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Old 09-14-2004, 11:49 PM   #11
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am i gonna see a difference between silverstars and my xenon blue 9006'* that i have right now?
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I run SilverStars for the lows and CoolBlues for the Hights... also Blazertech 55 watt driving lights.
I can make 'em cry if need be

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am i gonna see a difference between silverstars and my xenon blue 9006'* that i have right now?
if your current lights are blue, then yes Silverstars will appear whiter and brighter
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my current highers are dimmer than my lows and fogs together...time to whip out the cash from the student loan
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i have silverstar headlgihts and foglamp bulbs. they work really great.
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How much should I expect to pay for silverstars and the blue high beams mentioned in earlier thread? Where is best place to get them? And last, are these just plug in replacement bulbs?
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walmart is the best place to get them for high and low beam silverstars there like 37.00 dlls for each set. but the othere problem was finding the 880 fog lamp silverstars bulbs they were at kragen auto parts for like 20.00 dlls each. oh and my center turn signal silverstars are like 30.00 dlls for the set.
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Why would you put cool blues instead of silverstars for the high beams?
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Why would you put cool blues instead of silverstars for the high beams?
I have the silverstar highs, they are NICE. I had cool blues in my Sonoma for a day, I could not stand them.

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Why would you put cool blues instead of silverstars for the high beams?
They're cheaper, and I can't tell the differnce over distance with them. They don't have as much of a blinding effect on street signs, either.
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