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RE: Audi Germany Site/ Help

You can do the 55/100 bulbs without doing anything else, but you risk
frying the connectors. I'd put in one or two relays to draw power
directly from the battery post and possibly fuse the relay(s) in case
you go to even bigger bulbs. The improvement by getting "clean" power is
amazing - the dispersion still sucks, but at least it sucks brightly :-)
- peter
  peterhe@microsoft.com - http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/1001
  91 200qw
  94 acura legend gs
  issaquah, wa, usa

>-----Original Message-----
>From:	Alvin - not required - [SMTP:PRIMO_JR@msn.com]
>Help....ummm, make that a question, I just replaced my driver's side
>with a standard Sylvania 9004 bulb and it's working just fine , equal light 
>out of both bulbs, not sure what passenger's side bulb make is. And I was 
>recently looking through the Imparts catalog 1-800-325-9043 they sent for 
>x-mas and they have two totally different 9004's to choose from :
>9004, 55/100 watt Off-Road   #23501  $11.50
>9004, 80/100 watt Off-Road   #23502  $12.50
>I have no idea what my Sylvanias are rated at probably 35/55 watt ????
>Can I or should I upgrade to 55/100 watt without changing relays or do I have
>to change fuses and relays or maybe just one or the other????  
>Please send feedback.
>I would love to have brighter lights without getting arrested or