Does anyone know the stock temp color of the 2006 350z Bi-xenon's? I wanted to change mine out to make them just a touch blue, like when you first turn them on. I have read that you should stay between 6k-7k for the best light output, which is what I am looking for.
If you want the best and max light output choose 5000K( pure white light) if you want a white light hint of blue but a little less light output choose 6000K I was actually thinking of upgrading to xenon. So I have been reading about them alot. Have you heard of the McCollugh or McColluch conversion kits? Can anyone give me feed back on these?
oem xenons are usually around 4300-5000K, which gives a creamy white light on the road
manufacturers choose this Kelvin because 4300K is the most output u can get out of a xenon globe
ive got philips ultinon 6000K and they give a light purple output. Light purple against a black road isnt as bright as white/yellow light against black, thats why they say the higher the Kelvin, the less output there is
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