Not really.I've not looked at my headlights/fog lights - are the bulbs on all of them easy to get to, GC?
I recently replaced the bulbs in my wife's Galant with the SilverStar Ultra's. They are much more white, but honestly they didn't seem much brighter. Her car is older so I had already replaced bulbs, so take it with a grain of salt - I'm sure what I put in there the first time I replaced the bulbs weren't OEM either. BUT, they really didnt' seem much brighter. I noticed that when you look at the specs on the bulbs, the color temp varies, but basically all of the halogen bulbs are rated at the same lumens.Hey,
Are there brighter bulbs on the matket for the stock projector headlights? I'm not interested in replacing the whole light for the HID's just want some better light out of the stock units. Anybody replace their bulbs?
Can u tell me what model number on the sylvania headlights u picked up or maybe post a pictureI haven't replaced the GC bulbs but I installed Sylvania Silverstar ultra's on my truck and they are a lot better than the oem bulbs. They are not cheap but the difference was worth it IMO.
Oh I agree that it is doable. It is just a huge pain.It is doable for even the most inexperienced person.
I replaced my stock H11 low beams and H11 fogs with H9 bulbs. The H9 bulbs are 65W and the stock H11 bulbs are 55W.
Not a huge difference but for $6 each it is worth the upgrade.