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OPT7® H10 Advanced Glow 27-SMD LED Fog Light Bulbs – 6000K Cool White – Plug-n-Play (Pack of 2)

OPT7® H10 Advanced Glow 27-SMD LED Fog Light Bulbs – 6000K Cool White – Plug-n-Play (Pack of 2)

OPT7® H10 Advanced Glow 27-SMD LED Fog Light Bulbs - 6000K Cool White - Plug-n-Play (Pack of 2)

  • 27-Advanced Glow SMD LEDs lights per bulb
  • Advanced Glow technology allows OPT7 LED’s to last 20x longer than halogen, and 3x longer than other LEDs
  • Solid State design makes it 100% water, shock, dust, and rumble-proof
  • Plug-N-Play installation is simple, quick, and customizable
  • Includes a hassle free 1-year manufacturer’s warranty

Stay modern with the new standard in LED lighting
OPT7 SMD (Surface-mount) LEDs are the easiest and quickest way to upgrade your favorite ride to the latest in lighting technology.
Designed specifically for fog light applications, these specialized LEDs will add that extra touch of custom lighting to your ride without having to waste money on expensive OEM lighting kits.

Spend less time installing and more time driving
OPT7 LED bulbs replace standard OEM bulb sizes and plug

List Price: $ 22.50

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LT Sport ® D1C10 D1R/D1S Xenon Headlight Lamp HID Head Light Bulbs – 10000k Blue Color

LT Sport ® D1C10 D1R/D1S Xenon Headlight Lamp HID Head Light Bulbs – 10000k Blue Color

LT Sport ® D1C10 D1R/D1S Xenon Headlight Lamp HID Head Light Bulbs - 10000k Blue Color

  • For: Replace Type of Xenon HID Headlight Bulbs; Package includes: Pair (Set of Two) D1R /D1S Light Bulbs
  • Caution: Only Fit OEM Xenon Headlight. (It Will Not Fit Halogen Headlight)
  • Compatible Reference: D1, D1C, D1S, D1R, OSRAM 66141, 66142, 66144, 85402, 85407, 85410
  • Flicker-Free Performance, Input voltage 6.5~21V. Output poer 35W. Transient voltage 23000V (HID Headlamp Power Standard)

5 times longer life span than converntional light bulbs with our limited Lifetime Warranty

List Price: $ 49.99

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Upgrading Headlights

Xenon Headlights Logo

Xenon Headlights Logo

Driving at night can be hard. In years past driving at night was a lot harder as the light technology of the day was not that good. Now days we have all kinds of neat light technology so we can easily drive at night.  The thing is most cars even new ones do not come with the good kind of lights. When you get a car it will probably have standard H3 55 watt Halogen bulbs. Halogen bulbs are really bright for their size but they really are getting to be old technology.

The next big thing in lighting is called H.I.D. This stands for High Intensity Discharge. HID bulbs are actually small Xenon bulbs which use less watts than your regular Halogen bulbs but put out like 5 times more light. You may have been driving down the road and saw some car coming with either really white bulbs or bulbs that look sorta blue and they were really bright. These bulbs that are so bright are actually the new Xenon bulbs. They are usually in higher end cars such as BMW, Acura, Mercedes, Porsche and other high end cars. BMW for instance has used Xenon bulbs for years in their cars.

You can actually get these for your car! You do not have to go out and buy a newer or a new car to just be able to see better at night. You can buy an aftermarket HID kit for about any car or truck,even motorcycles for not too much money. Price wise you are looking at somewhere around $300.00 or more for the kit if you get a name brand kit. Be careful to not buy a kit that has no reviews and is some cheap brand because I have heard bad stories of them just going out all the sudden leaving you without any lights.

A kit consists of two ballasts and the proper wiring and bulbs. You can wire it up yourself in around 1-2 hours. You don’t need to be a electrician to do it as it has a step by step guide. In some cars though a kit does not always work well. What happens is the light can be refracted all over the place and go into the other cars lane. In a BMW they have a whole headlight made for the bulbs not just a bulb in a ordinary reflector. In most cases this poses no trouble, especially on newer cars. A simple search on the internet for HID kit can give you all the info you need to make a wise decision. You may need a retrofit which would mean a new headlight kit which could ad to the price big time. Its worth it though because the light output from Xenon bulbs is just insane.

Xenon is a great light technology. Its time regular car companies get on the bandwagon and start puting them in their new cars.