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Anyone used these bulbs? Im considering them....
I was just wondering if someone had a picture of them installed in there car
Id like to see the output. I mean im sure its brite, but Id still like to see it.


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i've got em in my H1's...

same great light output as the PIAA Extreme White Plus bulbs...

pics are here...

http://forum.mazda6club.com/index.php?showtopic=40921

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i&#39;ve got em in my H1&#39;s...

same great light output as the PIAA Extreme White Plus bulbs...

pics are here...

http://forum.mazda6club.com/index.php?showtopic=40921
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where to get them?! please!!!! got the luminics hyper whites , no match at alll with my hids , 5000k xtec.

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Sweeeeeeeet! Those are mos def hot. Thanks for the pics. I know what bulbs im getting now. I really dont want the hassle of HID (no offense).
I&#39;d just prefer a good bulb tahts similar.


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I had those on my 6. The color is real nice, 7500k. But the light output is kinda dim.
The higher the color temp. of the bulb, the dimmer the bulb will be. Normally, that&#39;s kinda the rule of thumb, as far as Halogen bulbs go.
That&#39;s why I swithched to 6000k HIDs for my lows, and installed PIAAs 4500k Extreme White Halogen bulbs in my highs.
I&#39;ll sell my PIAA SparkBlues (H1) to you. PM me with a reasonable offer. I used them for only four months.

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i think the Spark Blues have very sufficient light output...i love em

in my opinion...better than stock light ouput and look very nice!

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I had those on my 6.* The color is real nice, 7500k.* But the light output is kinda dim.
The higher the color temp. of the bulb, the dimmer the bulb will be.* Normally, that&#39;s kinda the rule of thumb, as far as Halogen bulbs go.
That&#39;s why I swithched to 6000k HIDs for my lows, and installed PIAAs 4500k Extreme White Halogen bulbs in my highs.
I&#39;ll sell my PIAA SparkBlues (H1) to you.* PM me with a reasonable offer.* I used them for only four months.

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Thnx man , but i got some Phillips Blue Vision in my h1 highs . What i wanna replace are the H3 of the integrated fogs , cuz the luminics didn;t do it for me.
i want the piaas to match my 5000k xtecs as i said , and don;t need that much of output from them , although they seeem really goood , i am still waiting for my aero bumper to come in , with my lower fogs , jeje , then goes another set of hids down there!

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i have a set of spark blues that I&#39;ll sell to you. I&#39;ve had them on for a few months in my lower fogs... which i don&#39;t use very much.

I&#39;m probably getting a whole new bumper soon so I won&#39;t need my lower fogs and i have HIDS so... they are up for sale.

I could honestly sell them on Ebay for around $60-$70 easily.

They are H1&#39;s. Let me know if you&#39;re interested.
They have the BEST light output of the MANY bulbs i have tried.


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i have a set of spark blues that I&#39;ll sell to you.* I&#39;ve had them on for a few months in my lower fogs... which i don&#39;t use very much.*

I&#39;m probably getting a whole new bumper soon so I won&#39;t need my lower fogs and i have HIDS so... they are up for sale.

I could honestly sell them on Ebay for around $60-$70 easily.

They are H1&#39;s.* Let me know if you&#39;re interested.
They have the BEST light output of the MANY bulbs i have tried.
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thnx again man , but , as i wrote before , i am looking for some h3&#39;s for my fogs , not h1&#39;s , really , thnx guys anyways!!

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