Do you know what the wattage output is on them?
Pretty sure its just 55/65wDo you know what the wattage output is on them?
What was worth the cash? Hids or the silverstars?They are standard 55w. I've read a lot of complaints about them. I've also had them in ALL of my passed 7 cars without a single issue. I only went HID on my car now because they don't make H11 silverstars. They are well worth the loot.
Ok, I was just wondering cause I run the Hella Optilux bulbs in my truck and they are 80/100Pretty sure its just 55/65w
The silverstars are worth it. The HID's are much brighter and whiter ofcourse but then you'll be pissing people off left and right and yes..they cost more. My HID's were $90 for the kit.What was worth the cash? Hids or the silverstars?
Like the chebby off-road light kit? that has all 4 lights onYou can also install a diode to let the lows stay on when you turn on your highs.
This is ok if you have the 4 seperate lights. But doing this on vehicles with 2 headlights is not a good idea. I did this on my Super Duty and within 6 months (I drive alot of backroads at night), the light housings were melted and I had to change the headlights. 120 watts in plastic light housings is a recipe for melted plastic. That's my 2 cents.You can also install a diode to let the lows stay on when you turn on your highs.
You can buy just the clear headlights and keep your ambers. I'm very pleased with mine.I'm going to be honest and say that these bulbs are actually brighter than the cheapies. Much whiter, the light is more intese and I feel like I can see farther.
I also cleaned up my housings with some 2000 grit sand paper and plastic polish, but I need new housings. The stuff cleaned them up nicely, but most of the haze is on the inside. Now I just need to decide if I want clear housings or flutted ones. I like the ambers on my truck...