Re: Upgrading memory not working aspire one D255e
« Last post by wheelee on June 19, 2018, 03:04:09 PM »
madali lang naman isalpak - sana dinala mo sa pinagbilhan mo usually ganon ang process para ma sure na compatible nga sa unit mo yung ram
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Hardware / Re: Upgrading memory not working aspire one D255e
« Last post by splerdu on June 19, 2018, 12:13:47 PM »
Baka naman maalikabok lang yung RAM slot kaya di malinis ang contact. Hipan mo! heheh
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