Don't do it! It's not the reflectors, but the the existing wiring that will
have a hard time of it with the extra current. Honda headlight wiring is
If you want to improve your lighting, first make sure the lenses are not
sandblasted and pitted, and that they are aimed correctly. both items will
put light where you don't want it, resulting in less where you do.
Finally, if your bulbs are original, they will have dimmed somewhat from
new. Replacing them with new will help.
Actually, there is one more thing that would help: Installing a set of
European-market lamps. The beam pattern is far better than ours. You can
apparently obtain these at performance shops. If you decide to do this,
make certain they are NOT "JDM" (or right-hand-drive) lamps!.
Thanks for the information. I still am thinking about the large lights. I
will put in a relay to handle the load. I will probably just run them for a
while and see if the plastic starts getting too hot. I sure don't want to
burn up my honda wiring. I'll just run some #12 from my battery to power the
low and high beams.
I did put these headlamps in a ford windstar and they worked fine. They did
not melt the plastic. That of course does not mean that they would not melt
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