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well i was wondering if any of you guys had 4300k if so any pics please
they will definitely help
im in a debate between 4300k,5000k,and 6000k
i know you more experienced guys can help me out
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Sorry, no pics, but I love my 6K HID's.
thanks for giving your opinion
i like 6k because of the color it emits not blue but not completely white
either
but im going on a trip so lower k numbers are better for visibility
thanks alot:)
 

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thanks for giving your opinion
i like 6k because of the color it emits not blue but not completely white
either
but im going on a trip so lower k numbers are better for visibility
thanks alot:)
Your right, they have a very slight blue colour. Mine are very bright. Took a little fine tuning to get them high enough to make me happy but not too high to pi$$ people off. Im no expert on the Kelvin vs colour topic, but as I recall, 5K is where you get the pure white light.
 

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Your right, they have a very slight blue colour. Mine are very bright. Took a little fine tuning to get them high enough to make me happy but not too high to pi$$ people off. Im no expert on the Kelvin vs colour topic, but as I recall, 5K is where you get the pure white light.
how did you fine tune
when i get my hid's
im planning on doing so
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In my case it was alot of trial and error. I drove around with the reverse torex socket and driver in my cup holder for a few days. The headlight aligner at our shop was a real waste of time.
 

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In my case it was alot of trial and error. I drove around with the reverse torex socket and driver in my cup holder for a few days. The headlight aligner at our shop was a real waste of time.
that sounds frustrating
ill do the old garage door check
instead to see if they are aligned
thanks anyway
 
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