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Old 04-13-2002   #1
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The bluest lights.........

Where can i get the bluest lights for our civics? Is there a place online or dose anyone know the name of em?


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take your stock bulbs out and color them with a blue sharpie marker, riceboy...
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lol, yeah if you want blue lights just by a streetglow kit that installs into your light housing giving you a blue glow....also be ready for tickets up the wazoo
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Haha, first off haters, why get 6k HID rather than a 4.3k HID kit? Oh what? you want it to look blue? Haha.
Anyways man, my dad has Razo bulbs in his RSX, premium white zero's, they are really blue, I also heard that PIAA plamsa's are really blue on low beams and more white on high beams. Peace.
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ya try those headlight strobekits. leave them on(they dont have to be flashing) along with your headlights
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Just go to Canadian Tire if you live in Canada or Kmart if you live in the U.S. of A. and pick up a set of Christmas tree bulbs (preferably blue) and line them up around your car.

You will be the blooest *****(****a out there!
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PIAA's are expensive, and I hear the plasmas tend to explode frequently. Nokyas and Polargs are very blue, and a bit more affordable.
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I have PIAA Xtreme H4's and I got them when I got the car new in August of 01 and they are still running strong but if they blow out thats cool go get new ones since they have a 1 yr warranty. My Xtreme parking lights though one burned out like under 2 mths once I installed them. So yeah PIAA does burn out often, just have to have the place you bought them number handy.

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EUROLITE FUSION's are pretty ddamn good

Put them in about 6 months ago still running strong

only paid about $10
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i had some nokya artic white bulbs that lasted about two months. i got them replaced and they blew again. i think they SUCK!

just a warning, i bought them from hidpro on ebay, better watch him!
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I like my Hiper Super Plasmas
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Can tire has a special paint that you colour your bulbs with. Comes in different colours.
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