I would also suggest that you look into doing the wiring upgrade with the relays as well to insure that you are getting full voltage to the lights.. I think you can do a search on this subject and find out exactly what is involved. I am certain that if you test the voltage currently getting to your lamps, and you are still using the factory wiring, it will be less than 12 volts.
1969 Camaro SS 350-383ci./365HP, T-56, 12 bolt, Power Trax Locker, 3.73 gears, 4 whl disc, Deluxe black houndstooth interior, rear window defogger, tilt steering, floor console w/gauge package, center mntd. clock, tachometer
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Hella has a conversion 7" round Halogen HB2 bulb with replacable lamps that I put on my 69. Have not done much night driving so can't say how much better they are than stock. For $80/pair I thought it was worth any improvement. Purchased them at Autobarn.net.
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I put a set of Cool Blue's in my 57 and Angie is bad jealous. They are not very blue (thank God, I'm no ricer), but they throw some serious brilliant white light out. I am going to put some Xtra Vision lights on the 79 Z and compare them before I put new lights on the 69.
57 Plymouth Savoy in my family since new, just cosmetically restored, 93 S-10 waiting on the 80 Dodge Lil' red Express clone truck to be built then one s_10 for sale, Angie's mechanic and designated Vette cusser.
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