the wattage from the kit will also change the light output. a 6k HID bulb with a 35w kit will look different than a 6k bulb on a 55w kit. the 55w will make it brighter which if i'm correct it will be a whiter shade of that temp.
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go with stock bulbs, cant go wrong, all this 6k through 12k crap is for people who wants light bulbs to make their car look cool, Headlights were meant to let you see at night, not blind other people and make your car look cool, the stock bulb is perfect, 6k is not as bad as 8k or higher but the stock is always better,
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6000k is the highest temperature you can go before you start losing usuable light. I have 3000K 55w for my fogs and 6000k 55w for my high beams. Headlights are the oem 4300K
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Originally Posted by Smike
Haters? It's a performance car and you've gone full retard.
Originally Posted by 94AWDcoupe
Anyone who wants to argue about it will not get an argument from me. I dont argue with stupid. So if you want to be stupid have at it.
Originally Posted by FJF
Two ways of looking at this:
1. It's an ad for wheels, presented in a manner as to attract as much attention as possible. Works for me.
2. It's someone's idea of personal expression. Unfortunately, taste can't be acquired as a bolt-on.