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I don't know where this thread would go exactly so ill just put it right here feel free to move if necessary


6 L.E.D. T10 Wedge LED Light - Automotive LED Lights - LEDLight
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Cutequeen LED Car Lights Bulb Green T10 5050 5-SMD 194 168 (pack of 4) : Amazon.com : Automotive Cutequeen LED Car Lights Bulb Green T10 5050 5-SMD 194 168 (pack of 4) : Amazon.com : Automotive
the first one is:

194 Wedge 6 LED Light. 6 LEDs. Durable, shock and vibration proof, instant On/Off. Monochromatic (pure) color, low heat generation, virtually unbreakable. Available in super white, red, yellow, green and blue. 12 VDC. 1" length and 4/10" diameter. Uses 40 mA @ 13.8 VDC = .552 Watts. Replaces 194 T10 T-10 147 152 158 159 161 168 184 192 193 194 #194 259 280 285 447 464 555 558 585 655 656 657 1250 1251 1252 2450 2652 2921 2825 12256 12961 2521 2525 W5W.
whatever that means

and the 2nd one is:

Ultra Bright 5SMD-5CHIP 5050 Technology LED
Produces a crisp 6000K Cool Green light
 

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6000K is a bluish color, sadly green is not on the Kelvin scale.
SuperBrighLEDS.com shows the brightness level of all of their bulbs.
 

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What are you going to use it for? LEDs have very poor color rendering, so it's better to get the led to match the color of the lens.
 

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6000K is a bluish color, sadly green is not on the Kelvin scale.
SuperBrighLEDS.com shows the brightness level of all of their bulbs.
6000K is awfully close to daylight white in the 5500-5700 range. There's not gonna be much color to that at all.

No idea which is going to actually be brightest, but I'd generally prefer my lights in the 5000-6000K range for color.
 
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