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    Default JDM YELLOW Luminincs h4 bulbs..... pics inside

    just got them today.... mad tight yellow yo!!

    visibility is not decreased at all..... i actually like the yellowish light, easy on the eyes.
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    What did they cost you and how do i get a pair! H4 please!

    And more pics!!!!

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    pics are a bitch to take.... they all have glare and or just look white

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    i ordered off of here.... $2 extra for cdn shipping

    http://www.luminicsbulbs.com/

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    lets see some pics of the road when it's on. i have some in my high beams and i am pondering if i should put them in my low beam socket or not. when i turn only my high beams on with the yellow, the visibily seems like it decreased. it seems like i see better with the regular high beam in my low beam socket.

    post some pics plz

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    Originally posted by 88CRX
    pics are a bitch to take.... they all have glare and or just look white
    Shine them off a white garage door or concrete wall and make sure your camera's flash is switched off. Tripod and self-timer will eliminate any camera shake.

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    it's like porsche PEE YELLOW!

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    Dammit, no h1 application.

    look good

    gets the nice gt class (i think) look.

    i wish i could find those jdm yellow HID's, those look great too

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    or you guys can just come out to a 403 meet and see them in person

    problem with taking pics is that no flash = long exposure = shaky pictures. cause i dont have a tripod

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    btw - there totally illegal and the po-po wont like them i gaurantee, but i'll still be bitching when i get a ticket

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    Originally posted by 88CRX
    problem with taking pics is that no flash = long exposure = shaky pictures. cause i dont have a tripod
    Try some in-car shots by resting the camera on the dash. This type of shot is so easy... you don't even need to get out of your seat!
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    ^^^^for the lazy and good idea HA!

    well the thing is that i'm not from CANADA i'm from the states so...yea. I guess i'll have to try it myself then.

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    well. i finally got modivted to go out and snap some pics tonight and my camera died so maybe tomorrow night lol

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    i'll go snap some pics of the yellow foglights that are built into the silvia housings.....give me one sec

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    stock projectors
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    fogs, MUCH brighter than the pic shows....i think the light from the headlights is blinding the camera, but the stock foggies are so yellow lol, so 80's
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    Originally posted by TypeS
    fogs, MUCH brighter than the pic shows....i think the light from the headlights is blinding the camera, but the stock foggies are so yellow lol, so 80's
    you bastard!
    my fogs are white..

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