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Old 02-09-2005, 07:44 PM   #1
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Smile H.I.D and foglights (yellow) what setup i should do??

Any feedback from anyone is good..just write something plz.

Well i'll post pictures.. after i'm done.i'll take a couple since i have not taken any pictures of my car.I'm thinking that i'm going to take the old fog's and put the yellow ones in their place they are square. I cut the grill where the foglights are.What do u guys think i should do... i mean


option one..


leave the old fog and put the yellow ones in the middle. so i'll have 4 fog. The stock on the sides and the yellow ones and but can be turn on by different switches.. or

option 2..

take the old fogs and replace with the yellow ones and put my yellow piaa's which i got from ebay. Litlle oval ones in the middle...( or

options 3 reverse the mounting of option 2. meaning having my small piaa's(yellow) on the sides where the stock foglights were and the really bright yellow like lexus on the middle

or for sale the piaa's on ebay and get hid color piaa's fogs..


I really don't know what to do with two yellow fog lights since the piaa's are not a very light washout yellow. dissapoint in the color but they really light up the road really good so i was thinking of using them only when it rains and what not and use the bright yellow for crusin and stuff..... what u guys think??


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Old 02-09-2005, 07:52 PM   #2
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I dunno...having 4 foglights on is a bit tacky IMO.

I would either replace the old foglights with the new ones or get some Hoen Xenonmatch bulbs to go along with your HID.
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Old 02-09-2005, 07:53 PM   #3
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I agree with hotfocus..... 4 fog lights is overkill.
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Old 02-09-2005, 08:01 PM   #4
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Well i won't the four light up at the same time,but i see where u guys are coming from.. I'll just take the old fog lights and put the bright yellow ones(like french yellow thanks to the glass being that color) i'll go for the jap look since i love the contrast of the lights..But i didn't think it would look tacky since the ones i wanted in the middle look so small that u can't tell that i have them. So i was planning on using them on foul weather.. If the small won't be seen would it still be tacky.By all means i'm not planning on using four fog lights at once. It would lool lame.
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What about tinting your stock fogs yellow? I was thinking of doing that, my buddy did it with some yellow film and it looks HOT with his HID's. I wouldn't put 4 fogs on my car. Even if you're not running them all at once it still looks like fugly i'd say. What about an SVT front end with some yellow tinted fogs? that would look HOT i dare say!
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i'd just put on one set, not both. it would look tacky and out of place
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