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LED Headlight Conversion Kit - $18.24 + Free Prime Shipping @ Amazon

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LightMe Car LED Headlight Bulbs Conversion Kit, High Brightness 80W 9600LM Headlamps IP68 Waterproof 6000K Cool White Light (2Pack) [amazon.com]

Was $36.88
Now $22.24 with code HO2BWT7M + Free Prime shipping

There is also be a clippable coupon on this item for an additional $4 off bringing the cost down to $18.24

Available in the following sizes.
9005 [amazon.com]
9006 [amazon.com]
H4 [amazon.com]
H7 [amazon.com]
H8 / H9 / H11 [amazon.com]
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How good are these?
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No reviews on Amazon couldn't find anything online. You get what you pay for. I would stay away from these.
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I bought these and just installed them . They surprisingly work well . I would def buy them again.
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4 Bulbs is better than 2 bulbs. These are actually better than the ones I have before. The only drawback is the angle. It's on my 2014 Civic. Depending your headlight reflective housing; it's was ok on my civic. I felt it wasn't bright enough; but when I hit dark corners the street lit up. I think I'll see more if the bulb was 8000K or more instead of 6000K. Super white; that's why it's not noticeable unless super dark.
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4 Bulbs is better than 2 bulbs. These are actually better than the ones I have before. The only drawback is the angle. It's on my 2014 Civic. Depending your headlight reflective housing; it's was ok on my civic. I felt it wasn't bright enough; but when I hit dark corners the street lit up. I think I'll see more if the bulb was 8000K or more instead of 6000K. Super white; that's why it's not noticeable unless super dark.
8000k would make it more blue than white and would probably not have been brighter.
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6000K is usually the brightest bulb without getting more yellowish. I had a 5000K bulb once and while it was bright, it was more yellow then white. 8000K is very blue and anything above that is purple and probably not street legal.
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