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Old 10-20-2013, 12:58 PM
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http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EE6V5FK/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_UBbzsb040PEKB Should i get these halos??
 
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That's the kind I got. Got mine off ebay though. But I would say buyer beware, these change the bulbs from the 9005 9006(stocks) to H1 bulbs and I found the light quality to drop dramatically, so I upgraded to HIDs (these housing need some modification to get them to fit) but then the light was SOOO much better and cooler, lol.
 
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Old 10-31-2013, 09:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Blade_24k View Post
That's the kind I got. Got mine off ebay though. But I would say buyer beware, these change the bulbs from the 9005 9006(stocks) to H1 bulbs and I found the light quality to drop dramatically, so I upgraded to HIDs (these housing need some modification to get them to fit) but then the light was SOOO much better and cooler, lol.
Yeah if i get them im gonna get 10k hids but do they fit good and are a good quality?
 
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Just FYI, 10000k is pretty much useless in terms of being able to actually see anything.
 
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Old 11-01-2013, 04:42 AM
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Yea, i honestly wouldnt go past 8000k, I can tell that if i went with the 6000k the visiblity would be better,but i did the 8000k becuase i also wanted the blue-ish tint, but the visibitly with the 8000k is still alot better then what the H1 put out. But yea they fit good. They can/do vibrate some with bumps in the road. I BELIVE that if you switch the housing to the stock adjuster braket it should firm them up, but Im not 100% on that, because i used these to do my GMC to Chevy swap. For the soul peropus of being able to get halos. So i dont have stock chevy housings laying around to try. But the vibrate isnt that noticeable to not noticeable at all unless you watch for it.
But I personaly would recomend them, they look awsome. But i would only recomend getting them if you get the HIDs in them stock H1 bulbs are junk.

But if you go to Halo Projector Headlights, Euro Headlights, Altezza Tail Lights, LED Tail Lights, Turbo Downpipe, Wheel Spacers - ProTuningLab.com they also have those housing for sale, and you can get them with the HIDs preinstalled HID Xenon + 98-04 Chevy S10 / Blazer Angel Eye Halo LED Projector Headlights + LED Bumper Lights - Black
 
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4300k most usable light, period, anything above that is pointless.
 
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Yeah Rich, but in photospeek isnt 5K daylight. Isnt it full spectrum. I know, at work, the closer I get to daylight the better these 63 year old eyes can see, even to the extent of going outside!
 
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Yeah Rich, but in photospeek isnt 5K daylight. Isnt it full spectrum. I know, at work, the closer I get to daylight the better these 63 year old eyes can see, even to the extent of going outside!
That I am not sure of, but in terms of light output, you get more lumens at 4300 than any others.
 
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