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Suggestions for new lights

Old 11-15-2017, 07:20 AM
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Hey guys, I am going to upgrade my lights and I'm questioning of what is the best decision. My friend recommended me to use HID lights which is a great choice. He also gave me this site xenonpro for me to purchase. Has anyone here have different recommendations which you believe is better?
Old 01-03-2018, 03:47 AM
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No way I would recommend non-OE HIDs to anyone, man. Nothing against your friend, I even do not know him... Yet you can get into a trouble with a non-adjusting headlight beam (1st), super hot bulbs in the OE headlights, which are not designed for that, may melt, and that is something you do not want for sure (2nd). My recommendation: just go and buy normal headlight bubs, like Sylvania, Philips, etc. And do not experiment with cheap chinese stuff.
Old 04-03-2018, 01:04 PM
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Have any of you tried these led headlight conversion kits on their C3 ?
If so I'm wondering about fit, power consumption, appearance and brightness performance... As I get older my night vision is not what it once
Links below to low beam and high beam kits...

Low Beam: H5006 Sealed Beam LED Headlight Conversion Kit

High Beam: H5001 Sealed Beam LED Headlight Conversion Kit
Old 05-04-2019, 08:28 AM
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Low output from OEM headlights on 1993 Corvette. Heard oem lights only have 9 volts going to them and it is possible to increase power to 12 volts with just a relay or ?
rather try this rout first before expense of total conversion. If not what I'm looking for then easiest conversion. thanks
Old 06-04-2019, 12:27 AM
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Default LED headlights

I have tried several different bulbs on my 93 and none were acceptable until I got led bulbs from Amazon. I have been running them for a couple of months now with no problems. They plug into the stock connectors and the best part was they only cost 26 bucks for the pair delivered. I wish I could tell you the brand but I tossed the box.

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