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when say Ultra White and Hyperwhite whats the difference you are referring to? :eek:

i am going to assume you are referring to something like these:

"Ultra White" (Xenon Filled, bright white light)
http://www.narva.com.au/Globes_21.html

"Hyper White" (White light with blue shade)
http://www.narva.com.au/Globes_22.html

it will pretty much come down to personal preference when you are deciding.

personally i would go with the Ultra White bulbs in any case ;)

so happens im going to buy a set of them for my car today :)
 

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i have xenon lights in my 96 camry, but they are xenon filled with a blue tint... i gotta tell you, it really helps when looking at road signs.... and i'm sure it will be good on the snow.
 

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are you sure? ive found white white light to work better on fog than yellowish fog lights, but those were high powered fog lights on a mercedes.
 

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Yellow works the best in actual fog.

Blue light is crappy for long distance driving, it tires your eyes quicker. It doesn't light signs better than white HID light. The blue just doesn't light everything around the sigh as brightly as the white, thereforce it just stands out more than a white HID.
 

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yellow will kick those hyperwhite or ultra white's butts.:lol: And remember this, those hid wanna be will never better than your stock halogen. It looks brighter when you're look at it, but the lumens output is less than stock halogen.
 
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