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    H7 Bulbs

    I replaced the sidelights in my car for L.E.D bulbs and they look very "ice white/blue"
    However my main bulbs are still yellow
    Is there any way (apart from H.I.D) to get a more ICEY glare from the headlights?
    Or is H.I.D the only way?

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    Just the cheapy blue tint ones on ebay are pretty good really mate if you just want a cheap fix

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    hid mate, you wont regret it! i dont think i could ever drive a car with normal dim / yellow headlights now! get the 6k 55w kit, pure white light!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spidercoupe View Post
    hid mate, you wont regret it! i dont think i could ever drive a car with normal dim / yellow headlights now! get the 6k 55w kit, pure white light!
    yeh i do love having hids now, dont think id go back now

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    how much are you talking for a hid conversion?

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    about £50-70 for a decent kit with warranty? peanuts really!
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    http://www.autobulbsdirect.co.uk/h7-...-pr-16328.html

    got them in my main beam and the Xtreme vision ones in my dipped. The Xtremes are a more yellow tint, but the bluevision are ice blue, and you get a free set of bluw sidelight bulbs with them, and ABD chuck a pair in too!!!
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    Thanks for that!
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    philips H7 diamondvision bulbs 5000k- pure white, amazin bulbs !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    1.8 excluciv convertible '06 (silver lightninig)

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    Hi Mate

    Are these simple replacement for normal bulbs, I got Astra life 2005 with normal yellow factory bulbs?


    Quote Originally Posted by captpicard View Post
    philips H7 diamondvision bulbs 5000k- pure white, amazin bulbs !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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