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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 10-30-2013, 08:05 AM Thread Starter
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Will you install LED headlight instead of HID xenon headlight ?

Recently ,the led headlight for auto is becoming very hot.

Do you think the led headlight will replace the HID xenon headlight ?

What you will choose ? LED headlight Or HID xenon kit

LED Headlight features as below:
1:High power, High brightness,strong pentrating power.Save energy 60% than HID
2esigned to last 80,000 hours!
3:No warm up time!
4:No relays to run, get a true plug and play high / low setup.
5:Ballasts are solid aluminum with a built in fan.
6:Low voltage protection, high precision constant current driver chip.
7:True Plug-N-Play Conversion Kit.
8:Safe for headlight and fog light, won't melt the housing and runs cooler than stock Halogen bulbs & HID bulbs.
9:1800-3000 LM light output
10:Fits into existing headlights or fog lights, no modification or retrofitting required.
11:Bulb lifespan of 5 to 10 years.
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Lots of people make changing out the headlights one of their top priorities after buying a new car. I don'y mind the regular headlights myself. Sometimes I find the LED ones too bright for the other people on the road.

I would be looking at new rims before anything else.
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Looks to be a China telephone country code. Not sure how well these LED headlights would equate to Silverstar or better halogens. Plus don't see an H1 equivalent anyway.
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Looks to be a China telephone country code.
Spam for sure.
I think I reported it before.
Just did again to be sure.
Is nobody "minding the store" ??
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its spam advertising.

but it does bring a good discussion.

and that is led vs xenon.

the biggest problem with LED right now is that the lighting is directional. All of the bulbs that post shows is a single LED emitter that usually faces down or up

Doesn't exactly work well with the reflectors.
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I've come accross a few Jeeps with aftermarket LED headlights. What I've noticed though, they have to have a different housing to work propperly. the entire housing was the bulb and the LED faced toward the reflector and projected forward. here's a pic. the LEDs are on the back of the black bar.



I've seen LED's in a normal housing and it was no brighter than a normal halogen bulb. not sure if these are any different though.
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one thing is for sure. the only led lights I"ve seen that were brighter than Xenon are ones with multiple LEDs. A single emitter and projector cannot compete with a single xenon

It usually takes 3 or more LEDs to match the output.
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I just changed my License Plate Bulbs with LED. They are definitely Whiter. And I didn't take the trunk lid apart like the guy on U-Tube. I have a set of OTC Trim Panel tools. Plastic ones. Worked great.

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I wouldn't make the change to LED headlights. I think that the LEDs are often too bright, and aI think that the stock ones work fine. I actually think that the LEDs can be blinding to other drivers sometimes.
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