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Does anyone know the status of the Philips HID groupbuy. I know Jerry was organizing it, but accord v6 is down and I never received a PM back from him. I'm really looking foward to buying the 4300K kit.:sleep:
 

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Cool, I thought I may have missed it. I want some bad!
 

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which ones are more similar to the xenons on a TL? 6000k or 4300k? peace
 

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V6CpeGirlie said:

Um... I would probably say the 4300K. Mine are the 4300K, which look brighter when I compare it side by side with my brother's 6000K. :)
i was wondering if u can get any pics of ur 4300k's up so we can see it? peace
 

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does anyone have pics of their xenon kits? please post
 

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I think the 4100k's would be the way to go. I mean what's the point in going to HID's if you're not trying to get max. illumination out of them. The higher the number the less light output you have, and then the color changes, and starts to look like street lights.
 

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i think the 4300k bulb is the way to go cause the higher in temperature you go, the more of a color difference you will have. The last thing you want is to be pulled over for purple or blue lights, so the aqua caps are obsolete for me. If im not mistaken, the d2r bulb is the type that we need cause it is made for reflector type housings. Someone on this forum posted pics of a 6000k kit in his accord before SHO was getting revamped and i saved them on my laptop. I posted the pics on AV6 and a lot of people loved the color of the bulbs but were dissapointed by the light output on the ground. If anyone recognizes the pics, speak up . I'll post them as soon as I get home tonight
 

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Blah blah blah

Does it really matte if its 4300k or 6000k?
Its just color!

Well if you guys are like me, kinda blind at night then you will be better off getting the 4300k, cause it produces more light :)

Any ways, for $200-$300 for a Philips HID kit I will be in no matter if its 4300k, 6000k, or even 7000k

Later
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couple of questions

1. wit da 4300k wha color does it output...and do they look like real xenons?

2. wit da 6000k, is da power of da output really dat weak compared to da 4300k and wha color does da 6000k output? i need to see pics
 

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The d2s will give off too much light that you will be blinding people if I'm not mistaken. The D2r bulbs are for reflector housings(TL) and the D2s are for projectors(audi). :cool:
 
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