Can I ask one more question?
I'm considering changing my daylight/driving lights as well.
They are currently orange/amber color.
And I would like to change to Blue or White color.
Do you recommend any bulbs? Not too bright kind is preferred.
I do not want to distract other drivers.
If you know, will you let me know?
As long as your highs are higher than the led lows you should be good.I just got it fixed. It might seem we can only install the bulb 1 way with the notches, but I forced it in and the LED diodes are situated right to left. Fixed my problem and the lights are much lower now. With LED, I've read it doesn't adjust it with the 10mm hex wrench. just make the diodes horizontal and it will lower the light. View attachment 281814
I put the Beamtech's in my premium a couple days ago. On the plus side, the improvement in visibility is stunning. Light is thrown much further down the road, with a clean cutoff that appears to be unchanged from stock. Nobody has flashed me yet, and the cutoff is well below the high beams, so I *think* it is ok from a safety perspective.BEAMTECH H11 LED Headlight Bulbs seems to be voted for mostly.
Thank you very much for more and more LED headlight bulb information!I'm running the Supernova v.4 LEDs in my premium. The beam pattern is a pretty straight cutoff. There is very slight spillage above the beam, but it's the exact same pattern as the halogen bulbs.
Finally!Thank you very much for more and more LED headlight bulb information!
THIS bulbs 'looks' very promising, indeed. Maybe the one to get?
Did more research online, and found other bulbs with near-filament-like one-chip LEDs, plug-n-play.
In Japan, IPF LED Head Lamp Bulb X2, H11 at around ￥19,500 JPY or $178 USD.