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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
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Your Ride: 98 328i
wonder how it would look if he painted his calipurs amber
__________________ When I was a kid, we had the Atari 2600 with games like Space Invaders and Asteroids! There were no multiple levels or screens, it was just one screen forever! And you could never win. The game just kept getting harder and harder and faster and faster until you died! .... Just like LIFE!
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It's a looks thing. First, there is a misconception that fog lights are for you to see better. In fact, the opposite is true- it's for others to see you better. Regarding yellow/amber or clear/white, the fact that yellow is a bold color does not make clear stand out any less in the fog; it's a tricky perception. Here's a quote from autoanything.com:
There is a debate raging in the automotive lighting industry about which light color is the most effective for fog lights: yellow or white. "Yellowists" argue that yellow light waves are longer than white light waves, making them less likely to reflect off the water droplets in the fog. However, most experts agree that there is no measurable advantage to using yellow light. As it turns out, the fog particles are dense enough to reflect both white and yellow wave lengths equally. This fact has been known since 1938, after J.H. Nelson published the seminal article, "Optics in Headlights." Long story short, both colored lights work well, so choose the one you think looks best.