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Old 02-17-2014, 07:30 PM   #1
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Seems as thought the stock headlights in my 11 V6 are pretty lousy. Any advice on getting brighter bulbs without going to HID conversion?

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Just try cranking the adjusters up one complete rotation. Your stock headlights will be much better, but you won't be high enough to bother oncoming traffic. Our lights were set too low from the factory.

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I like Grabber's idea. Crank them up a bit and if they still aren't bright enough, consider adding Sylvania Silverstars, since they are fairly bright compared to the OE lights and leave them cranked up. But, HID lighting is my top choice by far. You'll never want anything less after you've installed HIDs on your car!
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