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Old 07-17-2016, 10:55 AM   #101
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Novia , i only seen issues like these if they were used for DRLS / highbeam combos
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Old 07-17-2016, 06:56 PM   #102
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would you like to share your experiences here? it will be appreciated!
'Cos now I'm learning something about cars.
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Novia , i only seen issues like these if they were used for DRLS / highbeam combos
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Old 01-16-2017, 06:32 PM   #103
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My two cents without pictures:

HIDs are dead and LEDs are in!

LED bulbs are great. I got a kit for under 60$, using the phillips style bulb with the "wing" for my h4 bulbs. I have a cutoff near stock on my EK, no more blinding people! And there's no bootup time.
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Old 01-16-2017, 06:41 PM   #104
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How 'bout some details on what kit you used? I still haven't seen a really good halogen drop-in, and properly retrofit HID are still the current top o' the heap IMO. I'm optimistic for sure though.

Morimoto/Retrofit Source has retrofit MLED projectors coming soon too, I'm excited to see those.
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Is it on sell yet? I've looking at koito's bi-LED setup. Its not that bad. There's a chinese brand that actually has better output but I'm concern that they just overdrived the LED and that would cause it to burn out sooner.
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They're in a testing phase. If you watch their FB they have them on their personal vehicles and such. I just did a retro after leaving my parts in a box for two years and change so I'm officially off the market but my interest continues!
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I suggest looking into bi-led projectors that have dual led's in them. Better width
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