The 3000K, etc. is not a size, but a temperature rating in Kelvin which varies from yellow at about 3000K to purple at about 8000K, with natural daylight at about 4300K. You should probably do a google search to learn about this. However, Steve , one of the Site's sponsors can hook you up with all of your lighting needs. Do a forum search on Steve, or HID, and you will get quite a few hits.Scottbjr said:hi guys. you've been great at answering the couple questions i've had about my new equinox. i noticed from the site posted above there are different sizes. 3000k 6000k ect... Anyway, dont you need ballasts to run lighting of such size?? i'm just looking for a much brighter factory replacement but blue. If anyone could point out exactly what size that would be i would appreciate it. One last question, has anyone replaced the interior lighting (along the headboard) with LED bulbs? if so what bulbs did you use? again thanks a bunch guys. lighting isnt really my hobby but giving the lack of mods for this vehicle its really all i can do besides for the multi-color led underdash/seat lights i installed. thank you
Good point about the projectors, if you don't have an LTZ or a Terrain - (with projectors), DON'T put HIDs on Reflector Housings - too often, it results in scattering the light into the on-coming driver's eyes.NODES said:4300K is the best for most light output and it gives you that blueish tinge through our projectors.
Your bulbs have been shipped Scottbjr, thanks again,Scottbjr said:anyone know what low beams to buy to project HiGH blue illumonosity? i heard silverstars are junk and put out less light than a standard headlight. thank you guys scott
What kind of life would we expect to get from the Osram Night Breaker Plus considering we are using them in DRL mode for a lot of hours ?XenonDepot said:
And cosmetic is what he was hunting for, thanks! [/color]XenonDepot said:
I would suspect they would burn out prematurely in the DRL location.[/color]RIT333 said:
What he said. Depending on the answer(s), I might be interested in a set. But only if there's a matching set for the fog lights.RIT333 said:
Would just need to buy two sets then as the fogs are the same bulb number (H11) as the DRL's (low beams)[/color]Tribefan said:What he said. Depending on the answer(s), I might be interested in a set. But only if there's a matching set for the fog lights.
Osram IS Silverstar(Sylvania) under a different name.RIT333 said: