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Old 08-25-2003, 12:23 AM   #11
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I'm going to shop for some PIAA'*. Considering how hot it has been around here I won't go with 80 watt bulbs. Plus, I'm a little nervous about buying the nonames on eBay. I see the PIAA Xtremes on eBay too, but I wonder if they're authentic - kind of like buying a fake Rolex in Manhattan, right? I might just spring for the ones at tirerack.com for $77 USD (ouch) - any other recommendations?

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my piaa lows smoke on my silverstar highs
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i'm pretty happy with my silverstars
my piaa lows smoke on my silverstar highs
They do what on them, like are you saing that the PIAA'* smoke the silverstars, or that the PIAA'* are making your wires smoke???
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