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I have a 2000 sts and wanted to replace the normal front lamps with something brighter. Was looking at a product called "Super White" Say's for off road use only.
Info from product; Xenon Gas Technology, Actual wattage = 80 watts, Xenon Equilvalent Brilliance = 100 watts......My concern is with a note on the side of the box which says " Severe Damage to Your Vehicle Is Possible With The Use Of A High Wattage Bulb"...Any thoughts on this issue would be greatly appreciated. I want more light but no smoke..

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dg
 

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Do you not have the HID lights.... Because i know they offer them in that year..... If you odnt have them, Id suggest you look into getting a set of OEM HIDs....
 

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Ive only heard good things about them. They are completely compatible with your wiring harness, and Ill be switching to them this summer (when I turn my fog lights into DRLs)
 

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I have the silverstar headlights in my 1990 Deville and they look nice even on the older models.
 

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They look very close to the HIDs, but much cheaper...
 

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elwesso said:
They look very close to the HIDs, but much cheaper...
I put the silverstar lights in today and they are nice, I like how they add more white light on the road. Thanks elwesso, I think they are worth it.
 

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Im glad you like them... Id be interested to see how much light they add, because the cadillac headlights are VERY weak....
 
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