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Old 05-13-2002, 08:55 PM   #1
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Cool headlight bulbs

i plan on adding some new bulbs to my 93 sl2, im not looking to spend too much on them. does anyone know of any low priced brands? im looking for either the white or the blue lights..and does anyone know of any mods for the headligfhts, i was thinking that headlight cover to round off the front, (if you know what i mean) would look cool. i've seen what sps has, but not a picture of them on a car like mine. if anyone has a pic of a 93 sl2 with them and could post it, that would be crazy cool.

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Old 05-14-2002, 04:56 PM   #2
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I bought my Xeon bulbs off of ebay both high and low beams for like 24.99 they are good nice bright white/blue color and have lasted a year now.So I recommend looking there if you dont want to spend much
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Old 05-14-2002, 07:22 PM   #3
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I've installed the PIAA's on my 2000 SL2. I think they were around $60.00. I think if one of them should blow out, I'm going with a cheaper alternative. I've seen alot of different types advertised on E-Bay and other automotive sites. Maybe those are worth checking out.

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yea, i was looking at the Xeons, they are pretty inexpensive. should i have to change any wiring or anything with the actual headlight if i go that way? because that is what im planning on doing. thanks.

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The Xenon Bulbs should just be plug & play.

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thanks. i just didnt want any fires coming out of them, just light is good haha.
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lol fire, no you dont have to worry about that. They are good bulbs. I've been completly satisfied.
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k, thanks again. i'll be putting a pid down then.

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