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well i guess there has to be a guinea pig and im happy that i choose to be one.. i recently ordered the blue bulbs H13 off ebay which was brought up on the other thread.. well i must say i am very pleased with them.. couldnt be better.. i had one regular halogen and then the blue bulb and i must say the lgiht output was pretty much the same only the blue bulb gave off a more clear white light making things more distinct.. not much of a light loss if any... here are some pics with them installed.. stupid me i didnt take one with halogens in so in the one pic i put the fog light on but here they are.. the best i could do...
 

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Thankyou! I was waiting for someone to test those blue bulbs on ebay out. I cant really tell a difference on my monitor but im guessing you installed it on the driver side and left it OEM on the passanger side for these pictures? What are you going to do for fog lights? You gotta have matching fog lights! One last question is have you driven with them in the rain yet?
 

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i had those on my tahoe and the only problem is when it rains, you can barely tell you have your lights on. when its dry they perform great, but when the roads are wet i cant see any thing
 

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no i have not test driven with them yet however i have used aftermarket bulbs like these before and yes in the rain u will notice a drop in the light output, however the fogs do help in lighting up the road also.. i have never had it bad enough to not want these in.. so far they are great.. and i have used these in almost everu vehicle i drive.. i highly reccommend them..
 

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I found a Shop thats doing these modification to the Durango in order to install a Bi-Xenon 5600 k bulbs, i'm going to give it a try an let you know when its ready, its going to cost around $850 dlrs.
 

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Real HID huh? I know there are drop-in kits for the 1st gen Durangos with the 9007 bulb for less than 300 dollars now. I want REAL HID lights!!! but im not going to drive to mexico for them or pay $800!!! wowser.
 

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Yeah, that was my first question, it is real HID, the drop a Bi-xenon housing (universal) with a 9007 bulb, and do the cosmetics integration inside the original headunit. Like changing the original bulb for a 9007 and upgrading to HID.
 
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