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Nite Lux LEDs from College Hills

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Nite Lux LEDs from College Hills

This looks interesting, although a bit pricey. LED lightbulbs.

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Check out these! reasonable cost I think. Output is great!

https://www.fitfreak.net/forums/3rd-...ml#post1300729

Sirius LED - 6400 Lumen Cree LED Light


The fogs are here:

Sirius LED - 80W LED Fog Light


Just know that the DRL fuse# 25 will need to be pulled. The High beam LED will flicker due to the PWM output. I'm working on a mod now that will correct for this.
 
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180 bucks? bit too much.
 
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180 bucks? bit too much.
But you get two lightbulbs!!!
 
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id rather spend that money on proper hid bulbs for my retrofit. and even that, the high beam and low beam looks the same to me from those pictures. except the lowbeam has more noticeable glare.
 
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Originally Posted by xxryu139xx View Post
id rather spend that money on proper hid bulbs for my retrofit. and even that, the high beam and low beam looks the same to me from those pictures. except the lowbeam has more noticeable glare.
Im noticing it too. It was real foggy too so it may be from that. Ill try it over the next few days and report back. HID ove only heard issues with them with the GK. Waiting for another resident smart person to debug a good HID kit. Plus the fact you need to install the projectors in the stock lenses. Thats a pain and a lot of work
 
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i thought it was alot of work too. it really wasnt that bad. just go simple. i installed halos and i just noticed that a couple of the leds are out. so i need to replace/remove them one of these days. in the end, u won't be disappointed with the output. the difference is quite noticeable compared to these HID/LED bulbs.
 
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Originally Posted by xxryu139xx View Post
i thought it was alot of work too. it really wasnt that bad. just go simple. i installed halos and i just noticed that a couple of the leds are out. so i need to replace/remove them one of these days. in the end, u won't be disappointed with the output. the difference is quite noticeable compared to these HID/LED bulbs.

I'll see how it goes. Those headlight assemblies are over $280 bucks a pop, to install projectors in there takes some skill and a lot of balls to risk not permanently damaging them. The other part I'd be worried about is making sure its weather proof after re-assembly. So far I'm liking the Sirius LEDs.
 
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u can get aftermarket headlight assemblies for less than $100/pair at rockauto.com =p
 
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Originally Posted by xxryu139xx View Post
u can get aftermarket headlight assemblies for less than $100/pair at rockauto.com =p

Sadly they are out of stock at the moment.

In other news, just dropped some coin on Super Bright LEDs for all the exterior lights front and rear. Switchback White/Amber in the front, and LED Red Turn and White reverse. In addition I still have the White Amber Oznium switchback LED strip to install, and the DRL mod circuit I'm working on so it works properly with LED. (or HID if I decide to go that way)....Basically there will be no incandecent lights on the vehicle anymore.
 
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