Originally Posted by vishal kamboj
naveen the pics are very usefull thanx a ton
there is a difference in both seems both in throw and colour
phillips 6000k seems very good but did you feel what i told above like the white light being eaten up?
have you heard about p8 hids?
so what do you think will hids solve my problem?
but i also have fogs but they are yellow if i install 6000k i will need to change the fogs too or they would look odd ?
are 6000ks street legal?
are 4300k available for fogs?
True. In dark areas you will feel that the 6000k are better but will suffer in city conditions and also during rain. That's why 4300k is opted. You can also notice the scattering and irregular light of 6000k, whereas in 4300k since projectors are used, the light beam is better.
Yes, had seen their advertisement in magazines, but dont think it's good. Have heard some guys sharing some bad experiences.
HID's in regular clear lamp HL's are illegal actually
These are meant to be used with projectors. The reason why cops are easily attracted is that, when used in stock HL's, the light tends to blind oncoming traffic and if 6000k is used, there will be this huge color difference when compared to stock bulbs. So cops get this feeling, "Ah, here comes a racer".!
That's why I dont recommend 6000k.
Yes, I too feel the color difference. I use stock fogs and can feel the color change. So if you use 6000k, there will be huge difference. But changing over your HL and fogs into HID's can burn your pocket. No issues if you have the budget.