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Thinking about making headlamp beam brighter

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Electronics & Lighting' started by SILVERTANK, Nov 27, 2007.

  1. SILVERTANK

    SILVERTANK Member

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    Guys

    Question for you all. I love the look of the Xenon lights, but itching for a brighter white beam from my headlamps.

    What are my options?

    Thanks!!

    Chris:cool:
     

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    5000K-6000K color Temp. are brightest I think.
     
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    4300k are the stock lights which are also the brightest at 3200 lumens. The higher up you go on the scale the less output and more color, I believe 6000k is at 2800 lumens.

    here is a color chart
     
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    Oops!

    That's a great chart to show the difference.
     
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    bro...


    i was thinking like you at the beginning,


    first i change to 8000k! what really looks great. but after that i change to 6000k more white more output power in terms of lumens, but if you really want to goes difference from others!

    change to 3000k! D2S type dual beam. and also try to use your fog lights with xenon kits to 3000k


    looks wonderful yellow bright!



     
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