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RaY
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RaY Nov 14, 8:20am - #60264 
2002 Super Yellow Toyota Celica
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xenon lights need some advice

Hi. I need some advice from fellow celi owners. I have a lease celi 2002 and its ending in two yrs. I just love those xenon lights but i'm not willing to spend over 500US for them. Anyway, I would like to know if anyone here knows what is the best possible and brightest xenon bulbs are??? I know real HID's are rated @ about 8000k(the brightness and temp of the bulb) and the xenon mixed with "krypton" gases bulbs are much lower at about 4000-6000k. however, most really "bright" xenon bulbs burn out in a matter of a week or so. I have a pair of eurolite "fusion" xenons which look great, but aren't as bright as I would like them about (4200k), but have lasted more than 6months! which are pretty good for imitation HID. So, My question is what brands are really bright and last more than 2 months?? I really don't want an HID conversion, just those simple bolt on ones. I really appreciate the advice!! thanx in advance.

P.S. I just saw a pair of xenons by "euro dezigns HID 6000k xenon krypton bulbs" Has anyone heard or using these???? how are they??? I'm thinking of buying them.
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vteckiller
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vteckiller Nov 14, 8:41am - #60265 
2002 Absolute Red Toyota Celica
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have you tried looking into the ones sold here on the site store..i have them and damn..there hella bright thumbsup thumbsup try this https://www.celicahobby.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=28&products_id=131
they are the thumbsupmtec and they are really good worth the money i would say
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isaac
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isaac Nov 14, 10:22am - #60266 
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Thanks vteckiller!!!


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Mp3Supply
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Mp3Supply Nov 14, 3:18pm - #60267 

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remember though, you can always get HIDS and then get take them out .. . . . .then sell them or your next car make sure the headlights are H7. . . can't get enough of my hids


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CelicaPrincess
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CelicaPrincess Nov 15, 4:39am - #60268 
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Originally Posted by RaY
I know real HID's are rated @ about 8000k(the brightness and temp of the bulb)


actually, thats wrong...the higher the color temp the more colorful it is, which means it is not as bright. 4000k is the brightest...I have 5300k on my car...
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