When you are looking at options for upgrading or replacing the headlight bulbs in your car or truck sometimes they will ask you if you have “OEM HID Headlights“. If you don’t know what that means, then keep reading! If … Continue reading What does OEM HID Mean?
If you’ve ever wondered about the differences between the original halogen bulbs that come in your stock headlights, and an upgraded HID or LED bulb, then keep reading! Most cars and trucks built today come with halogen headlight and fog light bulbs, also called incandescent, and there are 3 ways to increase the brightness: 1. Install a different halogen bulb that runs at a higher wattage. 2. Install an HID Conversion Kit. 3. Install LED Headlight Bulbs. In this picture (above) you can see the light output of a typical modern headlight. It uses a 55w halogen headlight bulb and … Continue reading Difference between halogen, LED and HID headlights
WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW FOR MORE DETAILS! In this post we’ll be talking about how to install a dual beam HID conversion kit in your headlights. In order to do this you need to use a dual beam relay harness. … Continue reading How to Install Dual Beam HID Headlights Using a Dual Beam Relay Harness
The 2003 – 2005 350z headlights came with 2 light bulbs and the option of an HID bulb for low beam or a standard halogen bulb for low beam. The high beams are always the same though in this early … Continue reading What are the differences between early and late model 350z headlights?
When looking at D2 HID bulbs, it can be tricky to determine which bulb you need. Do I need a D2S, D2C, or D2R? The difference between D2S and D2R is that D2S HID bulbs are designed to be used in … Continue reading What is the best D2S, D2R or D2C HID bulb to use?
Want to take your Can-Am Maverick 1000XMR to the next level? Check out the LED and HID Lighting upgrades made to this Can-Am in the video and get the look yourself! Here’s a breakdown of what was shown in the video. At 1:00, the high and low headlights were the first thing to get upgraded. HID bulbs worked best with the Can-Am projector headlights, so both the high and low beams got 9005 55W HID Conversion Kits from GTR Lighting. If you’ve ever thought about upgrading to HID bulbs but were hesitant of the installation process, check out the video at 3:38 to … Continue reading Can-Am Maverick Lighting Overhaul