Giulia Quad, Cayman GT4, Cayenne Turbo
I noticed that toLooks like one of the headlights has misted up..
How does it pass the mot with them? Doesnt it fry the wiring?Aftermarket Xenons work fine, nothing to worry about.
Technically illegal, but less of a nuisance that the tw4ts that drive round with their fog lights on the whole time.
Shouldn't be.NO doubt the backs of the headlights have been modded to allow the xenons to fit, that would explain the moisture in the units as air is getting in there now....
In the 2 units I have seen, people have cut the backs off the caps to make the units fit in.....Shouldn't be.
And the std caps at the back of the headlights are already vented as std, they are not sealed air tight. They would probably crack when hot if they were.
Even if they are longer at the back, there is loads of room in the headlight.The bulbs they used were definitely a lot bigger than the H7's, I will find out which ones they used....
Hmmm - it's a tough call but for £8k you could end with a car that is great and you know is just right, e.g. you arrange for the cambelt, Q2, suspension, brakes, exhaust etc, rather than relying on a seller saying they have been done.We seen these "bargains" appear before...... but are they?
Illegal lights, misted up, are these real bargains? are they priced correctly e.g. no 330's.....?
by the time you have spent another £2k to £3k you question if you should have just brought the car for the right money in the 1st place?
Exactly.Hmmm - it's a tough call but for £8k you could end with a car that is great and you know is just right, e.g. you arrange for the cambelt, Q2, suspension, brakes, exhaust etc, rather than relying on a seller saying they have been done.
So if they do fail do you have to replace the whole instrument pannel? Who looks at the revs anyway!I've known a few on here attributing the rev counter failure to fitting aftermarket xenons. But rev counter failure is a known issue anyway, so maybe its just chance..