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    LED headlight bulbs

    Anyone running these? They've come a long way in the past few years, thinking about them for the Sedan. Trying to avoid junk with bad light output.


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    Get the HIR's; they're about as good as you can get using standard light housings. The light output is impressive.

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    Hey! I was just looking for this info so I can hook up the other car. Thanks!
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    X3 for HIRs. The amount of work is nill compared to the headache of LEDs or true retrofit. With 90% of the HID projector output and no work.
    It's not my fault, blame the radiation.

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    Just ordered a set for low/high beams for the Splaturn

    Now to also use that micro-abrasive pad to de-cloud the lenses.
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    Nice, thanks for the info.

    LED shouldn’t need any mods to go into the stock housing or at least not any more than what has to be done to make the HIR’s fit. Turn signals would need resistors, but that should be it.


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