It has a lot to do with the quality of the kit you have. I cheaper ballast will struggle to put out the correct, stable power needed. A 6k HID bulb will look very blue in one kit, but take that same bulb and it would look pure light in another. I've had really good luck in the Ram oem projectors with top notch aftermarket HID kits. You are definitely the 1st one I've heard since 2013 that has said this about adding a HID kit to the Ram's projectors.Hi, not sure on the brand of the HID kit I had installed on my rebel, however, is the same I had on my grand caravan and I have to say that the difference is night and day! The output on the grand caravan was incredible lighting up the road. Turning night into day, cutting through fog and so on. I expected the same on the rebel instead, I got cool looking 6k lights that do not do much but look nice. In fact just added a light bar to help with the lack of lighting I now have. I was told the rams lense is absorbing most of the light. I put that to the test and it was true.
I've been part of a very long thread on a differenet Ram forum about the Opt7 Fluxbeam LED lights (and all LED headlights actaully). Though they look really bright when staring at them from the front, they do not throw much light down the road. Most say they are worse than the oem halogens for usable light at night. Guys who had bought them are taking them off and replacing them with HIDs. Just a FYI.I went with the LED Kit that Amazon has listed and I love it. Since I just joined this forum and this is my first post, it won't let me post the link. But it's the OPT7 LED Headlight Bulb Kit for the low beams. Says it's a 9005 60W 6K Cool White. Hopefully I'll be able to post links soon :/. Completely plug and play and virtually matches the fog lights... Just another option for you