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Old 03-21-2013, 01:22 AM   #1
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I realiy like these lights, are they hard to install?! Are they at least brighter then my old yellowed lights?
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They are very easy to Install. AM offers directions as a video. I got the dual halos smoked and they are good but you need to change the light to stronger ones because the ones it comes with are a bit weak (in my opinion) deff stronger than the Stock headlights. A little electrical work is needed but fairly simple splice.
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They are very easy to Install. AM offers directions as a video. I got the dual halos smoked and they are good but you need to change the light to stronger ones because the ones it comes with are a bit weak (in my opinion) deff stronger than the Stock headlights. A little electrical work is needed but fairly simple splice.
My dad designs electrical devices for local buildings..so i have no problamo on the electrical part. Whered you get the bulbs from
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I realiy like these lights, are they hard to install?! Are they at least brighter then my old yellowed lights?
They look nice but the brightest lights are stock lights with hid. Halo aren't too much brighter then stock I have my old projector lights but they weren't bright enough
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They look nice but the brightest lights are stock lights with hid. Halo aren't too much brighter then stock I have my old projector lights but they weren't bright enough
The brightest lights are retrofitted with projectors and HID's
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Light output on these are not good at all. Although the high beams are good.
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Lol my phone sux with pictures on this app. Haha but these are smoked halos
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I put the exact ones in my car. The clips that hold them in are not strong at all. But nuts and washers work fine. The electrical work is easy, it's just acually getting then in and adjusting them that gets challenging especially after the clips break. You may also hav to cut out some of the headlight bracket for the HDI outlet of the light. No big deal
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Light output on these are not good at all. Although the high beams are good.
Thats a hell of a lot better then what i got lol
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Buy HIDs and dont be sad later when you see halo lights are dim....just buy some oem housings with a 35w 6k kit just my opinion
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I use 6k on my mustangs anything more then that looks too blue and blue lights are just to rice burner owned.
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I use 6k on my mustangs anything more then that looks too blue and blue lights are just to rice burner owned.
depends on the car in all honesty...i've seen blue HIDs used in fogs to contrast a paint scheme and it looks great. i don't think classing it in with ricers is correct lol
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depends on the car in all honesty...i've seen blue HIDs used in fogs to contrast a paint scheme and it looks great. i don't think classing it in with ricers is correct lol
Well that's your opinion, and I have mine
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Yes I would like to know if other owners with the dual halos have changed the light bulbs. Love the look but hate the horrible light output.

I do mostly daytime city driving but on a few occasions in the country and the light output sucks. I know HID wont fit, but is there better regular bulbs to put in?
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i had one recently die on me, i replaced them with the silverstar ultras (whatever one it is that is the 35% better or w/e, gold pack i think) and now my lights are actually quite a bit brighter for my low beams, high beams are good. adjustment is one of the most key things,
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