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i think it was 13000k....a friend of mine got a HID kit w/ numbers in the high 10000 k's range, he says the color's purple, so it might be getting into that uv region.



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i think it was 13000k....a friend of mine got a HID kit w/ numbers in the high 10000 k's range, he says the color's purple, so it might be getting into that uv region.


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no no you got it all wrong, morad's in berkeley now, i just turned senior, hey let me see your lights, hit me up on aim howykaos


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with the luminics i got no brightness at all i hope these are better.* Here are some pics.* Ill drive out tonight to see how the brightness is and ill tell u guys later.






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what is the bulb to the left of the turn signal on the drivers side headlight? i know it's not the low or high beam.

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If you mean the dim one, they are the Integrated Foglights.

Both lowbeams burned out about 2 weeks ago, so I just ordered some Xtreme Whites last week. Hopefully they will be on my doorstep when I get home from Arizona next week. ($50 shipped off Ebay)

...then the install!

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You think these would be good as a Temp Fix till I get some HID's, I see these at bout $70 on a website but I'm debating getting these till I get some HID's down the road by next summer, or just saving up the extra $300-$400 for the 6000k HID's.... Choices...


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i already have the lumunics pure blue bulbs in my H3 and H1 installed by myself....i wasn't really impressed with light output so i ordered the PIAA bulbs.

Is there an EASIER way to install rather than takin off the whole bumper...cuase thats what i did last time. I can't fit my hands in that small space without takin the damn bumper off...

any tricks????

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i already have the lumunics pure blue bulbs in my H3 and H1 installed by myself....i wasn&#39;t really impressed with light output so i ordered the PIAA bulbs.

Is there an EASIER way to install rather than takin off the whole bumper...cuase thats what i did last time. I can&#39;t fit my hands in that small space without takin the damn bumper off...

any tricks????
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i have the 6i so i had more space to fit my fingers in. If u have the 6s its a lot tighter and i think ud need to removed the bumper.
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i have the 6i so i had more space to fit my fingers in.* If u have the 6s its a lot tighter and i think ud need to removed the bumper.
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yea thats the exact point i was thinking! 6i people have more space and are able to get in there...

i&#39;ve got the 6s and it just seems to me like there is NO WAY! to get in there...

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