I would think so. Especially because of the difference in color from the headlights themselves. I know my head lamps and fogs are the same color now and I can barely tell that they are on. I know those yellow ones are pretty bright! lol havent had too much experience with the yellows. I just know that they're bright as hell when they're beaming in my rearview mirror. haha Post pics and links if you don't mind!Ok, if I'm able to change it ahead of you, I will surely post the pics. I'm planning to use HID (H11) with a color temperature of 3000-3500K (yellow) so that it will give better visibility on rainy days/wet roads... Do you think it will be significantly brighter than the stock bulbs?
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Hey guys. A little late to say anything here but better late than never!Hi. Does the H11 HID kit fit on the small fog light of the 2013 Chrysler 300c? How about LEDs? Which will be better? If either the HID or LED can be used to replace the 2013 300C’s stock bulb, can you tell me where can I get a good one?
Unfortunately I do not own a "C". I have a 2012 300 "Limited" w/ AWD. So in that case, no my headlights aren't adaptive :disappoin
No, I haven't changed my fogs over to LED... My fogs are currently stock halogen. I do, however, have plans to change the fogs over to HID someday. The only bulbs I've changed to LED are the front turn signals, reverse lights, and license plate lights: http://www.300cforums.com/forums/2nd-generation-chrysler-300-discussion/113273-2nd-gen-300-exterior-led-light-thread.html@ pdyebrasil, thanks so much for the information... So, you change your stock fog light bulbs to LED? Can you post a picture of your 300c with the LED bulb? Also, can you give a good brand of HID (H11) for the 300C?
I would venture to say that if your fog lights are properly aimed you shouldn't have any issues blinding other people and getting flashed. From your picture it looks like both your fog lights are aimed to different heights. They both look a tad high from what I can tell, although one is aimed higher than the other. I love that our cars have projector fogs. If they were reflectors, then it would be probable that HIDs would blind everyone, no matter how they were aimed...The difference between halogen/LED and HID is very dramatic so if you do decide to go this route over the LED's be prepared to get flashed frequently.
I've attached a link to my post so you get an idea of light color and output.