What's the deal with the HIR bulbs. Are they better than Silver Star and Xenon bulbs.
Night and Day difference, thhe HIR's made up for the little bit I lost with the Blue Rockblockers, the old hibeams are in the fogs and work equally better than the stockers..
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You can pick-up the low beam HIR bulb from your local John Deere dealer.
Well, the Mayans and other Soothsayers were right, the end has begun.
Common sense is so rare it should be considered a superpower
I have HIR's in all 3 positions, definitely higher candlepower...
Whiter light (higher spectrum) may somehow look cool, but it is definitely not safer. Our eyes perceive things better with more yellow present, especially discerning actual distance to moving objects.
Adding HID to lens not designed for them is a waste.
I have HIR and they are much brighter than stock, highly recommended
Dodge Magnum RT AWD MDH=Jan 19th 2005 7-8pm
Tow package, Midnight Blue, Painted spoiler body colour, Auto headlights, HID lows, Fogs on with Hi beams, SC flash with custom tranny and 91 tune, RER MyGig installed, Tranzformer, Resonators deleted, Custom Stainless intake.
160,000km driven very hard, repairs include replaced front brake rotors and pads $200, rear pads$, ebrake shoes, all 4 tie rod ends $50ea (only 1 was loose), front sway bar rubber bushings $25(first thing to check if front is clunky); 3m refinished headlights WOW $30, 4 sets of tires, 2 tranny filter and flushes,