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Headlight help

2016 Views 11 Replies 5 Participants Last post by  marlinspike
My C came with regular headlights... to customize a bit, I put Nokia bulbs in the high beam, low beam, and fog lights... all hyper white, which is more of a cool blue.

Problem is with the low beams...simply not bright enough. At night, I always have to have the fog lights on, or it's REALLY difficult to see.:blindfold Fog lights look great, and are bright enough, as are the high beams...

So my problem is with the low beams...

The question is what can I do? What are my options? I saw this on ebay;
and didn't know if that was a smart alternative or if they are too expensive & unecssary for me, if there are other options.

Any advice and thoughts are MOST appreciated!!! Keep in mind, I don't want to change the color of my fogs or high beams, as I love that blue kinda look.
(I went so far as to change all my interior lights to blue too & they look great!!!)

Thank you in advance for you suggestions!
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You'll lose the color, but get some +30 bulbs (I don't think they make +50 bulbs in 9005 and 9006) and your high beams will have 170 more lumens and the low beams 95 lumens.
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Silverstars do not increase light (at least not Sylvania silverstars, the Osram silverstars built for the non-US market are a totally different thing even though they have the same name and come from the same company). What they do is increase light temperature and increase light concentration. This tricks your mind into thinking there is more light. This means you pupils don't dialate as much as they would otherwise so your vision down the road is worsened. Plus, Sylvania silverstars don't last long either (and by that I mean you're lucky to get a few months). Let's put it this way, if a bulb advertises itself as being whiter, stay away cause that's ricer crap.
Hmmm, that's odd. I guess he's updating his website or something because the entire website ( is down
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