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Old Wed, Feb-11-2009, 09:51:54 PM   #1
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does anybody know about how much they go for, i saw a few on ebay for $200. And does anybody know if the the bright light bluelooks good on a white car
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does anybody know about how much they go for, i saw a few on ebay for $200. And does anybody know if the the bright light bluelooks good on a white car
If you want more of a blue hew just do the H7 bulb uprgade. Not bad for the cost. For $200 you can get an LED upgrade that will give you a bit more ouput. Are the ones on eBay the LED's? Here is a pic of my bulb upgrade:
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these are the ones i found on ebay
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/High-...ht_8381wt_1190
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Yeah those look like the LED's that a few guys have installed. They seem to be happy with them. The eBay sight is incorrect in saying the bulb replacement make no difference. The GP Thunders are very popular, I love them for the price. Again they will change the color but output will not be brighter than stock.
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so how can i change the color and get brighter lights?
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so how can i change the color and get brighter lights?
Right now this is the easiest way to get a brighter blue halo:
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...l+eye+upgrades

this is better but requires more work:
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=190118

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FYI, this doesn't apply to any factory installed HID's, but, the NHTSA has deemed it illegal to import and/or distribute any non-factory HID conversion kits with a fine up to $10K. There's been a growing number of wannabes that desire the look of high end cars and will slap a $150 HID kit on anything. Here in Houston it's pick-up trucks and it is out of control now. Impossible to drive at night without being blinded. Wet roads? STAY HOME. According to the NHTSA, halogen reflector light assemblies CANNOT be converted to HID, end of discussion. Xenon's are a highly engineered, projector assembly that are aimed. I personally hate the eye-scorching light from these kits and can't wait to see offenders trying to look cool issued citations. Lights/safety equipment should never be customized anyway. Anyone else remember the smoked headlight covers of the 80's on every camaro and chevy pickup? HA, those were more friendly on oncoming traffic.
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LEDs are nice but a little pricey!
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FYI, this doesn't apply to any factory installed HID's, but, the NHTSA has deemed it illegal to import and/or distribute any non-factory HID conversion kits with a fine up to $10K. There's been a growing number of wannabes that desire the look of high end cars and will slap a $150 HID kit on anything. Here in Houston it's pick-up trucks and it is out of control now. Impossible to drive at night without being blinded. Wet roads? STAY HOME. According to the NHTSA, halogen reflector light assemblies CANNOT be converted to HID, end of discussion. Xenon's are a highly engineered, projector assembly that are aimed. I personally hate the eye-scorching light from these kits and can't wait to see offenders trying to look cool issued citations. Lights/safety equipment should never be customized anyway. Anyone else remember the smoked headlight covers of the 80's on every camaro and chevy pickup? HA, those were more friendly on oncoming traffic.
I didn't know this but I am glad someone is doing something about it. I KNEW that people had to be getting in accidents or worse with these blinding lights!! And they are not all HID, they just put higher wattage bulbs (100w)...
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