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11-12-2010 09:45 AM
kilz42 oh and pardon my use of the slang "fatboy" - technically the x51 Super Low Beams. Any suggestions and what watt amount to use would be appreciated
11-12-2010 09:38 AM
Light Upgrades Delta + Fatboy

Hey everyone,

I'm asking the same age old question that I never can find the best answer to.. I'm running Delta H4's in my YJ and I have a ARB M002 coming in the mail right now. I'm gonna wire it up and check out the output this weekend but I have a feeling that the 60/55 watt xenons that are in there aren't gonna have the output that I'm looking for. I dont want HID's nor do I want this thread to be about them. I was considering the Fatboy bulbs but I'm not sure what would work the best for my setup. Does anyone have suggestions for what would work well?

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