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Old 05-01-2012, 03:16 AM   #1
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Sylvania silverstar 893ST

Before is whatever came installed in my driving lights from AM.

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After is Sylvania silverstar 893ST bulbs.
Left is aimed lower into the grass. Right is higher on the wall. gotta find a way to adjust them.....



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overall not too impressed
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Look at the top of the headlight casing and there should be a screw to adjust the beam
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Hid are the best for brightness. The only thing I liked was that I did find one bulb that was a cool blue and another that was silver but nothing too bright
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Old 05-02-2012, 03:04 PM   #4
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Re: Sylvania silverstar 893ST

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Look at the top of the headlight casing and there should be a screw to adjust the beam
LOL bodyman told me that "a good number of" driving lights he replaces have to be shimmed because there isn't any adjustment.... so I didn't even bother to look. Well, these do have a screw... just need to wait til it's dark tonight and raise the left side a bit.

I haven't ruled out HID's though... I ain't broke, and I ain't afraid to throw money at my car as long as it makes it an improvement.
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