Discussion in 'Performance Lighting' started by Mikey b, November 9, 2017.
Put some led bulbs on think it looks pretty good make a difference too. Headlights and fogs.
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That's a downgrade for fog lights. You want an orange hue, even more orange than stock for best vision, going towards the blue end of the spectrum will mostly throw out a blinding (you) wall of illuminated fog more than piercing it.
Additionally if you didn't re-aim your headlights more to the right than stock, you're probably illegally blinding other people. Manufacturers don't just throw a bulb in any random shape housing. The bulb beam angle is carefully measured and adjusted.
Don't mean to seem down on LED headlights but they really don't belong in incan housings. This is why when a vehicle has both types of lights available as different options packages, manufacturers don't just toss an LED bulb in where an incan would have gone, even though it would reduce their costs to do so.
Looks great, I'm thinking about going LED for the whiter look but reading about cooling fans for the bulbs and flickering kinda makes me hesitant, so for now just sticking with philips crystal vision ultra bulbs.