PIAA H4 Super Plasma GT-X Bulb

PIAA H4 Super Plasma GT-X Bulb
PIAA H4 Super Plasma GT-X Bulb

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Very nice upgrade from stock bulb

I wanted a brighter, whiter light than stock without getting the HID and found this bulb to be plenty bright enough and there is a slight tint of purple on low beams but it isn't extremely noticeable. Very happy with purchase, installation was quick, didn't have to unscrew a thing on my yamaha yzf600r.

Brownwood, Tx

This bulb is much brighter than the stock bulb on my 06 Heritage Classic. I have read reviews on this bulb that it didn't last long, but the Super Plasma GTX worked for well over 40,000 miles over about 4 years. The only reason I didn't buy it again was because Motosport had the Extreme white plus bulb for about half the price of the Super Plasma.

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Q: Do you have also a PIAA H7 Super Plasma GT-X Bulb?
Over 7 years ago
I need a 2-prong base bulb for my honda VFR 800
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: No, I don't see that PIAA has an H7 in the Super Plasma.
Location: Burlington,VT
Q: How many are in a package?
Over 8 years ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago
A: The Super Plasma comes one to a package.
Q: What color is the light , blue/white or just white?
Over 9 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 9 years ago
A: This bulb will emit a white light with what will look like a tint of blue. This bulb emits 3500/5000 kelvin which is a measurement of color temperature (not heat temp). The higher the kelvin the closer the bulb is to natural light.
Over 4 years ago Location: TN
A: In my case I didn't notice much blue or purple tint, mostly just white. If you look straight into your headlight with low beams on you can see a shade of purple but I can't see any on the road.
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