- Nov 24, 2011
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Do we have a sponsor that sells them and can anyone recommend a brand? I bought some off eBay but they're garbage and keep draining the battery. Would be high and low beam h4
They have LED hid kits?
Are the light outputs on led really comparable to HID at this point??
I just purchased the OPT7 HID kits for the Focus. I like them, and were plug and play.Go with LEDs!!! After having HIDs in 3 vehicles and finally switching to LEDs I'll never go back.
LEDs; less power drain, no power spike on startup, no dimming, no electrical interference humming thru speakers, no flicker, instant on, no chasing down multiple things that might be wrong when they don't work, no need for a relay harness (lower voltage).
Check out OPT7 LED bulbs.
They aren't bad, better than Halogens. I picked up Spyder projector headlight assemblies from a buddy for cheap (I have an ST1). I was told not to bother upgrading bulbs in it because the projectors aren't great, but fuck it. Standard bulb is an H11 and they require H7, which suck. I went with these and the fit fine. I bought H7 kit for the headlights and H11 or the fogs ($40 ea).This is good to here. I may do this. Hate the light output in my focus. Big improvement?
I also purchased a set for my wife's 03 Acura mdx. The lightning is GREAT and it's a 35 watt kit.I just purchased the OPT7 HID kits for the Focus. I like them, and were plug and play.
While both are annoying, the hid is worst because it's so much brighter then the normal high beam. Plus the clueless driver at one point might realize they have their high beams on and shut them off. Hid guy is just gonna blind away.I don't know what's worse, HIDs not even bothered to be aimed in a non projector headlight or the people cluelessly driving with their brights on