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bemmerguy714

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Hi, I really like these headlights and was wondering if anyone knew where to get them. I dont know if they come blue like that or its the paint reflection or the blub is blue so it gives it that look. I found some on ebay but i'm not sure if they are the ones. I like the blue lights cause my car is gona be blue but i also want angel eyes (halo) lights. Is it possible to have both? Both that blue style and angel eyes? Or should i get these angel eyes and just use H4 blue bulbs? Has anyone done this before?

Here is the link to the angel eyes

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Euro-Halo-Headlight-Nissan-Datsun-240z-260z-280z_W0QQitemZ7987292210QQcategoryZ33710QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

And here is the link to the bulbs i'm thinking of

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&category=33709&item=7987091167

If anyone has done this if you could please help me out that would be great. Also if you do have this look can u post some pics of how they look on your car? THANKS!!!!

MaTt

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There has been a considerable amount of discussion and some excellent comments already made in this forum with regard to Xenon lighting versus look alike blue headlights.

If you dial the word Xenon into the search facility and do some quick reading these you will very quickly receive a breadth of comment and opinion that will help you in deciding your options on this one.

Regards

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I believe this is what you're asking about:

http://www.classiczcars.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=8950&cat=500&page=1

2nd view:

http://www.classiczcars.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=2600&cat=500&page=1

And no, I don't know how it "double exposed" as it was with a digital camera.

I bought those off e-bay and they are quite similar to the first ad you posted.

One note, check with your state DMV as BLUE lights in front of the windshield pillar are considered NO-NO's in some states.

E

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It double exposed because you took a pic in the dark with no flash. The shutter speed adjusted to a low light condition, and since you were not on a tripod, the camera moved. This gives that double exposed look. Very common with digi-cams and dark pics. I like those lights, I may have to get them for mine when (if) I ever get it back together.

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I believe this is what you're asking about:

http://www.classiczcars.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=8950&cat=500&page=1

2nd view:

http://www.classiczcars.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=2600&cat=500&page=1

And no, I don't know how it "double exposed" as it was with a digital camera.

I bought those off e-bay and they are quite similar to the first ad you posted.

One note, check with your state DMV as BLUE lights in front of the windshield pillar are considered NO-NO's in some states.

E

yes but i also want them to be blue in the middle

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blue with halo ring i have no idea on the price of shipping (as i'm in australia) but i'm thinking of maybe getting some of the projector ones so if i ever get a HID conversion it looks real sweet :D

THANKS MAN! Thats exactly what i'm looking for. Have u ever done buisness with these people before? Thanks man! :classic:

Matt

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nah i havn't done buisness with them, hence why i'm wondering how much shipping to australia would be, i just happened to come across them and remembered this thread. I wonder how well these would work if the reflector was blackened out...would prob look a bit on the ugly side :S but could also look interesting, i need to see a picture of them on at night, i've emailed them so i'll see what happens

-evan

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  • 2 months later...

I have owned dozens of sets of H4 headlights over the past 30 years, and can say that if all you're looking for is style, pick whatever tickles you. (Those blue lensed things would get you a citation here in Oregon in a big hurry, though.)

But if you are looking for better lights, get a name brand like Hella, Cibié or Bosch. To learn more than you wanted to know about lights, visit http://www.danielsternlighting.com/home.html

Disclaimer - I have no affiliation with Stern lighting, but he's got good data, not guesses or hype.

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(Those blue lensed things would get you a citation here in Oregon in a big hurry, though.)

Speaking of legal stuff anyone have any idea if i would have trouble with these http://www.matrixracing.com/BI5386Details.htm in CA? I dont think i would cause there are alot of European cars coming OEM with blue headlights. But just to make sure anyone had anyproblems haveing blue lights of they;re z?

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