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Old 01-24-2005, 02:06 AM   #11
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Well it wasnt about whats best its about what he likes and wants. Sylvania has some Cool Blue type lights that you may like but the Silverstars are the closest you'll get to that look rather than the blue ones.
I'm just trying to explain what'* popular, and what'* the best performance.
Sorry I wasnt tryin to start an E-Brawl. lol
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Does anyone have pics posted with the silverstars at work? I'd rather not spend $400-$800 to convert. I would like the look but, I drive country roads when it'* dark. Do they work well? What about our fog lights? Any good ideas for those?
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silverstars are better than stock. you wont get a true HID look, but it is a cheap upgrade.
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I do, but my sight is down at the moment. I think BonneMeMn has a series of shots showing normal lights versus SS'*
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i have the silverstars and they are deff. better the stock i like them but like everyone has said there is no replacement for HID. im really thinking of one of the conversion kits but i have a quick question (not trying to steal the post or anything) but with the low and high beams at 400 a piece do you think i could just get away with the low beams b/c they seem really bright and if there that bright then the high beam must be blinding
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i have the silverstars and they are deff. better the stock i like them but like everyone has said there is no replacement for HID. im really thinking of one of the conversion kits but i have a quick question (not trying to steal the post or anything) but with the low and high beams at 400 a piece do you think i could just get away with the low beams b/c they seem really bright and if there that bright then the high beam must be blinding
http://www.xenonking.com/index.html
this place is cheaper, A Friend of mine just got a set of 12000K lows for his car and yes it makes his high beams about useless I would go with something smaller like the 8000K or 10000K for the lows than get the 12000K for the highs.
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thanks Midnight Express for that site i think that im just goin to go with the 8000k lows for now and the 12000k highs when i have the extra money
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