Thanks for answering my questions! I will be doing this mod for sure...just don't know when, $, lol
Ok so probably the best way to go is to achieve a slight hint of blue is the 6000k 55 lows and 35 fogs and the difference will be hardly noticeable. thanks thats good to know.Since the 55w is much brighter, it does very slightly wash out the colour of a bulb. I'm of the opinion that you won't get a closer match by using a higher colour lowbeam if you have a 55w low and 35w fog, for instance matching a 10K 55w lowbeam to get it to go with an 8K 35w fog wouldn't match better than getting both sets 8000K. I doubt you'll even notice the difference to be honest. As for 5000K, there isn't any colour to wash out, so it just gets brighter, so definitely no issues there.
The 6000K have a slight touch of blue, not a lot, I don't think it would look ricey.
Just so everyone is aware, if you order a colour and aren't happy with it, I will offer a free bulb exchange within the first 15 days. You just have to pay the shipping both ways, which is usually ~$15.
yeah too much heat for the fog housings to run 55wSo it is recomended to use 35w hid's for the fogs? Because it will burn the housing?
and do we need the accessory harness for just the 55w?
if we get fogs as well should we get another accessory harness?
yeah thats the only discourging thing that you have to cut the dust caps... kinda sucks if you ever wanted to go back to original. I wonder if you could get some from GM or something...The kit is completely plug and play, with one caveat. You need to drill about a one inch hole in the back your dust cap on the headlight, this is where the wires for the bulb/power go through. The kit has a rubber grommet that will seal that hole nicely however.
As for the colour, unless you're going with a 3000K in the fogs, I say match them with the headlights.