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Vlad
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Nov 15, 1:17pm - #326824 
Help Find Bluest 9005 bulbs

i would like to replace my DRL and Highbeam bulbs because i have al blue lookin bulbs and want the good look so my question is what kina of bulb would give of the BLUEST light its number 8 in the diagram

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Vlad
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Cleveland
Nov 15, 1:22pm - #326825 
Also while im at it what are the bluest bulbs to replace in my Fog lights because there out

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Colorado
Nov 15, 1:23pm - #326826 
Any PIAA bulb will be sexy, just wear rubber gloves when you put them in. For headlight bulbs I would use JDM Nokya bulbs. I have them in my 6th gen and they look gorgeous. Total HID look. Buy the new harnesses for them though cause eventually 130 watts melt the piss out of your factory harness. thumbsup

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Nov 15, 1:35pm - #326827 
those are your DRL/High beams, my friend has some bulbs that are blue enough, to have the DRL running at a hyper white color. instead of the amber color while driving during the day.

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Nov 15, 1:36pm - #326828 
Try Nokya Hyper Blue bulbs. thumbsup


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Nov 15, 2:48pm - #326829 
The higher the color temperature, the more blue they will be. Between 4000K-5000K provides bright white light with a blue tint. Above that, the blue is even more noticable, but the brightness starts to suffer.

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Nov 15, 2:49pm - #326830 
PIAA spark blue, 8000K bulbs. will they melt your housing? i don't know... confused

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Nov 15, 2:50pm - #326831 
You really dont need to wear rubber gloves if you dont want to.. You just have to be real careful.

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Nov 15, 2:51pm - #326832 
some people believes you can touch the glass with gloves on, that is not true. just don't touch the glass at all cost...

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