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Old 04-05-2008
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HID, Standard Reflectors Rain/Fog/Snow

Ok this question is for people who already have HIDs in there standard reflectors, Have you experienced any visual probelms in fog/rain/snow.

What I mean is, Does it look like you have your high beams on in the fog. Everyone knows highbeams and fog dont mix and i am wondering if because the projectors have a cutoff to reduce glare, Does it affect it in the weather.
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I don't know about the projectors, but I have never had a problem seeing in front of me in the snow/rain/fog... I see way better than when I had the halogens that for sure.

I hate projectors... You may already know that lol
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