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Old 12-02-2005, 01:10 AM   #1
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Im looking into brighter fogs for Ghost. I notice a plethora of FLs used by members from Sols CyberWhites to Angel eyes. Honestly I would like to have a nice bright set, without having to do a complete rewire. Id like to use the same wires to use the fog controls in the car as Im pretty handy with electronics.
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Hella Angel Eyes with the Sylvania Silverstar H3 55w ....i can cook the roadkill on the road with them
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I used the stock wiring on mine. No issues. Even the others on CGP use stock wires with the Cyber'*, and have run fine for years like that.
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what'* your budget??

if you want a really birght set they make HID projector fogs
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How much do those cost? the HID ones. I know how much cyberwhites costs
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I'm running a set of Angel Eyes ($60 I think) with SS H3'* ($40 for 2 at Walmart) & I love them. I used the stock wiring and they are nice and bright. I have the Angel Eyes wired to a seprate hidden switch though.
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On those Cybers, Sol. Do the bulbs burn out easily, or is it a pretty durable casing. I used to have them on my blazer, but they'd get moisture in the housing. Are they sealed now?
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Yea, I've had no moisture issues. However, one of the bulbs burnt out recently after about 4 months use.

It happens...
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Angel Eye'* are AWSAOME, but be forwarn, get the plastic lense covers for them, they break easily. Mine broke 1 month after installing them just from a small rock.
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Angel Eye'* are AWSAOME, but be forwarn, get the plastic lense covers for them, they break easily. Mine broke 1 month after installing them just from a small rock.
been over a year with no problems
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