HID temperature, what's best for fogs?

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  1. HemiBabe

    HemiBabe Senior Member

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    I have 3000°K in both my headlights and fogs. I'm going to swap out the headlights to some 5000°K I have from a prior retro. That being said, I LOVE the yellow light in the snow / wet roads. It just really helps make things 'pop' in shitty weather. Meaning it's easier to distinguish things on the road etc.

    I've also noticed the yellow light doesn't seem to 'disappear' like the blue shades on wet roads.
     
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    i have 10000 in my fogs and both headlights and they seam bright enough for me i like the bluish tint
     
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    Do you have any pictures of what the 10K looks like? I'm interested in seeing.
     
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