This is a discussion on Electrical tape on headlights within the General forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; Originally Posted by CaTacL1sm Hey, yellow lenses aren't always hipster bait... It's called Selective yellow: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Selective_yellow the basic concept is that in low light low ...
the basic concept is that in low light low visibility situations visibility is improved by removing the short blue light wavelength from the spectrum by tinting the lens yellow. Simply put Blue light contributes to glare, removing the glare removes some of the visual density of fog.
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Lol, it's like calling a Chevette a Chevelle. Fedora's are worn by men and Trilby's are worn by ass hats that live in their parents basements until they are 40. No offense intended to anyone still living in their parents basement lol
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Have installed vinyl on my headlight, no hipster or cool purpose, just to be seen different in the opposite lane while driving on the motorway...
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I'm curious whether or not the lamin-x yellow falls into that spectrum of yellow... my reasoning for having the yellow film on the headlight is two-fold: first being that it serves as a bit of protection for the headlight (after having one broken by a kicked up rock) and second, it's far and away more visible/stands out more to other drivers vs the regular headlight.