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Old 11-16-2007, 03:59 PM
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Old 11-16-2007, 04:01 PM
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Anyone use this?
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Does it work well?
Is it worth it?

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not sure never used it... but for 100 bucks more you could just get full HID lights i wouldn't waste my money on it... but thats just my opinion
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Old 11-16-2007, 04:04 PM
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There's a mod to do that, but it can only be done on certain year models. I want that, it annoys the hell outa me that my fog lights go off when the brights are on
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Old 11-17-2007, 03:08 AM
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I don't think you can obtain true HID for $100, maybe some of the blue/white tint bulbs and a upgraded harness, but true HID is going to cost a lot more than that.
I haven't used this device from BriteBox I am running their Turbo Lifesaver and it is a excellent product. I am also using the upgraded harness from GOS so if you are worried about the quality of what they sell I can tell you they are first rate.
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Old 11-17-2007, 09:36 AM
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There's a mod to do that, but it can only be done on certain year models. I want that, it annoys the hell outa me that my fog lights go off when the brights are on
If I read that right, it has nothing to do with the foglights. It keeps the low beams on when you turn the highbeams on too. I know what you mean though, I did that mod to mine because it drove me nuts too. Now my foglights stay on when I turn on the highbeams!

Here's a link to that mod, but like you said it only works on some models. They are listed in the link.

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I don't think you can obtain true HID for $100, maybe some of the blue/white tint bulbs and a upgraded harness, but true HID is going to cost a lot more than that.
I haven't used this device from BriteBox I am running their Turbo Lifesaver and it is a excellent product. I am also using the upgraded harness from GOS so if you are worried about the quality of what they sell I can tell you they are first rate.
I am definitly not worried about their quality or their customer service. They are awesome!!
That is where I bought my gauges. I was having problems with two of my gauges(pyro and boost were both defective)I dealt with Kash(guys name) there, he sent me a new gauge twice on good faith before I ever sent mine back to him. I have sent him the bad ones since then. Now everything works great. They are great people to deal with
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Old 11-17-2007, 02:07 PM
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Glad you found a good place, you know a lot of bad apples on Ebay can spoil it for everyone. Do you know anybody who has been running these for a year or longer? Have they developed any leaks? I hope you never have this problem, but it has been an issue with these after market lights, especially the head lights. Like I said I hope yours work out awesome.
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Old 11-17-2007, 03:23 PM
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I have something similar, made by Painless, that keeps both high and low beams on in my 94 Silverado. Anything that increases the light is worth it in my book (getting older and night vision aint what she used to be.) If you do this you may also want to go all out and upgrade to HID's. Talk to Logan. He's got a set on his dually and they are incredibly bright. I believe he spent less than $300 for the kit.
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I'D go HID if i was ya'll
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Is there any worry about shortening the bulb light having both on at the same time, more heat and all. Also would it discolor the plastic lens from more heat.

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Old 11-18-2007, 03:22 AM
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Many of the housings have melted from the extra heat, this is why the upgraded harness is a must if running anything other than stock bulbs.
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