Well since I bash everyone for running HID retro kits and putting out a bunch of light scatter (hah!), I've been experimenting with a couple halogen bulbs.
I bought silverstar heads and fogs (ran them in my ranger for a long time), and they work pretty well, nice white light (no blue or yellow). Great when it's dry, awsome in the snow, but not so good on wet roads. It seems like the white light reflects AWAY from me more over the wet road.
Well I liked Shane's setup (color wise anyway) when he had 6000k heads and 3000k fogs, just didn't like the light pattern. Not knocking anyone's setup it's just a personal preference about HIDs in halogen assemblies. I had heard of people buying "Nokya" 2500k halogen bulbs on ebay and loving them so I order a set for the fogs.
I've always hated yellow fogs, thought they looked stupid, but I have to say that I love them so far!
The contrast is great! Some things show up better with white light, some shows better with yellow. It looks great if it is wet or dry!
I had been obsession for a while (since the leveling kit) to get all of my lights aimed properly. The yellow fogs fit slightly different so I had to adjust a bit.
I also modified the fog light relay so the fogs stay on with hi-beams.
On to the pictures. Some of them I messed with color slightly as they were brighter/darker than their comparisons (the fogs are really yellow, the third picture shows the best). Some are crappy and blurry but you get the idea.
Nokya fogs only.
Nokya fogs, silverstar low beams.
Nokya fogs, silverstar high beams.
Fogs only. Silverstar left, Nokya right. Hard to tell much.
Fogs only. Silverstar left, standard light right. Hard to tell much.
More coming, stand by...