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I'm not expecting the same output as HID's, but if the color comes close I'll be happy. It's gotta be better than stock.

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Tons better than stock !

Saw a pic of the stock bulbs on a 6 here the other day.... holy yellow batman


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Tons better than stock !

Saw a pic of the stock bulbs on a 6 here the other day.... holy yellow batman
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thats great i can't wait to put them in.....so if they burn out ..within a year you get them replaced for free...thats a deal!!!
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hey Black you never answered my question , how close in color are they to your matrix bulbs in the marker lights

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thats great i can't wait to put them in.....so if they burn out ..within a year you get them replaced for free...thats a deal!!!
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hey Black you never answered my question , how close in color are they to your matrix bulbs in the marker lights
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Gray603, that&#39;s burn out within 2 YEARS man, 2 years, which makes it 2 times as great at you were thinking !

Leftyrev, they&#39;re white. The bulbs in the sidemarkers (5-LED matrix) are more of a bluish white. The bulbs have a hint of blue at certain angles, so I guess it depends on which angle you look at it, but they look damn good Damn.


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i ordered. the price is per pair right? it didn&#39;t say but i assumed because the picture showed two per package.

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Yes, the price is per pair.


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Hey blackmagik, we meet again.. ,

So the GB ended for this item??? damn...... i think a lot of ppl would buy this if this was a GB...... let them know about it, probably we can get it cheaper...

Btw, about the wire melting, it&#39;s due to how hot the bulb will be.... not because of the wattage or whatsoever... if the bulb gets too hot, our positive H1 wire will melt... but this is VERY rare... unless you got those made in china bulbs...

But you should be fine even if they said that 55w -> 110w.... i believe in them.... the positive H1 wire of our car is soooo thin..... i was afraid to change it to this kind of bulbs at first... but i guess i worried too much...

so black, can you ask them for a GB?

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Hey blackmagik, we meet again..* ,

So the GB ended for this item??? damn...... i think a lot of ppl would buy this if this was a GB...... let them know about it, probably we can get it cheaper...

Btw, about the wire melting, it&#39;s due to how hot the bulb will be.... not because of the wattage or whatsoever... if the bulb gets too hot, our positive H1 wire will melt... but this is VERY rare... unless you got those made in china bulbs...*

But you should be fine even if they said that 55w -> 110w.... i believe in them.... the positive H1 wire of our car is soooo thin..... i was afraid to change it to this kind of bulbs at first... but i guess i worried too much...

so black, can you ask them for a GB?
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Price is still the same for now. so if you still want it get on it.

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Btw, about the wire melting, it&#39;s due to how hot the bulb will be.... not because of the wattage or whatsoever... if the bulb gets too hot, our positive H1 wire will melt... but this is VERY rare... unless you got those made in china bulbs...*

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your wrong , the wattage is draw of current that the bulb needs to produe light . usually more draw means more heat produces from the bulb , it has nothing to do with made in china bulbs they plainly tell you the draw of the bulb is 100 watts . illuminics bulbs are 55W with a light output that looks like 100watts .
i usually dont beleive the " looks like " wattage , in my opinion if its 55 watts its just 55 watts


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