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I have a couple of questions regarding the color filters on these lights: 1) Can the filters be reinstalled after they are removed, or are they one-time use only? If one-time use only, are spare filters available for purchase? 2) I want to try to match the color output of my 5000k rated HID low beam bulbs, but I see that the closest available color filters included with the kit are rated 4300K and 6000K. If I run the lights with no filters, will I get close to 5000k color?
1. If you can put the removed filtering film on glossy surface such as plastic case, etc... to store, you should be able to re-use it.
However, keep in mind that stickiness of film may get weaker ove time as dust, dirt may land on it.
2. HID and LED lights have different lighting technolgies with different lighting color tones. With that being said, 5000K HID is not same as 5000K LED lights. Therefore, you can only get closer match between LED and HID.
What does it mean it comes with 2 more filters? 6500K and 8000K? i am looking for fog light to match my recently purchased white vision 5000K gen2 LED look, and wondered if these will work, but i do not want the 3000K. i see it says you've tried on a few german cars, will it not cause an error for a Mercedes? SL55?
Sorry for any confusion.
The LED kit comes with 4 additional filtering films to change colors from 3000K, 4000K, 5000K, 6000K, and 8000K.
If you want to change from 3000K to 6000K (let's say), you can simply peel off the 3000K yellow film off of the glass tube and apply 6000K film.
Will these fit in my 2001 M3 fog light housings?
9006 (HB4) is the correct size for the 2001 BMW M3. One thing that you may want to check is the backside of the bulb. LED bulb has a cooling fan behind that is about 1 1/2 inches long. You want to make sure that you have some space behind.
Fit in 2006 toyota solara sle cupe
No, you need H11 bulbs.
Here's the link.