looks better....but theyre yellow:thumbdown
did you mean replaced your stock low beams to 9005 (high beam) bulbs? i would think there must've been heavy modification of the fog lamps to fit the larger 9005 bulbs not to mention the risk of the fog lamp wiring harness melting :lol: i'm waiting for my sylverstar 9006 low beams to die so i can get some sylverstar 9005 fitted in place of themDaffunda said:While back I installed some aftermarket fog lights on my gen5. I have upgraded the stock fog lights on my gen5 to 9005 bulbs,
dead on. In addition, human eyes are most sensitive to yellow and green.JohnCWms27 said:I believe its the opposite if I remember what I studied for my physics exam last month...The yellow light rays are longer, therefore they are less likely to bounce off of fog and rain particles. Red light rays are longest, making them the best choice for visibility purposes, but of course everyone would think that would look ugly - plus they wouldnt be street legal. So they use yellow instead.
Yellow is JDM yo!!! And Lex use yellow.big_p31 said:looks better....but theyre yellow:thumbdown
I realize this is an old thread, but no, actually, Silver Streak had it right. Snow flakes and the water drops of which fog is composed are generally much much larger than any wavelength of visible light. Visible light scatters from such large-sized particles almost independently of wavelength. (There's a slight variation, but nothing particularly systematic from one end of the visible spectrum to the other.) The analogy with sunlight and atmospheric molecules (which are extremely small compared to visible wavelengths) just doesn't work.SKYravefever said:dead on. In addition, human eyes are most sensitive to yellow and green.