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  • ImagioX1
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    Originally posted by soundman98 View Post
    sure! just need a set of fusions!! lol

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  • soundman98
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    sure! just need a set of fusions!! lol

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  • ImagioX1
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    One thing Ive always wanted to see is how these led fogs stack up against the fusions especially when running hid's in them.

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  • MGMTF
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    Originally posted by soundman98 View Post
    not just color flicker, though it helped i also liked that the intensity was across the entire beam, where the mori has most of it's intensity in the middle.. and i'm partial to the osram led's the nolden's use
    It isn't even a fog light pattern practically though...

    Also something I think you neglected to note in your comparison is the way the X5 is suppose to work in conjunction with both left and right. In your pictures of the all three stacked, the X5 actual center is off from the other two. It is designed for the two lights to join in the middle and provide a even beam all the way across. So in reality when both lights are working in conjunction they are overall wider then the XBs

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  • soundman98
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    Originally posted by MGMTF View Post
    I like this comparo, poor X5 lol. I am still going to use it, just because they are cheaper then all get out. Still not sure how a narrow ass light (nolden) wins a fog comparison, but to each their own I guess.
    not just color flicker, though it helped i also liked that the intensity was across the entire beam, where the mori has most of it's intensity in the middle.. and i'm partial to the osram led's the nolden's use

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  • ileopard
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    Originally posted by MGMTF View Post
    I like this comparo, poor X5 lol. I am still going to use it, just because they are cheaper then all get out. Still not sure how a narrow ass light (nolden) wins a fog comparison, but to each their own I guess.
    This^^ Color flicker I think it was the winning point...that's useless in fogs

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  • MGMTF
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    I like this comparo, poor X5 lol. I am still going to use it, just because they are cheaper then all get out. Still not sure how a narrow ass light (nolden) wins a fog comparison, but to each their own I guess.

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  • blochead21
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    -Matt

    What models will be updated with a Ver 2.0?

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  • BOO5TED
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    GM 5202 you say?


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  • TRSMatt
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    Hows that for the most modern of XB LED fogs? Lens looks a bit like the winning Nolden eh?

    This one is the new GM 5202 replacement model.

    GM H16 2.JPG

    GM Spec.jpg


    Butttttt when you consider the much wider range of fitments, the fact that the price is 50%, and they're backed by none other than yours truly, whose winning now?

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  • michael.kozera
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    Originally posted by axipher View Post
    My Type-H's have less glare above the cutoff then my CBI's in FX-R's do in my really slanted housings. So I don't think glare is a huge issue they need to look at on the Type-H anyway, I can't comment on the other XB fogs directly though.

    And in terms of color temperature, I agree entirely. And I still think they should offer them unsealed since an 80 mm halo fits perfectly in whatever that B-Stock one was I bought off of you MK.
    ive got the round ones.

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  • axipher
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    Originally posted by Ilikecars View Post
    Andfigure out some 3k wide fog lights. Then your gold
    Well you would be more yellow than gold, but yes

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  • Ilikecars
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    Andfigure out some 3k wide fog lights. Then your gold

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  • axipher
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    Originally posted by michael.kozera View Post
    matt. i must say, this foglight you guys have created is absolutely fantastic. stupid wide, very narrow beam, ideal foglight.

    you u guys could just reduce the glare of this foglight then it would be absolutely king.


    if you havent already, go to my thread where ive taken it apart and removed almost all the glare:

    http://www.hidplanet.com/forums/show...d-and-improved



    also, they are 5500k ( roughly 5000k HID color)
    if you could offer them in 4700k (4300k HID color) and or 3700k (3800k HID).
    My Type-H's have less glare above the cutoff then my CBI's in FX-R's do in my really slanted housings. So I don't think glare is a huge issue they need to look at on the Type-H anyway, I can't comment on the other XB fogs directly though.

    And in terms of color temperature, I agree entirely. And I still think they should offer them unsealed since an 80 mm halo fits perfectly in whatever that B-Stock one was I bought off of you MK.

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  • michael.kozera
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    Originally posted by TRSMatt View Post
    This is the kind of thread I like to see! that's good stuff.

    Just wait until the newer generations of XB LED fog lights come out....their optics should rival the best. not that these ones we have now are bad
    matt. i must say, this foglight you guys have created is absolutely fantastic. stupid wide, very narrow beam, ideal foglight.

    you u guys could just reduce the glare of this foglight then it would be absolutely king.


    if you havent already, go to my thread where ive taken it apart and removed almost all the glare:

    http://www.hidplanet.com/forums/show...d-and-improved



    also, they are 5500k ( roughly 5000k HID color)
    if you could offer them in 4700k (4300k HID color) and or 3700k (3800k HID).

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