Hyperwhite Bulbs



O.Z Chi

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Lumiko makes some good long lasting ones for $60/pair on the street. You can also try the new Sylvanias for $50/pair. PIAA used to make some flaky ones, but their new ones seem a lot better but at $90/pair is a little pricey. I'm using the Eurospec Phillips Vision Plus but they're not white ... normal OEM look but close to HID brightness and range for $30.
 

deval

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i have NOKYAs on mine...$50 street......[highlight=red]$20 off ebay![/highlight]
 


nightkids1

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there are these white lights im getting off ebay, that were $30, and they normaly cost $70
 

imazn

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man never get nokya. they suck ass plus they have really really high wattage which can damage somethings since it gets so hot. also is hard to see at night. i use to have them (because it was cool to have really bright headlights) and when i was taking a corner i couldnt see the center divide a lot of the times. so i wouldnt recomend it.

sylvania silverstars are very good. they are 50 bucks a pair though. you can get them at kragen and they have rather low wattage.

piaa are good too but damn expensive
 

deval

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damn i didnt know that...thanks...i thought they were a very good company for bulbs
 

Declectic

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I'm a PIAA fan myself...always have been impressed with their s**t....

but yeah like other people say... EBAY is where you can get a shitload of good deals for our cars...

but the PIAA bulbs are at the cheapest gonna be $60 so you gotta do some shopping
 




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