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Old 01-01-2005, 12:21 PM   #11
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i tihnk ill just wait for the hellas, cheaper or no i dont tihnk the blue lense would look good whent hey off, i dont wnat and light cut out, and the hells ahve the nice angel eyes
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The Hellas as Andrew mentioned are a circle pattern. Great for roller coaster roads, bad for traffic. The Cyber whites are nicer to motorists, but wont cover as high. If you're goind down a hill, with an uphill section approaching it'* nice to have the extra light up high.

However you can't use the hella'* all the time, unless you like to get flashed. It'* a matter of what you want them for. Both are a HUGE step from stock though. It'* the best driveability mod i've done.
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It'* the best driveability mod i've done.
I have to agree, i even went a step further and put the silverstar 55 bulbs in them.....WOW
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However you can't use the hella'* all the time, unless you like to get flashed.


Sorry.....
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It'* a matter of what you want them for. Both are a HUGE step from stock though. It'* the best driveability mod i've done.
well like i said im looking for far forward light, which one will put the most light straight ahead?
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i think that the Hellas have a good projection outwards, and really lights up the free way signs
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It'* a matter of what you want them for. Both are a HUGE step from stock though. It'* the best driveability mod i've done.
well like i said im looking for far forward light, which one will put the most light straight ahead?
I've never driven the cyberwhites, but they are bright as well. I've seen 2 cars with them. They had the model with the glow light in them you can use when they're off. Phish has some, MOS95b does, Willwren, etc.

The Hella'* do hit signs really brightly. It'* nice if you're having trouble reading a sign, or looking for an address, etc.
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I just saw 2 clear round SSEI Lights on ebay......put in bonneville ssei and its there
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I noticed that too about the Hellas...I am always getting flashed and I have them aimed REALLY down.....I will have to play with them some more in terms of aiming.
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You won't have that problem with the Navigators. The projector design grabs the light that would be wasted directly in front of the car that you can't see, and the extreme uppermost, and focuses it back to the road ahead. I don't get flashed, and I still see signs at distance, especially with the brights on (remember, I modded the stock wiring that disables driving lights with highs......one of the best mods I've done).
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