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Old 10-01-2003, 09:12 PM   #51
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bad pic but here they are. i hit a deer with my bumper getting them. but my lights seem to be brighter in person.
lows i think

highs i think

outside taken from angle

ill try again when their are less deer out i got a video but its all black so ill make a new one tomrrow during the day less deer and i can see them coming.
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[quote="Burgundy_Boat"]how do you like these???

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how do you like these???

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maybe you call him poor because he is looking away... here you can see a hint of his true nature...

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These are Blazertech H3 fogs with Silver Star low beams:




These are Cool Blue High beams:

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Bill, those look GREAT! Those Blazertech'* are BRIGHT! I looked everywhere for Silverstar High Beams but couldn't find them. But mine are still much better than stock.

Also, you got those Blazertechs from pfyc.com? How was the installation on those? Thanks. I may get those and save the angel eyes for my future SSEi.
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Mine aren't REALLY Blazertechs. They're the same light (exactly) sold under a different name. Can't remember the damn name now. Jseabert and I are both running them. They were $10 cheaper than the blazers, and purchased locally.
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Did the installation require a lot of modifications? Or pretty simple, basic tools kinda chit?
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This is standing in front of the car, shot down the face of the radiator at the passenger side light. Notice the main stock bracket is still there. I just mounted the new light with 4 self-tapping sheetmetal screws to the original bracket. Took 10 minutes.

The new lights are smaller, which allows more cooling air to reach the radiator around the lights, but looking at them from the front in daylight, you can't tell.
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Sweet. Thanks Will. I'll definitely get those.
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