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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-12-2014, 07:41 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for H7 bulb with the HID look..

Can anyone recommend a H7 Headlight bulb brand/model that will give off either the blue or pure white light tint, Ive seen a bunch of bulbs claiming to do so, but always have negitive reviews of not giving that distinct tint. anny info would be great thanks guys
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Assuming you don't want HIDs, give Sylvania zXe bulbs a try. I had those in my Eagle Eyes when I had them and they worked really well.
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Why not just go HID? They really aren't any more expensive than the Sylvania zXe bulbs. I went with an OPT7 55W 5000K H7 in my eagle eyes and comparing them to by buddies 35w 5000k also in eagle eyes, they are just awesome

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I have the zXe and they are the purest white you can get without getting HIDs. If you end up getting HIDs, get a retrofit or some projector headlights, don't be a person who puts HIDs in stock reflector housings lol

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