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Old 7th December 2001, 20:22   #1
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Anyone Change The Color Of The Angel Eyes To White Ring?

Hi all, I upgrade my High and Fog bulb for the Piaa Platinum Super White model 9006 and 9005 to combined with my xenon light.
Now I have all the light in white color, matches perfect with xenon color and only the "Eyes" of my angel eyes headlight is yellow (Ring). Did anyone change this ring to bright in white??

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