Interesting coment, considering that you sell a 100W bulb and asks customers to "Ditch your original bulbs for these bulbs"stick with factory settings which are 55W, no issues with MTEC bulbs at all
I had a similar issue with my 325i I put lights that where higher wattage then the stock 55W and it melted the wiring harness that holds the bulb.i had them in mine by accident, one of the h7 connector to the bulb melted the plastic housing on the connector it self. but wouldn't use. it useless on low beams unless you can put out 100w's.
Care to explain how my 55w HID fogs work then?I strongly recommend against it. Investigate xenon retrofits instead.
Edit: The link posted to the "100w" bulbs has a bit of an impossibility: 55watt draw cannot produce 100watts of output. Cross-reference the First Law of Thermodynamics. Might want to take that down, E92Lighting before someone takes issue with your false advertising.
Thanks for that, but I am not sure you can compare current draw of those HID to halogen style can you? HID with ballasts are different.
You and bmw_n00b13 are both correct.Care to explain how my 55w HID fogs work then?
Have you ever used those HID in foggy conditions? I suspect the wavelength of the light makes it so all you do is light up the fog itself...while it looks cool, it doesn't really function as fog lights do they? I'd consider them "cool driving lights"...just that they do and look so damn sweet doing it! LOL.