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September 17th, 2017, 12:36 PM   #21
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I took the challenge and had a look at ali too see if I found an identical to cyclops. Nope, I couldnt find one.

Many chinese products are the same because they are made in the same factory. The problem can be with tolerances and/or quality as some did not pass the scrutiny, but instead of junking them a worker might take them and sell them on the side. Sometimes they work some "overtime" and sell those cheap on the side. Sometimes it is just cheap rip offs and look alikes from other factories.

You can be lucky but it is a gamble, and the house always win.

Interesting article about chinese counterfeit.
Boeing's Planes Are Riddled With Chinese Counterfeit Electronic Components
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September 18th, 2017, 01:57 AM   #22
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this is very close :

H4 HB2 9003 LED Headlight Bulbs Conversion Kit CREE 7000LM 6000K Cool White V16 | eBay

Anyway I got a Chinese Knok off H4 LED a few years back and used it in a suzuki i had at the time.
It worked well and gave alot of light but, you just can't get the right cutoff with a stock headligt, the focus is just going to be wrong.

If I was to do it again, i would use a good quality H4 halogen, and complement it with a LED flood light or light bar to "fill in" , connect it and the stock light with relays and good heavy wire and leave the extra light connected to high beam only.

This will give you the best result, little work and best bang for buck
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