There are many reasons why your HID conversion kit may not be working correctly, or as good as you want it to so I want to give you some solid steps to take to identifying what’s wrong with your kit. … Continue reading HID Conversion Kit Troubleshooting Issues
We hear it all the time from people, “Will installing LED headlight bulbs void the manufacturer’s warranty on my car (or truck)?” This question gets asked all the time and it’s the same for LED headlight bulb replacements as well … Continue reading Will installing LED headlight bulbs void my truck’s warranty?
If you’re on vacation and the back of the car is loaded with hunting and fishing gear, maybe even a large catch, plus other “road hugging weight,” that’s probably the cause of your headlight problems. Same goes for if you’re … Continue reading How to Adjust the Beam Pattern on your Headlights
The new U-Shaped headlight housings coming on the 2015 Ford F-150 are definitely a unique new style, they even have an aftermarket style flair to them that many enthusiasts are already falling in love with. Gone are the days of … Continue reading Headlight Upgrades for new style 2015 Ford F150
Most Jeep enthusiasts know what types of LED headlights are available for their vehicle, and arguably the most popular option in recent years has been the JW Speaker model 8700 LED Headlight. This model of the available Jeep headlight options … Continue reading Will the JW Speaker 8700 be the new Jeep LED Headlight Option
We recently had an opportunity to install new 7×6 headlight housings and high power LED headlight bulbs into a 1995 Toyota Tacoma. This truck originally used H6054 sealed beam rectangular headlight housings, so the first step to installing the new LED headlight technology was to replace the original housings with new ones that can accept a replacement light bulb. To do this we put Vision X #VX-57 rectangular sealed beam housings in place. These new housings are DOT approved, and just fitted with the regular H4 halogen bulbs would be 30% brighter than the original sealed beam headlights. After picking … Continue reading A first look at the new LED Headlight Conversion Kits
The new Corvette Stingray is a pretty wild machine… using carbon and nanotech technology to create a super strong chassis along with new wild and intelligent styling and a super powerful 450HP LT1 engine. In my opinion the icing on the cake are the wild new LED and HID bi-xenon headlights: The first time I saw these headlights were at the 2013 SEMA show in Las Vegas where there were a BUNCH of these cars on display, and the first thing I thought of was similarity to the Ferrari 458 Italia headlights: The fact that the Ferrari and Corvette share … Continue reading A Look at the 2014 Corvette Stingray LED and HID Headlights
At the 2013 SEMA Tradeshow in Las Vegas showcased every major automobile manufacturer in the world, and their new toys and Mopar/Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep was no exception. The Mopar booth in the South Hall at the SEMA Show had several new Jeeps and they all had LED headlights. 3 of the Jeeps were sporting the Truck-Lite 27270C LED headlights, but ONLY ONE was sporting a new Jeep branded LED headlight – which signifies the turning of the tide in non-luxury vehicles finally getting OEM LED headlights: This new Jeep branded LED headlight product slightly resembles the Peterson Manufacturing 701C by the way … Continue reading New Jeep Wranglers Will Come Equipped with Factory-Option LED Headlights!
I love the Z cars, especially the Nissan 350z, and when I saw that someone was making a FULL LED headlight assembly for the 350z I just had to check it out. I was really excited to ditch the factory projector HID headlights for some low power consumption / super-bright LED headlights for our Z car but I was SADLY disappointed! While the picture on the eBay auction looks promising the actual product experience was an epic failure… Here are the main reasons why these headlights were absolutely a waste of money: 1. CRAP light output – these were about … Continue reading LED Headlights for the 350z? Maybe not such a good idea…