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Old 03-02-2009, 12:47 PM   #1
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whiter bulbs for dlr

when i got my car I changed the dlr to a whiter bulb (6k) but recently started to notice that its still very yellowish actually very close to the stock...

i recall some of you making mention of some whiter ones on here... anybody care to share some brand and experiences... i'm not looking for a blinding hid look... just a cleaner white...
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get bulbs that are tinted blue, they will produce a white light
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