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Old 03-01-2005, 12:21 PM   #11
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$60? Way too much, when you can get the Cyber-White Navigators for half that, and they have tempered glass lenses, and produce a whiter, BRIGHTER light. Better reflector design puts the light where you need it, and they're slightly smaller in diameter, allowing more airflow to the lower portion of the radiator.

They won't pit.

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But they can crack, dammit. The cool part is mine has been cracked for well over a year, and the glass is still there. She made some crunching noises when I put in the 100w bulbs, but I still have all the glass in place. Them Cyberwhites are tough SOB'*...
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Are the housings the same on an SSE/SSEi as it is on an SE, just in a different location?
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Housings are the same, brackets are different. Upgrade is the same procedure, but harder on the SE because of access.
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if you want to stay with the OEM lenses.....I have a pair I'll sell ya.....If you're interested. They have some slight pitting but nothing horrible.....look pretty nicew. Was gonna use them in my car, but debating on angel eyes or cyber whites.....so OEM'* gotta go. I have 2 pair.....but one of the lenses is pitting so bad it looks like a mosaic or something.
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if you want to stay with the OEM lenses.....I have a pair I'll sell ya.....If you're interested. They have some slight pitting but nothing horrible.....look pretty nicew. Was gonna use them in my car, but debating on angel eyes or cyber whites.....so OEM'* gotta go. I have 2 pair.....but one of the lenses is pitting so bad it looks like a mosaic or something.
I got some factory-type replacements coming soon. Thanks for the offer though.
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I like those angel eyes alot.. how much do those run? and where can i get me a pair of them? that 93 looks bad *** btw.
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I like those angel eyes alot.. how much do those run? and where can i get me a pair of them? that 93 looks bad A$$ btw.
ah thank you, you can get them at pep boys for like $55 or sang a set off ebay.
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kool man thanks thats not a bad price at all. i think im gunna need a pair of those
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kool man thanks thats not a bad price at all. i think im gunna need a pair of those
ya they are SUPER bright with the stock bulbs, but that wasnt good enough i put the Silverstar H3 in there you want to talk bright.....they might be brighter than my headlights
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