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#1 (permalink) Old 06-05-2006, 10:29 PM
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e36 on the way home from work

it was pretty dark but it had these very bright white headlights and foglights. not quite like xenon, but close. and they werent angel eyes either. it was a very bright and pure white, not the yellowish tint of the halogen ones. looked good, wondering if anyone knows what it is and where i can get some.
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IMO the brightest headlights you can get w/o being HID are PIAA. yes they are expensive but seeing is worth every penny. but if you are going to buy an $80 set of headlight bulbs, i would just cough the little extra and get HID. there is nothing better than a set of 5000k HID! they are by far the brightest period. by the way the temp has all to do with color. the higher the temp the lower the amount of usable light. so if something says that 9000k lights are brighter they are ignorant.
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