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Discussion in 'Car Pictures' started by rayyan345, Aug 11, 2006.
The highest ks of HID that i'm aware of so far is 12000K. Blue, purplrish color
hmm i wonder which car has 12000k.any pics of it?..also i heard that it come it blue, purple and yellowish white
12000K is damn near violet.
As Bugatti4evr said, it represents the color temperature, not he light output (lumens). Anything over ~5500K is bad.
This is from some random site I found on Google, but can be confirmed by virtually anyone that knows what they're talking about:
* Kelvin is a measure of colour temperature and NOT the actual lighting power or output
* It is generally accepted that the best Kelvin rating for optimal human night vision is between 3800 and 5500 K
* All our 35 W HID kits run at 4100 K , and our 50W Racing kits are available at 4000 TO 5500 K
* Anything over 5750 K and human vision and depth perception is significantly reduced
* Anything over 6000 K and the actual lighting output/power reduces exponentially
* Many companies claim to offer 8000- 12000 K Bulbs ...if this were true the headlight would shine DARK BLUE TO EVEN DARKER PURPLE !!
Oh, you sure as shit can. But using how much electricity/generating how much heat? Sodium-Quartz arc bulbs will produce a metric shitload of light, but they take like one billion watts to run and get hotter than the surface of the sun.
hotter than the surface of the sun?wouldn t burn the car?
here is the test for you....if the light emitted on the ground is blue or in the spectrum of blue...you have a junky ass civic or other retarded junkbox with aftermarket bulbs.
not exactly a car but nice
Xenon, not neon.
i know it has them but just cant see them in that small pic. its still a sweet truck though