High beams by nature tend to blind people at times, but it is probabaly no different then any other cars high beam as that is the way it comes from Honda/Acura. Unlike the H4 bulbs where the low beam turns off when the high beam is on, the Legend uses sepate bulbs so they are both on at the same time. I believe all the cars that use a 9006 low beam and a 9005 high beam are that way. It is probably adjusted accordingly from the factory do be legal and not blinding according to allowed specifications.Roger said:i have seen some legends on the forum with both the low and high beam lights on at the same time , is this a possiblity ?? without blinding people on the road?
Roger, turn on your headlights and then flick on your high beams. Now run to the front of your car and look, while the high beams come on, the low beams stay on too. All honda/acura with 9006/9005 hi/low combos do this.Roger said:i have seen some legends on the forum with both the low and high beam lights on at the same time , is this a possiblity ?? without blinding people on the road?
I don't think it's possible, because you can not adjust the high beams and low beam seperately. If you aim your high beams lower, you low beam would also aim lower and rendering it useless.Roger said:im sorry for the post i guess i knew the lights stayed on i was just wondering if anyone has adjusted the high beam and drives with both lights cause it looks awesome
they are 9005's (for hi beams) No re-wiring necessary. They just pop right in. Not sure wht brand they are, but make sure you do not exceed 60w if you purchase some. I picked them up at a local speed shop here in town.n20rbit93 said:where did you get those gold bulbs??? what brand are they? are they still 9005's or did you re-wire it to be something else???