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Old 07-24-2007, 11:52 PM   #1
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I was just wondering what would be the best headlight bulb choice. I want the blueish one but i want a really bright one also. And the same for the fog lights.And one last thing is there any way to brighten up my HUD i can bealy see in in the day time.

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Really blue headlights are useless for visibility at night. NEVER go blue. Most fo the members here us SYlvania Silverstars. Theyre more of a white than a yellow.
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yah visibility isnt that great with blue headlights, and in the rain it is even worse...if you really want to go that route, you can get ones that are a whiteish blue color, i have used streetglow xenon white headlights and they are pretty good, but if you really want blue you can go with nokya, good luck seeing, but you will defiantly have the blue color.
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im more lookin to have the brightness more then the blue i just wanted somin with a little tint nothin much but the being able to see is more important to me then the blue color..thanks for your input
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heres something to think about

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ighlight=bulbs


oo and if you are thinking of spending the $50 for two bulbs for the Silver stars.

you may just want to get something that is really truly brighter

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...&highlight=120
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