A word of caution... adding higher headlight wattage bulbs with the existing wiring and connectors. Wiring, connectors and switches all have wattage specs and engineered for the stock current draw. Doubling the headlight bulb for instance the added heat from a 100W bulb can over time cause connector and switching deformation. When this happens you get intermittent troubles and will drive you nuts trying to isolate the trouble. Since we don't know the wattage rating of these things it's best to run new wiring and relays if necessary to eliminate adding higher amp draws to existing hardware. I have also seen plastic headlight reflectors melt and dis-form because there was not enough heat dissipation in the stock headlight.
Last edited by raw6464; 08-09-2012 at 06:49 PM.