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Old 09-21-2006, 11:28 PM   #11
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Your out of your mind.
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$140 on HIDs and projectors?
projectors. bulbs and ballasts will cost me another 200ish
how long did it take you to put the projectors in?
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bryrby how many time have you "blinded people"
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$140 on HIDs and projectors?
projectors. bulbs and ballasts will cost me another 200ish
how long did it take you to put the projectors in?
started today. It really doesn't take that long.

Do you have a point you are trying to prove??

You think that by me possibily spending a little bit more on parts and some actual time that it makes you better? it makes your "output" better than what mine will be or even is right now?

Take some pictures of your car straight towards a wall at about 25 feet away. I woudl bet your beam looks like **** with little usable light.
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bryrby how many time have you "blinded people"
so if you aren't flashed it means you haven't blinded someone?
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im going to straight forward here. my headlights as pretty bright, im not going to lie or talk crap about people who put ~$400 into something that they are going to use 1/8th of the day.

i have never been flashed or pulled over for my lights and ive had them for about a month.
but if the time ever comes to where someone in on coming traffic sees my headlights and their occipital cortex becomes severally damaged causing total blindess, which causes them to run off the road, crash into a tree, and die on impact...then i might invest in some projectors or just downgrade to silverstars or something.
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Take some pictures of your car straight towards a wall at about 25 feet away. I woudl bet your beam looks like ***^ with little usable light.
why? i dont drive in front of walls, so i could care less.
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EXACTLY You would think with 3000 posts you would know not to hijack a thread!
WE KNOW YOUR OUTPUT IS BETTER.
Why do you keep talking **** about HIDs without projectors, Are you mad that I had HIDs before you? That I spent1/1000 of the time and 1/4 the money? What is it!!!!!!!!!

This is EXACTLY why I didnt say I had HID'*. Because constant **** comes out of your mouth.


Now without Corvette does anyone have experience with H3 yellow fog lights?
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Pour your hearts out here, keep it down though.
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Now without Corvette does anyone have experience with H3 yellow fog lights?
MTEC, Luminics, or Nokya bulbs are the best yellow bulbs on the market. With Luminics and Nokya being the most favored.

But I guess you don't want my input so I guess you will have to close your eyes.
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