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LMAO!!!! Nice, do it, do it!!
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Nice!!! I would LOVE HID back ups, but I don't want the warm up time. I do love my LED reverse bulbs and my Rigid Dually Diffused back ups!
Yeah lol same here, HID's in reverse doesn't make much logical sense.

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Re: HIR High Beam Bulbs

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Re: HIR High Beam Bulbs

Thanks Goebbels! I'm rocking the Xentec HID kit. It works wonders, especially 3K in fog n "weather" haha
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Thanks Goebbels! I'm rocking the Xentec HID kit. It works wonders, especially 3K in fog n "weather" haha
They certainly do work wonders. lol Have you ever been told it looks like a puddle of pi** in front of your vehicle? lol
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Haha maybe your not yellow enough! lol
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Re: HIR High Beam Bulbs

Yellow actually is proven not to make any difference. Properly mounted and aimed is the key to good fog lights.

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The old wives' tale that yellow fog lights give you greater visibility over white or blue ones is just not true. The premise of that superstition, that yellow light waves are long enough to pass through water particles without reflecting back into the driver's eyes, is based on a misinterpretation of Lord Rayleigh's principle of light scattering. As it turns out, the water particles in fog and mist are entirely too large to have an effect on any light waves from fog lights, be they yellow, white, blue or even green. In other words, any fog light that is properly mounted and aimed is effective, so don't worry about the color.
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Yellow actually is proven not to make any difference. Properly mounted and aimed is the key to good fog lights.

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The old wives' tale that yellow fog lights give you greater visibility over white or blue ones is just not true. The premise of that superstition, that yellow light waves are long enough to pass through water particles without reflecting back into the driver's eyes, is based on a misinterpretation of Lord Rayleigh's principle of light scattering. As it turns out, the water particles in fog and mist are entirely too large to have an effect on any light waves from fog lights, be they yellow, white, blue or even green. In other words, any fog light that is properly mounted and aimed is effective, so don't worry about the color.
A popular article many people refer to when talking about yellow lighting is Daniel Stern Lighting

Yes, that's well known and I've read that before. I don't use them based on that belief.

1) I love the color yellow

2) Yellow is easily more perceptible to the eye than a blueish or purpleish color. Most older people prefer a yellow to a blue since it's easier on the eyes and generates less fatigue. Why do you think Philips 85122 and 85122 + lean more towards a yellowish color at first.

3) It looks cool and unique.
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Yellow actually is proven not to make any difference. Properly mounted and aimed is the key to good fog lights.

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The old wives' tale that yellow fog lights give you greater visibility over white or blue ones is just not true. The premise of that superstition, that yellow light waves are long enough to pass through water particles without reflecting back into the driver's eyes, is based on a misinterpretation of Lord Rayleigh's principle of light scattering. As it turns out, the water particles in fog and mist are entirely too large to have an effect on any light waves from fog lights, be they yellow, white, blue or even green.
Interesting. Maybe mythbusters will test it. Haha
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