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Old 03-28-2004, 07:26 PM   #11
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I like them a lot. Noone has flashed me yet. Only had them on two nights, though. Keep in mind these are larger than stock, so I don't know how they'll fit in SE bumper holes, they just barely fit in SSE holes.
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These are so bright, they make my PIAAs look yellow and dim, which they are certainly not.
i got the same problem......make my piaa xtreme white plus'* look lame. but i have navigator cyber whites with pilot hyper white bulbs
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You probably won't get flashed unless you're right in front of someone, since they are a focused beam. I have never gotten flashed with mine, and they really don't look really bright unless I am looking at them from the front and am standing a little low. So that'* why I assume I've never gotten flashed. They may be too bright for someone if you're driving right behind them, but I don't know how they'd let you know.

But agreed, they look very nice John!
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good job JWK! I still haven't installed mine I guess I'll get around to it sometime this week, oh they do fit SE'* a little better though, thanks for tha photo'* JWK looks very good!
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I like the red rings, gives that evil look. How big are the lights? Can you give us the diameter?
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I think it'* 5.25" in diameter.
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Im picking a set up from walmart 35.99
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Im picking a set up from walmart 35.99
thats where i got mine....about 40 after tax....14 for pilot hyperwhite h3s and ur set!


i would say "DAMN THEY'RE BRIGHT"......but everybody else that gets aftermarket lights says that.....DUH THEY'RE GONNA BE BRIGHT
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I haven't seen these particular lights at Walmart, but it wouldn't suprise me if they were cheaper than Autozone. I know oil is a few bucks cheaper there.
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Question?
I see ppl have pilot hyper white bulbs...are the coated blue...and if so
I thought blue = BAD?
Meaning they actually cut down your visibility?

just axin....

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