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Old 03-19-2014, 09:37 AM
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:42 AM
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Here is a photo comparison of the new High-Powered LED Headlight bulbs VS factory halogen bulbs.

These have high output CREE LED Chips (dual 14W emitters) and specialty LED optics to help optimize the LED light output.

Here is a test showing: (1) factory lights then with (2) one LED and one factory bulb then (3) Both LED Lights.



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Here is a photo of the bulb when it is installed. It has a built-in cooling fan to help the LED reach its very long lift expectancy

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What about condensation issues?
And are you sure that they're not shining into oncoming drivers? If you look at the lights on the garage doors (I am referring to the picture on your website), the LEDs are a panel higher than the halogens... and much brighter on that top panel as well.
I'd love to beta test these for you, but I can't afford the $150US for the privilege.
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What about condensation issues?
And are you sure that they're not shining into oncoming drivers? If you look at the lights on the garage doors (I am referring to the picture on your website), the LEDs are a panel higher than the halogens... and much brighter on that top panel as well.
I'd love to beta test these for you, but I can't afford the $150US for the privilege.
Why would there be condensation issues? The fan is not opening the headlight to the elements it is simply blowing air over the heat sink for the LEDs. As with ANY time you change your headlight bulbs it is a good idea to re-level the lights using the factory adjuster knobs. You can find more information on this procedure in your owners manual.
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Hmm, thinking about it as I am interested in the LED technology. I have not read up on the headlight replacment. Do you have to remove the entire grill and light assemblies to "replace" a bulb or is it as simple as reaching behind the unit and removing one/installing the other? Also, is there a money back policy if these do not perform as advertised?
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I may be willing, currently running 4k Piaas. How much for the pair and shipping to Canada?
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Why would there be condensation issues? The fan is not opening the headlight to the elements it is simply blowing air over the heat sink for the LEDs. As with ANY time you change your headlight bulbs it is a good idea to re-level the lights using the factory adjuster knobs. You can find more information on this procedure in your owners manual.
Ok, it is hard to tell, but from the pics, it looks like there is vents... So I wasn't sure if the rear was open to the insides.
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Hmm, thinking about it as I am interested in the LED technology. I have not read up on the headlight replacement. Do you have to remove the entire grill and light assemblies to "replace" a bulb or is it as simple as reaching behind the unit and removing one/installing the other? Also, is there a money back policy if these do not perform as advertised?
You would change the bulbs by simply opening the hood, no need to remove anything else.

Yes, these are guaranteed to work as advertised.

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I may be willing, currently running 4k Piaas. How much for the pair and shipping to Canada?
Check out the link in post #1, use the coupon code and you will get shipping options through UPS and USPS at checkout.

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Ok, it is hard to tell, but from the pics, it looks like there is vents... So I wasn't sure if the rear was open to the insides.
Ok, I see how it could look that way on the photo showing the back of the light. If you look at the first picture of the bulb you will see a red o-ring gasket. That is where the bulb seals to the housing. The fins behind that are the LED heat sink.
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You would change the bulbs by simply opening the hood, no need to remove anything else.

are the 2014's different? I had to remove the whole light assembly. To change my bulbs. Also are these plug and play with the wiring harness?

Check out the link in post #1, use the coupon code and you will get shipping options through UPS and USPS at checkout.

so the price is for the pair ?
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