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2012 V6 Fog Bulbs: Help Choosing

Hello all,

I'll try to make this quick, I'm looking for a set of blue bulbs to go in my 2012 V6. Mainly for aesthetic reasons, blue is my favorite color! But I have a couple questions:

- Do any of you have recommendations on good companies?
- The factory bulbs are halogens, not HID's correct?
- And lastly I could use some help finding a good set of deep blue H11 bulbs!

Thank you for reading!
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Hello all,

I'll try to make this quick, I'm looking for a set of blue bulbs to go in my 2012 V6. Mainly for aesthetic reasons, blue is my favorite color! But I have a couple questions:

- Do any of you have recommendations on good companies?
- The factory bulbs are halogens, not HID's correct?
- And lastly I could use some help finding a good set of deep blue H11 bulbs!

Thank you for reading!
I would say look for a quality 35W HID kit

Maybe this? Deep Blue Yellow H11 10000k HID Light Conversion Kit

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Yea... thats it
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I would say look for a quality 35W HID kit

Maybe this? Deep Blue Yellow H11 10000k HID Light Conversion Kit
I think I found a kit on Amazon (I have a bunch of old gift cards) is this usable? XENTEC 9006 10000K HID Slim Ballast HID Xenon Kit (HB4, Brillant Blue) offroad : Amazon.com : Automotive

The reviews on that one are a little disheartening, but I found this kit that uses the same Xenon HID bulbs Amazon.com: HID LIGHT KIT H11 10000K Xenon High Intensity Discharge Conversion Kit: Camera & Photo
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Assume you know you can't run blue on the street right?

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