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    Hi guys is 4300k a White light on the road and no yellow also 5000k. Thanks

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    4300 is the whitest.

    iv got 6000's and they'r bright enough for me.

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    I have 4300K they are pure white, the 5000K is fractionally more blue the 6000K is too blue for my taste but very popular.

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    6000k is the closest to daylight and gives the highest viewable output.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lee gsi View Post
    6000k is the closest to daylight and gives the highest viewable output.
    According to this it is 4300K?


    http://www.mobilehid.com/6000k.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek Mc View Post
    According to this it is 4300K?


    http://www.mobilehid.com/6000k.htm

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    the lower the "K" number the brighter, and whiter they are (i.e. 4300K)

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    aye 4300k is the brightest and gives off the best light but 6000k gives off a slightly blueish tint but is still 100x better than normal lights

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    im running 8000k and to be honest i dont think there that blue. my brother was running 35w 6000k and they looked propper blue. seems even tho there given a colour temp they all seem to be slightly different depending on the place you buy them.

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    Yup I moved from 6000k to 4300k for a more usable light. Defiantly whiter.

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