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Halogens and HID.

H4 6000k HID's $85 shipped.
Used for about 6 months. Had them in my non-projector housing in my Montero and the glare was too much. Has H/L option. In great condition. $85 shipped.



H4 MTEC 4350K Halogen bulb $13 Shipped
Used for about a month or less then I got the above HID kit.



H11 MTEC 4350k Halogen bulb $13 Shipped
Used for about 2 months then I got a HID kit for my fogs.



H7 SilverStars halogen bulbs $13 Shipped
Used for about 6 months. Then I got my 1st 35w HID kit.



Along with multiple (3 sets) H11 OEM style bulbs all never used. $10 a set shipped.



And (1) Eurodezigns 8500k bulb (1 bulb) $6 shipped.


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Re: Halogens and HID.

None of these would fit a 2007, right? :-/


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Re: Halogens and HID.

[quote author=LaraW link=topic=88889.msg1709364#msg1709364 date=1189627554]
None of these would fit a 2007, right? :-/
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H7 would fit your headlights.


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Re: Halogens and HID.

Just the Silverstars.


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Re: Halogens and HID.

And the silverstars will give more light and a whiter light than my current halogen highbeams? If so I'll take them.


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Re: Halogens and HID.

The Silverstars are a slight upgrade over the stockers. Not the night and day difference you'll see with HID's. I had some comparasion pics that showed the difference. The Silverstars did have less yellow in the output.


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Re: Halogens and HID.

Check here. As stated the pics for some reason are a little messed up: http://www.mazda3forums.com/index.php?topic=62464.0 And they were taken with my old camera.


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Re: Halogens and HID.

Well, I definitely want functionality over looks for the high beams... however I was told that you cannot use HIDs in the highbeams, so that is why I am considering the silverstars.


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Re: Halogens and HID.

H7 are for your low beams not highs. And no HID's are not reccommended for your highs.


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Re: Halogens and HID.

Ah, the H7 does not fit my car then... for some reason I was thinking highbeams, sorry!

My car has the stock HID kit on it.

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