mine put out yellowish light, great for low visibility (rain, snow, fog...) and they have a very wide beam so they light up the ditches, which is an area that the normal headlights don't reach very much
i probably gettin the PIAA 2100xt which has that multi deflector crap not sure if it should be the fogs or the driving lights friend said to get fogs cause they brighter and better. if you dont know the product im talkin about go to piaas site and then lamps then scroll down till u see the 2100xt xtreme.
well they are pretty crazy in the price range even in ebay. im not really lookin for somethin extravagant i just need sometin that would improve my vision at night nd thro fog and such. PIAA is a good company but if you have any place that would sell catz lower than 160 then go right ahead nd say.
i had fogs that had parking lights in them and i've had some normal ones but now i got a projector style driving light that i aim slightly off to put more light on the sides they light up a bit amber like the fogs on the scepters. they work great imo:thumbup: i had another set but i used one of them for my custom flashlight i mounted in the car:lol:
I had a pair of Pilot, bug-eyes, projector style, fog lights.
The beam was amber, and to be completely honest, they WERE NOT much brighter than stock lighting.
Of course I didn't realize the beam was supposed to be wide and low, because they really were. On woodsy backroads, you can see the trees above you and the street directly in front of you (below the headlight beam) over the factory headlights. Aimed anywhere else, they're pretty much useless for visibility aid.
So I pretty much just used them as dawn/dusk lights, DRL's, and in rain/snow/foggy conditions where it helps you be seen.