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post #16 of 62 (permalink) Old 02-15-2012, 02:26 PM
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how do these compare to a 55w H3 bulb output? is this a look or does it serve a purpose ie. provide a nice output that actually will help you in bad weather conditions?

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We know- we are working to get those pictures to you guys!

Stealthy, these are for looks, not performance. I'd recommend one of our HID kits if you're looking to drastically upgrade your performance. Thanks!


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I used your vehicle finder to find an application for my vehicle.
"There are no products matching this selection" under the 2004 Subaru Foreseter or 2011 Forester I searched for. I own a 2004 Forester XT.

I wouldn't mind something brighter, but I'd also like to be assured that these would be brighter than stock. I would be willing to test some for you and provie some professional quality comparison shots with my Canon DSLR from 10 and 20 feet away from a bright coloured wall at night which would show a side by side comparison between a stock bulb and your bulb. PM me if interested or if you get something listed on your website for our vehicles.

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We are currently in the process of listing them all. I'll make sure these are done next, thanks!


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How do these compare in terms of brightness/effectiveness with the stock fogs?

Also, I don't see any Subarus listed on your more info page - are they plug and play with a 2003 Forester?
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Yes, they are 100% plug-and-play. The hi-power are about as bright as stock fogs, and the SMD are about half as bright. Thanks!


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Yes, they are 100% plug-and-play. The hi-power are about as bright as stock fogs, and the SMD are about half as bright. Thanks!
Thanks. Any side by sides in a Forester?

Also, which bulb would a Forester require? The bulbs on that page are all different, and none are marked for Forester.
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I posted a question, and I'm still waiting for an answer!

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Sorry about that! We will finally have side-by-side comparison shortly. We wanted to wait until we had yellow in stock as well.

The bulb size for your 2003 Forester would be H3, available here:
H3 - Foglight/DRL Sizes - Listed by Size - LED Bulbs


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Do you have a yellow LED replacement bulb for fogs that's as bright as an ebay yellow bulb? I have yellow Lamin-X vinyl over my fogs as well, not sure how that would affect light output.
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If you mean a halogen bulb the LED is probably not gonig to be as bright. I'd recommend a HID kit.


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how about those pictures
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Not yet, sorry! Coming soon!


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