Reviewed By Joey P (belleville, NJ) Reviewed for a 2009 Subaru Impreza —5/25/2012 3:52 AM
Look nice on road and off
Reviewed By Matthew M (Wimberley, TX) Reviewed for a 1999 Subaru Forester —12/17/2010 7:14 AM
I did a ton of research & thanks to other peoples reviews i came to the conclusion of the Hella 500ff's were right for me. They may not be as bright as the 100w or HID lights, but keep in mind that you are only paying a fraction of what those kits costs. From other readers, you can easily upgrade them to 100w. One suggestion i will make is replacing the light covers they come with. I think those are butt ugly! They do make stone sheild covers for them that look much more natural on the lights (and just cooler). You can find them by googling "hella 500 grills". I had to replace the bolts they came with to longer ones to accomodate the bull bar on my subaru forester, but couldn't be happier.
Reviewed By Chris B (Mount Airy, MD) Reviewed for a 2004 Subaru Outback —9/22/2009 9:34 AM
I bought the Hella FF-50's for my BMW K1200LTC (motorcycle) to compliment the pitiful high beam. These lights throw out a tremendous amount of light for their size. I have them mounted forward & just under each mirror. This creates a wide spread of light to both sides & far down the road. At first I was a bit unhappy in the fact that you have to fabricate your own wiring harness, but this is actually a good thing. Unlike with a premade harness, you aren't resticted in where you locate your relay, etc. along the harness. Nore do you have to bundle up, or cut, the remainder of the wiring. Be sure to take the time & solder the wires onto the terminals