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Old 02-24-2014, 08:51 PM   #1
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LED headlights

I have been looking at H13 led light kits.

Oracle makes them as well a few other companies.

Found this Mustang 2005-2009 LED Headlight Kit --- Installation and test - YouTube

And this ORACLE H13 LED Headlight Replacement Bulbs - ORACLE LED Headlight - Fog & DRL Bulbs - ORACLE Automotive Lighting Products

Anyone have experience or input?
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Let me bump this, I am a bit surprised none of us have any experience with this!
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Ive seen that video before...and it was just as boring this time as it was before. Unless you are gonna uhhh shade? Smoke? your headlights, you shouldnt need hids. If your eyes are bad maybe you could go to an eye doctor and get a presciption. Seeing as I wanted darker headlights, I found that video useless cause I dont believe his headlights are smoked.
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I don't believe ppl change from incandescent to HID for just brightness. Halogen bulbs are just plain ugly
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I don't believe ppl change from incandescent to HID for just brightness. Halogen bulbs are just plain ugly

I agree. The hid bulbs have a much higher luminosity than brown halogens.
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I agree. The hid bulbs have a much higher luminosity than brown halogens.

Wish I could help, they look like a good solution, plus u maintain the hi/lo beam feature
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Sooo you want hids to make your lights look better? You want to change the color?
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Sooo you want hids to make your lights look better? You want to change the color?
Look better? No I want HID lighting for better illumination of the road ahead. The allure of LED is merely an emerging technology issue.

I absolutely HATE the purple and blue lights, no color beyond 4000-5000k should be effective on the roads.
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Ohhh led lights. Well, 2 year warranty, last 40,000 hours, company in america. Wouldnt hurt to try and I guess be the first to review. Hope they don't blind people or turn yellow over time.
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I love the 6000k xenon white color.
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