This is the best lighting setup I have experienced in a car without harming oncoming traffic.
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Lighting setup of my Crysta that I am absolutely loving during night drives these days. The setup consists of a total of six bulbs which turn on at max capacity and is the best lighting setup I have experienced in a car without harming oncoming traffic (low beam). I use the high beam only when I need the oncoming vehicle to dip their beam and that has a 100% success rate.
- Low beams – Stock LED with projector
- High beams – Osram HB3 LED replaced the stock halogens
- Fog lights – Projectors with H11 HID bulbs which support both high and low beam
Here is the output
Low beam + high beam
Dual low beam with fog
Dual high beam with all six bulbs lighting up
If you notice the low beam of both pairs of lights are focused to stay low and offer a superb spread and won’t harm even low-height cars like the Alto ahead. High beam is a different story altogether and I am very considerate where it is used.
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