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Xenon low and high headlights, foglights (non-hid) - WS6

This is a discussion on Xenon low and high headlights, foglights (non-hid) - WS6 within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Iam gonna give it a whirl. Thanks for your helps guys....

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    Iam gonna give it a whirl. Thanks for your helps guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RONS98TA View Post
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    I messed up and put the same pict up more than once. I told you i was a novice! lol. Also FYI, my phone camera lense is cracked, so the clarity is a little jacked up. Sorry for the delay, but i had to have someone show me how to get the picts from my phone, to the comp, to the tread.

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    I also wanted to make a note that u have to cut the factory wire harness for the headlight. The new housing IS NOT a sealed bulb. The light bulb is connected using spade connectors. 07122012301.jpg07122012303.jpg07122012302.jpgClick image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by RONS98TA View Post
    I also wanted to make a note that u have to cut the factory wire harness for the headlight. The new housing IS NOT a sealed bulb. The light bulb is connected using spade connectors. Click image for larger version. 

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    Wow they don't look bluish all. I'll provably give it a try ha . Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    Just remember that any halogen bulb that has a blue tint on the glass has less light output.
    Are the ''blueish tint'' lamps legal here in CA?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RONS98TA View Post
    I also wanted to make a note that u have to cut the factory wire harness for the headlight. The new housing IS NOT a sealed bulb. The light bulb is connected using spade connectors. Click image for larger version. 

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    So do you notice a big differance in lighting? does it light up the street better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSSguy View Post
    So do you notice a big differance in lighting? does it light up the street better?
    Yes, a lil better than stock. Like i said before, my camera phone doesnt do them justice. You can def see further down the street and it's brighter. These are NOT hid's, just imitate them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSSguy View Post
    Are the ''blueish tint'' lamps legal here in CA?.
    I dont know about CA, but they are legal here. They are not as bright as hid's, so I dont thik you will have any issues. Besides, for what they cost...take a gamble. I would recommened trying the fog lights first, they are direct replacements using the factory arness. Put 1 in and compare it to stock.

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    RON,

    What bulb version did you go with? I am thinking of getting the Xenon-Charged Blue/White bulbs for the low beams, and fog lights, Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelmyers View Post
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    What bulb version did you go with? I am thinking of getting the Xenon-Charged Blue/White bulbs for the low beams, and fog lights, Thanks
    Yes, those are the one's I got. The blue/white output light. Like I said before, Try the fog light 1st because they are a direct replacement and require no extra effort to replace them. Overall, I'am happy with the results. I will eventually get real HID's with the proper projector housing so I dont blind oncoming traffic.

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    Awesome, thanks!

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