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- Packages: Includes one pair (2pcs) newest FL-BH H4 HB2 LED forward lighting bulbs upgrade for cars, trucks, motorcycles.
- Easy fitment: Mini & petite design, 1:1 dimension as stock halogen H4 9003 HB2 forward lighting, easy fitment for 99% vehicles
- Light Output: Each H4 9003 HB2 LED forward lighting conversion kits bulb light up to 6250 lumens, total 12500 lumens for both H4 9003 HB2 LED forward lighting conversion kits bulbs
- Color: 6000K - 6500K xenon white
- LED Chips: Genuine high power, premium quality and high illumination customized LED Chips, Newest technology intelligent cooling system with dual ball fan, 6063 aviation aluminum heat sink design for longer life span & further light output area.
- Waterproof! Rainproof driver: IP65. Working Power: 45W per H4 HB2 LED forward lighting bulb, 90W for both H4 HB2 led forward lighting bulbs.
- Cross reference number: H4, 9003, HB2, H4LL, HB2LL, 9003LL, etc.
- Applications: Used for replacing halogen, HID or damaged H4 9003 HB2 dual high/low beam conversion kits forward lighting, DRL(daytime running light), cornering lights, etc.
- Lifespan: More than 30,000hrs in 25°C ambient.
- Beam Pattern: Adjustable
- Cross Reference Number:
6000K ~ 6500K Xenon White
Adjustable Beam Pattern
-40~+80 °C (-40~+176 °F)
Cross Reference Number
H4, 9003, HB2, H4LL, HB2LL, 9003LL
30, 000 hours
Alla Lighting warrants that its Bulbs will be free from defects in material and workmanship for ONE year from the date of purchase by the Original Purchaser. This warranty does not apply to any products that have been subjected to misuse, mishandling, misapplication, neglect (including but not limited to improper maintenance), improper installation, act of nature, motor vehicle accidents or alterations.
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- One pair (2 pieces) FL-BH HB2/9003/H4 LED forward lighting bulbs
- Owner manual
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I have reflector housing I tried auxbean and fahren and they were okay but I was not really liking them they had the blue tint on them and they were all over the place it didn't have the cut off line and i get it i have the reflectors what I expect but i found this ones and wow they are bright white it has a cut off line to not blind the opposite drivers and it does not have the blue tint the almost as bright as my bar light so so far im satisfied with them people do say they get hot so i try to just used them at nite only so dont have running all day like jettas do haha and they said only last for 6 months so i will keep u guys posted if i lose any bringness or they do go out in six months or if because it gets to hot that is melting the the housing then that a problem but so far non of that has happened i will post a update july/2021
I tried a few bulbs in the $40 price range, these are brighter and have a better beam pattern than any of them. The brightness is almost too much, my old Philips Vision halogens look like candles compared to them. The high beams are also very good, not quite "turn night into day" but probably as good as you're going to get in an H4 housing. Beam pattern is near-perfect in my Camry with a crisp cutoff that required no re-aiming. Reflectors do tend to scatter a small amount of light above the cutoff for illuminating road signs and stuff, and since these bulbs are so much brighter that scattered light is also a lot brighter. I was a bit worried about that at first but after a month of driving nobody has flashed me. I definitely wouldn't consider going any brighter than these though. Do make sure your lenses are crystal clear before throwing these bulbs in, cloudy lenses are just going to scatter more light and with bulbs this bright that's downright dangerous. I used a 3M headlight restoration kit on mine.
Build quality is nice. The backing plate is anodized aluminum instead of stamped steel, the clocking adjustment has a nice indexed feel and is very secure. Since the backing plates are removable the bulbs are very easy to install, just install the backing plate first, then the rubber boot, then the bulbs themselves.
Bulbfacts lists these headlights at 5350k color temperature, that's one of the reasons I got them and I'd say that's dead on. They're pure white with no blue tint at all. I really don't understand why they don't list a more accurate color temperature for these lights. I know 6000k/6500k brings in clicks from the people looking for cheap LED's but most people looking to shell out $80 for a set are probably shopping for a pure-white color temperature anyway. It sure would make it easier to find decent bulbs if these sellers actually listed accurate color temperatures.
A few complaints though:
These things get HOT. The heat sink is very hot to the touch within a minute of them being turned on. I'm worried that may impact longevity, but we'll see.
They are not "DOT" approved despite what the fancy rendering shows. It's a blatant lie. In fact there is NO halogen-to-LED retrofit bulb you can buy that is road legal in the US. They're all illegal, and if you're in a state that does inspections you'll need to keep a set of halogens to swap in before your inspection. This is actually pretty unfortunate, since it allows the market to be flooded with cheap, blue LED's with horrific beam patters and made-up lumen ratings that do more to blind oncoming traffic and give LED's a bad rep than they do to actually help you see. Since there's no DOT approval for any LED's we can't look to them to tell us which ones are actually any good, and the people that do care about color temperature and oncoming traffic have to rely on sites like Bulbfacts and trial and error to find good lights.
The red anodizing is visible in the reflectors at certain angles, and can sometimes make your car look like it has red eyes when the lights are off. This is really the biggest flaw with these lights because they could have just anodized them clear, but for some reason they chose red. I don't get it. I would try to sand off the anodizing myself, but with how hot they get I'd much rather keep my warranty intact.
I just install these LED on my 2017 Toyota Tundra they are very bright and make a big difference took me 30 minutes to install I have to remove the grille to get access to the headlight but other then that look nice!!!!!
Perfect fit on a 2020 tundra. One bad thing is that because the light is coated with red paint it's causing a little redness at night when the light is on. Other than that everything is fine
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