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Halo Projector CCFL vs Regular

Discussion in 'Toyota Trucks & SUVs' started by Cobhc, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. Cobhc

    Cobhc [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Ok so there are 2 different types of Halo Projector headlights for the toyota tacoma. One is a regular Halo projector that is not compatible with HIDs. The other is CCFL (cold cathode fluorescent lamps). These are compatible with HIDs. Can you guys give me some input as to which one I should get, which one would work better overall, or what the advantages are of having one as opposed to the other? I personally think the non-CCFL looks nicer but I would like to have HIDs or at least something close to HIDs.
     
  2. X-Travagant

    X-Travagant Vacuum Leaks

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    CCFL are much brighter and sharper looking just FYI....what year truck?
     
  3. Cobhc

    Cobhc [OP] Well-Known Member

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    2008 TRD Sport. Indigo Ink.
     
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