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Old 12-02-2005, 02:48 AM   #11
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my angel eye chipped in october.. I installed them in august. crappy michigan roads too
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I believe most people that have replaced then have used the stock wiring for the main fog light itself. To date no one has had any problems that I am aware of, the factory system should be rated around the same fuse.
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i got some nice driving light in the FL slots, i wanna get SS bulbs for them since at the moment the bright yello doesnt match my SS headlights
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I'm running Cyberwhite'* on both cars. The 93 went over a year before the first lamp burned out, and I replaced both at that time with 100W H3'*. No problems for the last year.

The 95 has had 55W H3 lamps in Cyberwhites since July. No problem.

The Cyberwhite Navigators have a better reflector design than almost any light out there. It captures the light cast high and low, and puts it back on the road where you and the oncoming drivers want it.

I haven't modified my stock wiring or fuses at all.
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Do cyberwhites made lights with a clear casing instead of the blue?
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I'm running Cyberwhite'* on both cars. The 93 went over a year before the first lamp burned out, and I replaced both at that time with 100W H3'*. No problems for the last year.

The 95 has had 55W H3 lamps in Cyberwhites since July. No problem.

The Cyberwhite Navigators have a better reflector design than almost any light out there. It captures the light cast high and low, and puts it back on the road where you and the oncoming drivers want it.

I haven't modified my stock wiring or fuses at all.
i've got 100w h3'* myself, sylvanias, im not impressed by them, they didnt look much if any brighter than the 55w bulbs the lights came with
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i have the 55W Silverstar H3'*, and holy hell do they make a difference
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Do a write up with pics of the mounting bracket install. I am getting ready to install some 885 bulbs in the stock housing but I may be looking for a projector fog that will fit in the stock opening.

Hard to go wrong with a PIAA lamp. Very nice choice.
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i got the cyberwhites cuz their bright and easy to install, i used the factory wireing so i could use the factory switch. they were the best thing i could do to my car.

im still wondering about the 100watt bulb that willren told me about but he never got back to me.
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