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OK. Here are side by side comparison pics. The drivers side is PIAA, passanger side is Sylvania. I run an Optima Yellow top and a constant voltage of 14.0-14.5. Honestly, we couldnt tell much of a difference except the more blue hint of the PIAA and the PIAAs were a tad bit brighter.

Here are pics. PIAA driver's side. Sylvania passanger's side.









 

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they look almost 100% the same. just goes to show that piaa over charges wayyy to much.
 

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UnkalledFor said:
it also depends where you buy them.. cuz i can get a pair of H3 85w PIAA Star White's for $25
where do you buy your bulbs, online or local. Im in south florida and most aftermarket bulbs are hella expensive down here
 

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funkpacket said:
where do you buy your bulbs, online or local. Im in south florida and most aftermarket bulbs are hella expensive down here
hell yea.. here in Miami they try to sell them in car shops for about $80 a pair...

I go to http://froogle.google.com and type in the brand and model of bulb.. itll give you a bunch of online stores selling them.. here is an example of a search for "PIAA Star White" http://froogle.google.com/froogle?hl=en&lr=&tab=wf&scoring=p&q=PIAA+Star+White&btnG=Search+Froogle
Cheapest is Single H3 PIAA bulb for $15.99, twin pack for $24.99.. and add about $5 for s&h...not bad eh?

these are H3 bulbs made for fog/driving lights, and also can be used in projector halo headlamps..
 
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