Discussion in 'Sparky's corner' started by knucklebusted, May 5, 2018.
Kind of hard to get a pic but here is what I could get.
That will work nicely. Thank you for being willing to post the photos.
Doing the same this week just with the H4 headlight. Have the H4 wire harness as well. All the parts just came in today....Yes today via Fedex....
Very easy installation, no mod what so ever. Light out put is 10x brighter then stock.
Wow.... I'm loving this. The benefits of living down south, all year round driven, so this upgrade was needed. After adjusting the aim the wife and i went for a ride. This is the best time of the year for driven with the top down. Thanks Ops for this helpful thread...
I'm glad I could Guinea pig it for you guys and post some successful outcomes. Quite impressive, isn't it?
It is, very impressive, and it uses less energy to boot, Win-Win. Looks like the headlight housings are currently not available from Amazon?
How about this,
Larry, those are the same only with LED bulbs.
I bought these.
And the headlight wire harness.
Aren't the LED lights brighter than the Halogens?
That's what they say....But have yet to see a difference. Don't see them making a difference in a conventional headlight housing. The newer vehicle are designed for LED.
What did Greg use? LED or Halogen? Don't the Halogen create more heat and use more energy necessitating the relay harness?
These are what Im using for my Outside low/high beams..
These are a Real Ecode.
Cost a couple more bucks. than the ones Manny posted.. Ill probable pick up a set for the inner high beams..
Halo do create more heat... But. LEDs emit a white light that sucks in comparison to the Holo use of a yellow tinted beam that the human eye is more comfortable with.
Greg did use LED and had to use a wire harness for the high beam side. I like the idea of the new wire harness so not to tax the old oem headlight harness.
Here is more info on lighting..https://www.danielsternlighting.com.
Would like to see a picture like Greg posted on page3.
I'll see what i can do tonight for you Larry. Need to find a dark wall around here like Greg did.
Keep in mind that which ever direction you go, be it Halogens of LED's, it will be a big improvement over stock.
Here ya go Larry.
I used Auxbeam LEDs in a standard 5.75 housing. No fan, no harness changes or bucket mods. I only did the low beams as I rarely use the high beams anyways. Huge difference... I think it was $80 for the whole thing. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074GVNCZL/ref=psdc_15736451_t3_B07HG42NX9 and a housing like this https://www.amazon.com/GS-Powers-Ch...+5.75&qid=1575848683&s=automotive&sr=1-1&th=1