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I'm currently running a 6000K HID bulb in my projectors. What is an equivalent (non HID) bulb that I can run in my Highs and fogs that would produce the same color of light? I want them all to match color wise.
 

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Run a HID kit in the lows; a 9006 kit will fit with no problem.

With HIDs in the low and fogs........you'll have no reason to use your highs
 

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Run a HID kit in the lows; a 9006 kit will fit with no problem.

With HIDs in the low and fogs........you'll have no reason to use your highs
ok i have 35w in lows, what should i run in fogs? 35 or 55? I run my fogs all the time and dont want to be flashed
 

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I have been running a 35w kit in my fogs for about 7 years now with no issues. You might have to adjust the foglight housings down a bit, but east work with a Torx bit
 

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I've been running 55w in my fogs for almost a year now, and just the fogs and factory lows are better than my highs. I was getting flashed a lot until I aimed the housing down some more, now I haven't been flashed in months


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I have had 35w 4500k bulbs in my Lows and Fogs for probably 8 years now.

I have Toshiba HIR bulbs in my highs and you definitely can tell when they are on. I use them all the time.

I had to adjust both my headlights and fogs down.
 

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If you want a real nice improvement to your usable light output; switch from 6000k bulbs to the 4500K bulbs. I ran 6000k's for several years.....when I made the switch is was like night and day difference.
 
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