View Poll Results: Sugar Scoop or RoW ?

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  • Sugar Scoop

    6 16.22%
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    31 83.78%
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Thread: Sugar Scoop or H1/H4 ?

  1. #11
    Junior Member dca911t's Avatar
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    Jan 2018
    Eagle, Id 83616
    I changed out the stock head lamps on my 70T in September of 1972. I put the original headlamps in the Bosch box and have never looked back at wanting the stock headlights.



    David C. Allen
    1970 911T 2.2

  2. #12
    Serial old car rescuer Arne's Avatar
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    Aug 2011
    Eugene, OR
    LOL!! H1s for $39 each!
    - Arne

    In Progress
    - 1972 911T coupe, now returning to the original Silver
    Sold - 1984 911 Carrera coupe, Chiffon white; 1973 914 2.0, Saturn Yellow; 1984 944, Silver Metallic

  3. #13
    Senior Member
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    Jun 2011
    Bellingham, WA
    I still have my sugar scoops on. I installed H-4s 40 years ago, & recently upgraded to LEDs

  4. #14
    Senior Member METAVINYL's Avatar
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    Mar 2012
    I realized that in my photos I actually have H4's in the scoops. Sorry about that. I didn't mean to make it a 'trick' question. I should have made 3 options:

    DOT Scoop (for the concourse purist)
    Scoop w/ H4 conversion (the compromise)
    Member # 3245

    1955 356 Sunroof Coupe
    1971 911E Coupe

  5. #15
    H1 or H4 over sugar scoops all day

  6. #16
    Plus the sugar scoops are not as aerodynamically efficient as H1 or H4

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