|Narva 9006 Special Purpose / Rallye 70W Headlight / Headlamp |
The Candlepower Store has changed ownership effective 20 October 2020.
Kenny Franklin, the former division manager of E-commerce has formed his own company following the retirement of the principals of Candlepower Inc. His statement :
I am continuing the 50 year tradition of customer service DBA as Candlepower USA.
You all are the kindest people I have ever had the pleasure to know and serve. I truly truly appreciate all of the conversations, interactions, and positive comments you all have given me in the past and I hope to continue to serve you in the future.
I feel privileged to have the opportunity to meet your lighting needs and to grow my new business by providing the same customer service as I have in the past.
--- Please visit the new Candlepower storefront to purchase the
Narva Rallye 48026.
The Rallye 70W 9006 - A High Performance lamp with a lifespan comparable to a good quality standard 9006 bulb.
Originally designed to meet demands for Rallye Racing*, this special-service bulb is the highest-output, most efficient 9006 available from anyone!
Perfect upgrade for OFF ROAD racing headlamps, diving lights, Agricultural / Industrial work lamps, and FOG LAMPS. -- I use these in the '11 Tiguan fog lamps which cut through the Winter chemical spray and light up BOTH sides of the lanes on the freeway as well as both sides of the country roads.
12V 70W P22d Base
*Please note that there are many factors that influence life hours and your life hours may differ. Life hours is defined as the amount of time in which around 80% of a sample set of bulbs are still lit, but at a highly reduced efficiency (lumen output and amperage draw on the electrical system). This happens slowly over the life hours and you may not notice the reduced output until you replace a burnt out lamp.......** For continuous high lumen output, one should replace the headlights yearly to eighteen months... ALWAYS change both bulbs when one lamp burns out.
** Depending on the amount of driving time with your lamps lit, you should adjust this interval.