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blue light is bad for night vision (archive)

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Posted by RobS. on July 01, 2001 at 12:59:23:

In Reply to: Xenon Lights posted by Byron on July 01, 2001 at 12:18:37:

use the yellow-tinged halogens (which actually take much more power) for true night-driving spectacularity, motion-sensitivity, and focus. On top of which blue-tinged xenons g/flare back at you in fog and rain.


Is the xenon light upgrade worth it? Will the stock wiring handle more power? Does anyone have this on their car? Can you see better? Was it expensive? Can I ask any more questions? Is my question mark button going to break?

76 02 inka (?)

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