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they are 100% street legal in all 50 states. They are simply a replacement bulb made by Sylvania. They offer a color about about 4000k, are affordable, available in Wal-MArt and most every auto-part store, and come in a multitude of buld configurations.

Good stuff!!

steviej

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Cool. Thanks for your input everyone! (Juan01: I also meant that it wasn't really a matter of whether or not I could afford the HIDs, not you personally :) ... sorry, :unsure: didn't mean to make a generalized statement). :D

One last question: would you recommend getting them for my fog lights or highs on top of the lows? How much do each of these bulbs cost approx?

Thanks!

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if you are gonna do it, do it right, this way the colors match on all your bulbs.

The highs and lows will run you about $20-25 per bulb, depending on where you get them. I do not know what the H3 fog bulb in the Silverstar goes for. My guess would be about $15-20 each.

do post a picture if you do it all up.

steviej

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I have silverstars on the lows and highs. i didn't do the foglights because they have that yellow lens on them anyway and in dallas bad fog happens about once a year. (I came here from san francisco where it is a daily occurance).

when you fire the high beams on I think you can see the car from space :lol:

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i personally have MTEC japanese bulbs, and silverstars for the fogs. they are much brighter as the H3 fogs. i haven't gone out to get hte high beams yet. but i'm using 4350K MTEC bulbs... not usre about lumens rating. it's hard to find for japanese companies. since i don't understand japanese... heh. but hey dropspace, where around dallas are you located? i'm in plano, right by davenport lexus service shop.

kev

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