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Default Looking For Super Bright Low Beams

Looking for new low beams for my Chevy. They take an H11 bulb, and I have 2 ideas, but want to know if you guys have anymore. These 2 are what I found.

Amazon.com: H11ST Sylvania Silverstar Headlight Bulb H11 ST: Automotive
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Putco Pure Ion Spark White H11 - Halogen

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and why do the plugs look different on these?
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Just do a low beam HID and a high beam HID. Brightest you will get
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I used a HID kit on my Mustang and loved it, the only problem is that it did low beams only... so be careful and make sure you get both low and high.

In my dad's explorer, we installed those sylvania silverstar bulbs and they're nice and bright, much more than the stock lamps.
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super bright low beams just piss people off
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I have an HID kit with H11 bulbs in 6k that I can sell!!!
possibly, i went to the HID site and if I can, ill replace everything. its like 270 for it all, lows highs and fog.
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possibly, i went to the HID site and if I can, ill replace everything. its like 270 for it all, lows highs and fog.
yea that would be nice. you don't really need high beams though. usually when you use high beams you're going to constantly turning on/off. that can damage the ballast!
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