What type or brand of headlight can i but for my car that has one million candle power?
- thebax2006Lv 71 year ago
None..that would be illegal.
- BertstaLv 71 year ago
You don't need more watts, you need glasses, better headlamp adjustment and/or auxiliary lights.
- The DevilLv 71 year ago
- Anonymous1 year ago
You can't. It's not legal. The maximum is about 2500 lumens, which equates to about 200 candle power. A maximum of 4 bulbs of this brightness is allowed in the "high beam" configuration, and two in the "low bean" configuration. . In addition, Xenon HID bulbss with a high color temperature above 8000K aren't legal, nor are Halogen bulbs with a color temperature of 4300K or over .
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- AlCaponeLv 71 year ago
One like this:
- Coffee DrinkerLv 71 year ago
Those are not legal for on-road use. Even if you didn't care about the law your car's 12 volt electrical system and small wires can't produce or carry enough power to produce that much light.
You might be able to buy a combination of offl-road lights like those light bars or spotlights you see on jacked up trucks and get to one million candle power, but you'd probably need auxiliary power source because your normal alternator won't produce the power necessary to run them.
And if you ever turn them on while driving on the road you'd not only be fined, but you could be held liable for any accidents caused by blinded drivers around you.
- Rona LachatLv 71 year ago
None that are legal for on the road use.
You can get spot lights of that size to mount on your car.
They are too bright for headlight use.