that disnt mean they are bright at all. i could shine a flash light at them the right way and blind someone. they just need to be re adjusted. i could blind you with my 33watt fog lights2nrguy said:wife has the stock headlights in the 04 and people are always flashing her because they think that she has the brights on, so she hits them with the brights and they usually swerve a little :thumbup:
price of those PIAA bulbs you can get a HID capsuleNickZac said:what year is your spec? I have an 02 SE-R and after 2 sets of PIAA Xtreme Whites, I think I am just going shoot the shit and buy an 8000k HID kit...possibly McCulloch if my search finds them to be a good company. American Silverstars are rather weak, PIAAs are expensive and not much better (with questional reliability at that), so the real option is HID. It is illegal as hell here, but I know quite a few guys who run HID without the proper housings and they dont have any problems with the police. I think I want it more for looks and not having to worry about bulbs blowing than performance as to what I understand, 8000k is not the best for visability (although my friends who have 8000k HIDs are more than adequete and good looking for me).
come to boston than!!! alot of ricer hondas that just toss HID kits in their stock headlights, and blinds the sh*t outta me and of course other drivers. especially that '02-03 camry here with the 6000k HID kit, thats by far the worse!!.1.6pete said:i want to ride in a car with an HID kitin it without a projector just to see how much it improves.
he will have glare no matter what he does or what bulbs he has.... even if he aim it down real low still have some glare.. only way is to buy like a casper shield for the capsules to eliminate that and i think there is a guy on hidplanet selling them.. i dont know how much.1.6pete said:and it also sounds like if you got the 4.3k color it wouldnt glare so much because of the lack of blue.