Those VisionPlus make a huge difference compared to OEM H7 (Philips or Osram/Sylvania).<br> <br> I got mine from Autolamps Online, a UK based company, for $40/set. They have no problem shipping overseas at no additional cost.<br> <p>proxy.dotcenter.net
... if it says H7, then order H7 etc... <br> <br> If you want 'Blue Xenon look', upgrade to real HID ($500-$1000). Anything short of it will make your car look 'HID wannaby', i.e. rice-rocketish. It's very easy to tell one from the other. Bad taste, if you ask me. Also - poor illumination, as all blue-coated (or any other tint, for that matter) halogen bulbs throw LESS light on the road than CLEAR bulbs (which Philips VisionPlus are).<p>proxy.dotcenter.net
are these lamps so bright that they blind oncoming traffic? did you need to readjust the angle of the lights at all? or are they fine for oncoming traffic?<br> <br> btw, my coupe came w/ michelin pilot sports 225/45zr rated<p>cn401590-a.norr1.pa.home.com
mine had the michelins. the article below says they come w/ michelins but that's the canadian evolution package (which i believe is the same as the C7).<br> <br> http://www.canadiandriver.com/testdrives/02c230sc.htm<br> <br> my only hesistation is that i saw the photos of tommy's car and although he got the c7 package, his tires are clearly continental contisports (also zr rated, not the standard all-season conti's).<p>207-103-102-115.lata228-vz-1.voicenet.com
from autoclass.net<br> <br> The xenon lights for 2002 c-coupe will be here in late november............$749.00 each<br> <br> <br> sorry, i don't have any details. please contact autoclass.net for more info.<p>207-103-102-115.lata228-vz-1.voicenet.com
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