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OK so i bought these: http://www.k2motor.com/3lhppl97jmbks.html.
They look sick, and are pretty bright using the stock bulbs from my regular headlights. I was wondering how do i get "hyper whites". I have no idea about anything to do with lighting, so what size would i need and would i need two bulbs for each side (one for high, one low)?

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If you searcg around on here you will hear BAD stories of them and 5th gens.

Most people (not all but most) have problems with them blowing out after a short time.


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retrofits.
 

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Since you now have projectors you could do a PNP Hid kit pretty easy.

Ive had quite a few different bulbs in my car and as far as a regular halogen, PIAA Xtreme White's have been the ones ive stuck with.
 

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To the OP...

You DO NOT HAVE H1s

You have H3's. I have the same lights.
 

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i have piaa super-whites (4000k), and my lights seem to be brighter than the stocks, but an undoubtedly more, better-looking white. i have my turns as the stock "white", so in comparison, the blinks almost look yellow... like some BMWs.
 

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yeah don't get the Silverstars. I've gone through 4 sets (high and low beam) in one year. Good thing the place I bought them from had a 1 year warranty so I didn't have to pay but yeah, they suck ass.
 

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^^^^^ I use Piaa brand bulbs for my fogs on both the Lude and the CR-V. Have had no problems with either set.


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on another note with headlights retros really are the way to go for safety, reliability, and also looks. just my .02 cents. sorry for changing the subject slightly.
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