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Remove Headlights and Grille using bulb replacement instructions in Manual - Push the fixings supplied into these holes circled in red130 views
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Haunted Headlights34 views
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Lights and mats280 viewsD3 headlights and a set of mats
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FOR SALE - ONE OFF Land Rover Disco 3 33 viewsOne of a kind Landrover Discovery TDV6 HSE LUX Model 5 door automatic 4x4 diesel evo blue. Upgrades: sidesteps, roof rails, privacy glass, front and rear heated seats/elec seats, landrover tv and headphones, 7 seater black leather, piano black dash/steering wheel, built in fridge, 6 disc changer, sat nav and bluetooth, harman kardon premium entertainment pack, by-xenon adaptive headlights , cruise control and front and rear park distance control, panoramic electric glass roof, 22inch alloy wheels, body kit
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TDV8 to Date226 views2007 (57) TDV8 HSE
Mods:
BAS mapped.. oh yeah..
Colour coordinated lower sills,Java handles, supercharger vents and grill
Hawke smoked repeaters
Halo style HD LED rings in headlights
22" supercharger style diamond cut alloys
2011 LED rear lights

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D4 Being Prepped for LAS26 viewsThis is a Disco 4 (unknown spec) being prepped up at my workplace for the LAS, having new comms kit put in and stuff. What you can't see from this angle is that the front grille and headlights have been taken out.
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Frontale D4 20141 views
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Defender in the Fog, another day on the job.396 viewsThis is another normal work day for a Defender - actually the jpg is from a Land Rover advertising shot, but it may just not be a set up one. I think it is an actual working Defender. Note the visible front tow hook and how the hi lift is just rope tied on; also the normal stock headlights and I guess dual spare tyres - just another day on the job.
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LED sidelights182 viewsI wish I\'d done a before pici - the LEDs are brighter, and much better match to the headlights.
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Philips D2S 85122 C1 Xenon 4300K projector HID bulb882 viewsThis is the 4300K OEM bulb in our HID Xenon projector headlights. People who design illumination systems regard the 4300K colour as a good compromise to provide what is called definition. This is effectively the ability to actually determine what an object being illuminated probably is. The more blue colour bulbs, say 5000K and greater, result in a reduction in the ability to distinguish detail, (regardless of brightness), of the object being illuminated. Effectively, you can see the object but you cannot quite figure out what it is. This is because the more blue frequencies means there are fewer other frequencies of light that allow our eyes to actually discern what an object really is.

The 4300K colour temperature applies to clear air conditions; for rain, dust, snow, fog, etc, then a yellow 2500K colour temperature is preferable. 2500K provides more contrast and there is less back splash of light off the air particles. In blowing snow, this means less sparkle back. Flat top cut off of the light beam, (which is the pattern our projector lights have), is important to reducing back splash - hence you do do not want roof mounted lighting for adverse conditions - as low down as possible is preferable, (which is why fog lights generally sit low.)
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