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Old 12-12-2012, 10:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys! I seen on another thread that the Sylvania Silverstars are the way to go for more light. Can you do a straight swap without damaging the wiring, melting the headlight cover etc.? Also are there various wattage avaailable and if so what would be good for a Coupe?
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They're pretty much all the same watts IIRC; unless, you have HIDs that are either 35w or 55w.
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Hey guys! I seen on another thread that the Sylvania Silverstars are the way to go for more light. Can you do a straight swap without damaging the wiring, melting the headlight cover etc.? Also are there various wattage avaailable and if so what would be good for a Coupe?
Just replace with 9006 for the low beam and 9007 for the high-beam that are the bulb manufacturer's version for your car. Adjust the headlight beams if the road is too dim.
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Just replace with 9006 for the low beam and 9007 for the high-beam that are the bulb manufacturer's version for your car. Adjust the headlight beams if the road is too dim.
9007 and 9004 are a dual filament bulb

9006 is low beam and 9005 is high beam.

To answer question last I knew most automotive bulbs found in walmart, auto zone etc are 55-65W bulbs. You can find 100W on ebay, and they're decently good, not the best, but an improvement over stock. How they are on the wiring or plastic housing I have no clue.
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