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bluish/purplish H4 bulbs

rather than searching, I decided to ask the experienced ones which H4 bulbs they prefer

so what do you guys prefer??

piaa? raybrig? nokya?

of the name brands out there, which bulb & make has the bluish/purplish brightest bulbs out there??


anyone know about Dome Lights? I looked in the "DIY" and it was kinda vague

what type bulbs do they use? I want them mad *** bright

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anyone of those are good buddy as long as they cost around 40 dollars than u will get the light u want, trust me ive been through lots of these bulbs b4
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actually I have the PIAA super plasma bulbs right now, I've put them on and I'm content

but are there any bulbs out there that give a MORE bluish/purple look?



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I've got Sylvania Cool Blues... Next to my friend's PIAA Xtremes they look a touch whiter, so they may not be what you're looking for. However, they are very bright, good beam pattern, and I picked up em up for $15 a piece at Advance Auto Parts.
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ah I see, yeah I have sylvania cool blue fog lights H11, they came with the car
they're pretty bright, but comparing to the PIAA super plasma, they're no match
but again, I have 2 different colored bulbs
since H11 bulbs arent being made anywhere (3rd party)
it kinda sucks

is raybrig or nokya more bluish/purplish than the ones I have?

the super plasma
have a 5000k color temp (lowbeam)
3200k color temp (highbeam)
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nokyas are the most blue tinted ones i've seen, so far. I got a pair for 24 shipped off ebay.
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Hiper Super Plazma-They're bright white with either a blue or purple tint...$ 35
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i bought mine from some kid in japan so i cant tell u what company but they are blue as hell
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