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IPF 968 "dual reflector" light owners

For those of you that have the IPF 968 with the dual reflector, could you please post a picture of the lights on at night? I'm planning on buying a set and was just wondering what the light output and spread looks like.

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You do realize that it's just a gimmick, right? Similar to the Lightfarce products?
IPF doesn't make any high quality lighting; there are better options out there for focus and performance.

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I know the 968 aren't as good as separate driving and fog lights, I just want to see what kind of light they put out.

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I know the 968 aren't as good as separate driving and fog lights, I just want to see what kind of light they put out.
Compared to something like a Hella 4000 Rallye (driving or Euro pattern), it's not very good.

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Considered going with the HID X lights? 4" or 7", the light output is amazing! And it's a Euro pattern, so the spread is nice while yielding "pretty good" distance, too.

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HIDx are out of my price range

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What's your price range? I got my 7" HID X lights and mounts for like $265 shipped. Don't think the IPF's are too much cheaper, are they?

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HIDx lights work great offroad, miserable onroad though.
Stinkloads of light. Best bang for the buck in sloppy lighting.

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