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Old 03-05-2006, 01:40 PM   #11
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I've noticed a remarkable difference between the SS'* and the stockers. And had good luck with all 4 SS'* in both cars.
Same here. Haven't had any of the bad luck in the '99 assemblys either and they have been in there just a little over a year
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I noticed a large improvement in light output between stock and SS bulbs.

Are your headlamps very pitted where the light isn't focusing?
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something to keep in mind... yellow light reflects better off of wet roads and cuts through fog better... my headlights work awesome, but if the road is wet, i cant see ****
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Ya know, where I noticed the most difference between clear and blue bulbs, my projector headlights. The stock 55W clear bulbs put more light on the ground than blue 100W bulbs. They were H3'*. But, the HID'* put WAY more light to the ground than anything else, obviously.
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