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Old 12-28-2006, 02:05 PM
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I prefer totally clear lenses, leads to the most light output.
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Actually i just bid on them...
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Originally Posted by BonneMeMN
Any reason to get those over these?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/CLEAR...mZ230070255750

I'm not normally a fan of blue tints... or could it maybe be removed?
only difference between those is that they dont have the blue ion coating on them...meaning your output will be whiter. which is better imo.
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Any reason to get those over these?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/CLEAR...mZ230070255750

I'm not normally a fan of blue tints... or could it maybe be removed?
only difference between those is that they dont have the blue ion coating on them...meaning your output will be whiter. which is better imo.
That'* what I figured I prefer a white lens look, and the output of ANY light in the car without a blue filter.

But I have Blue coated bulbs in my house and LOVE 'em.
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Mmmm Updated descriptions lately...cool
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Originally Posted by BillBoost37
Interesting..this is more an aftermarket electrical than detailing. Please move for future searches...
and just a Note... I didn't put it here... i had it in Gen
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I missed my auction, but after it finished i was given a "2nd chance" to buy at the highest bid i put in. In my case this was $20....

So if you bid low, you could get a very low 2nd chance price after the intial auction ends.
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wooo I took more pictures of mine in my grandparents driveway....

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Can't wait to get....

I'm also happy about the OE plug compatability. Sick of the cheap wire harness with my optilux, and the crappy connectors.
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Originally Posted by BonneMeMN
Can't wait to get....

I'm also happy about the OE plug compatability. Sick of the cheap wire harness with my optilux, and the crappy connectors.
Use the Wireing Harness that comes with them!!! its allot better then stock!

Cuz it has a Relay in it, gets more Amps to the Bulbs makes them brighter

Its easy to hook up cuz you can do everything from under the hood, just tap into the Stock +12v for the Stock Fogs to use to turn on the Relay for the new ones
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