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NJ Punk Scene,

if you look for 194 bulbs, you can buy them that are bright white Xenon. They will have a hint of blue. Read the little descriptions, it'll tell you.
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Just check with your local law enforcement. In some places, they may not care enough to say anything. However, here is a different story.. They crack down on everything.. But that's simply because I live in a state where there is no other thing for the police to do other than crack down on the small stuff... :)

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Remember guys, the use of aftermarket HID's (and probably other blue-tinted bulbs) is very much illegal. They are for off road use only.




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Sure.. ruin our fun :P

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Yeah I'm a bastard like that :P




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I just stuck a pair of blue/white LED lights, where the parking lights are, cause the guy at the shop said they wouldn't be a problem with the police. I was looking for the HID look to match the PIAA extreme whit lights I had just put in.

I have a picture of it, on my computer, but I can't figure out how to load them on to this fourm. (I don't have a web-site to direct you to) I can e-mail it to you, so you can judge for yourself, I think they look good, but I don't think I can drive at night until I get my regular lights in.
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Red = fire
Blue = police
Green = state trooper
Can't use them heh
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