yes, yes it is.So nice on my trip to Phoenix and back, the whiter light is easier on the eyes and a lot of the driving was a night.
Stayed at my brother's in-laws house in Marana when I was in Tucson for my last customer-who is way at the east end of town near the airplane museum. Hopefully going back through in the fall.yes, yes it is.
trying some 5500 to see if they begin to become harsh compared to 4300. And should be about the same light output.
want to see this output next to a projector HID though, should stop off in tucson next time you come through! assuming you take the 10.
Give me a heads up before you run through, could be interesting to see another not stock accord around these parts, marana is just a skip away.Stayed at my brother's in-laws house in Marana when I was in Tucson for my last customer-who is way at the east end of town near the airplane museum. Hopefully going back through in the fall.
Am considering getting projector headlights to make the most of the light from the LEDs.
problem is nobody makes a projector for 9006 bulbs. or anything close to it. except for maybe spyder because they ARE cheap. they know you WONT want to use HID bulbs because they cost extra to put in your new fancy headlights.Don't know. Lots of horror stories about projector headlights giving off crappy beam patterns and so many of them have that ricey LED crap in them now. Honestly, that's getting as bad as stick on fender vents. Just want a normal looking headlight that has a quality projector beam pattern to get the most out of the LED lights.
Update: I ended up taking out the #3 DRL fuse this appears to have fixed my issue.Hi so I converted all my headlights to LED's on my 7th gen. Everything is working great except the high beam bulb which doubles as the DRL light. Currently I'm getting a DRL error on my gauge but the light is getting enough power to function as a DRL light when the lights are off and works fine as a high beam when I turn it on. I do have those adapters which are supposed to trick the computer and get rid of the DRL erorr. My issue however is that the adapters (tried 2 different sets) give more power to the lights and make them extremely bright (close to high beam then DRL light).
I would prefer to leave the LEDs in there and not use an adapter. My question is there any risk in having the DRL warning constantly on? I can't imagine this really effects anything. Thanks in advance.