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Old 09-18-10, 08:46 AM   #31
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I hope they gave you night vision goggles with those useless 237024273 K bulbs.
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Old 09-18-10, 05:46 PM   #32
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Hey guys do our Lexus is300 uses d2r or d2s type bulbs?
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Hey guys do our Lexus is300 uses d2r or d2s type bulbs?
either one will work
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I hope they gave you night vision goggles with those useless 237024273 K bulbs.
hilarious. actually they did but i let your mom borrow them
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hilarious. actually they did but i let your mom borrow them
Oh my... my feelings are hurt.
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Old 09-27-10, 08:24 PM   #36
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If you want that blue-ish or purple-ish look. my opinion is you get some 6k or 8k bulbs for your headlights. personally im not a big fan of going to blue or purple. i want the street bright so i can see any mother f'er attempt to run infront of my car. IM NO EXPERT, JUST MY OPINION =D

also, I heard someone say fog lights....
stock head lights. 3k fogs.

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If you want that blue-ish or purple-ish look. my opinion is you get some 6k or 8k bulbs for your headlights. personally im not a big fan of going to blue or purple. i want the street bright so i can see any mother f'er attempt to run infront of my car. IM NO EXPERT, JUST MY OPINION =D

also, I heard someone say fog lights....
stock head lights. 3k fogs.

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Head light looks pretty bright what "K" is it? and the fog lights
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Old 09-27-10, 10:43 PM   #38
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my headlights are stock. which is 4300k. i have hid 3000k fog lights.
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i have 6000k fogs and headlights. bright assss helllssss.
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I'm getting ready to order these bulbs.
http://www.automotivelightstore.com/...exusis300.aspx
Anyone have experience with these? Are they worth it?

I had no idea they were this expensive
I thought the bulbs would be like $50-$100 max.

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OEM replacement bulbs 4300k cost more than $200 each! PM the vendor on my.is and see if you can get a discount. Or PM vleds and I bet you can get them cheaper. I personally like VLEDS.
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you can always look on ebay for some cheap d2r bulbs haha
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I'm getting ready to order these bulbs.
http://www.automotivelightstore.com/...exusis300.aspx
Anyone have experience with these? Are they worth it?

I had no idea they were this expensive
I thought the bulbs would be like $50-$100 max.

oh wells
gotta pay to play

grrr
Bro just order the 6000k ones off ebay. They are only like $20 and they will do the same thing. The ebay ones last a long time and it would 9 sets of these bulbs to equal how much one of those cost. And I know from use these last at least 2 years so you do the math haha
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you should check out HIDEXTRA. i just bought 6000k low beams and fogs and i receive two sets of bulbs for free. d2r bulbs and 9006 ones
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I'm getting ready to order these bulbs.
http://www.automotivelightstore.com/...exusis300.aspx
Anyone have experience with these? Are they worth it?

I had no idea they were this expensive
I thought the bulbs would be like $50-$100 max.

oh wells
gotta pay to play

grrr
-.-" thats wayyyyy.... too damn much for some HID bulbs ebay is way cheaper. im waiting for mines i want omse HID yellow fogs now
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