HID light color

If you dont know which color to choose for your HID conversion kit, the bulb color output is determined by the temperature. The lower the temperature at about 4300k is the whitest and brightest, as you increase the temperature the color scales as well and become less efficient and bright up to 12000k color.

Using 6000k color you will  have a slight blue light with a tint of white, when using  8000k a deeper blue color, with 10000k a tint of blue/purple, the 12000k starts to turn purple. Vanix.net recommends anything between 4300k-8000k to look the best and be extremely bright. 
Also what provides the most brightness is the 55w ballast which will provide you 30-40% more light than using the standard 35w ballast. Dont worry it wont melt or damage your headlights, since your standard halogen bulbs are much hotter than the hid bulbs.

HID color

4300K OEM White 
4300K OEM white color has an approximately 3200lm output, which is more than 3x the light output of the traditional halogen light bulbs and is the color temperature with the most light output. The light appears fairly white, and has light yellowish hue when reflected off the road identical to the OEM HID equipped vehicles. This color is ideal for customers who does a lot of off road and night driving and need the best visibility.

6000K Diamond White 
6000K has an approximately 2800lm output, which is 3x the light output of the traditional halogen light bulbs. Although it has a bit lesser light output, it emits pure white light with slight  tint of blue.

8000K Nordic Blue 
8000K has an approximately 2550lm output, which is about 3x the light output of the traditional halogen light and slightly less light output compared to the 6000K. While it has a bit lesser light output, it emits a more blue lighting than the 6000K

10000K Brilliant Blue
10000K has an approximately 2200lm output, which is more than 2x the light output of the traditional halogen light. 10000K produces a deep blue light output approaching violet and the blue is noticeably deeper than the 8000K.

12000K Extra Violet/Purple
12000K has an approximately 2100lm output, which is more than 2x the light output of the traditional halogen light. This color temperature puts out a deep bluish violet light and is deeper colored than the 10000K. It is used mostly in car shows, you wont be able to see good at night using this color, we dont recommend using it for daily driving.

HID color