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Old 09-21-2006, 08:09 PM   #21
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Ive had them for 2 weeks and havnt got flashed once.
And they are 5x brighter than my silverstars. I planned on doing projectors but I am not going to waste my time with it now.
Tell me where to find 6000k "looking" H3, I bought a set off ebay that said "6000k HID look H3" and they look NOTHING like them.
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Old 09-21-2006, 08:22 PM   #22
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Ive had them for 2 weeks and havnt got flashed once.
And they are 5x brighter than my silverstars. I planned on doing projectors but I am not going to waste my time with it now.
Tell me where to find 6000k "looking" H3, I bought a set off ebay that said "6000k HID look H3" and they look NOTHING like them.
I would be very interested in seeing a picture of your light output with the front of the car 25' from a wall on a flat surface.

Not getting flashed is NO way to judge anything.

And there is no way that they are 5 times brighter. I'll get into specifics if you need me to.

if you got white HID'* then you could match them. Blue isn't going to match much, but its possible.
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lol, whatever.
How about those yellow fog lights.
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I love the rhetoric

Smarten the hell up guys. Brybry, welcome to our site, but your first impression is leaving a bad taste, congrats you have HIDs in stock housings.

Let it be

The rest of yous, get back on topic.
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ENOUGH!
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Stop it guys, you're going to lock this topic, if you must, could you continue this behind the doors (using PM) so that the thread can remain unlocked for the original poster.
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I know it is not everyone'* cup of tea but I have a set of CATZ combination driving and fog lamps. The fog lamps are the gold iridium and work really well in the rain and snow. The pattern is wide and low that really lights up the side of the road.

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http://www.eliteone.com/catz/csd.htm

Bought them for around $110 on ebay.
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Now those are some lights, screw lights im just gonna follow you all night.
Got any pics of them on?
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I was thinkin somthing like this.
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Ladies, Gentlemen, this thread has been cleaned up, PLEASE make an effort to keep this on topic, the other posts have been split and put in the lounge for continuing chatting..however, it gets out of hand, and it gets locked, its simple...
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