LED Fog Light Bulbs
H7: Xtreme LED ProB-LHB-XTR-H7-XD
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Xtreme LED Pro:Step up your game with these outstanding drop-in H7 LED headlight bulbs. The Xtreme LED Pro series is a simple, straightforward way to make a real difference in your vehicle's attitude and safety. Every millimeter of these lights has been agonized over to ensure that you're rocking a high-quality, durable product that will get the attention of all that see them.
They're Super Cool: These bulbs are seriously cool. That's all thanks to the all-new, patented aluminum alloy leaf passive heat sink. This is a giant leap past the old-school ribbon heat sinks of the past that would crack and fail over time. It also embarrasses the LED bulbs out there with fans in them that constantly create electrical interference and can become clogged. Thanks to this new design you can be sure of two things. First, these heat sinks will continue to do their job for the entire life of the LEDs, and second, they'll produce outstanding output their whole life since they're so cool.
Getting Techy: The headlamp is designed for the original halogen filament. That means that there's a perfect geometry to where you need to place the light source to get the best possible output. If you shift that source too far in one direction or another you simply won't get the best performance. That's why we've used three Lumileds ZES on each side of the light head in an undomed configuration. It matches the size of the original source almost perfectly and it is miles better than the 4-emitter arrays or domed COB emitters available on the market.
Lumens & Light Output Truth: The truth is that much like manufacturers measure horsepower at the crank, not at the wheels, many light builders and merchants quote lumen numbers that are taken right after the bulb is lit up in a cold chamber, not after it's had time to operate for any real amount of time. We don't pull those tricks on you. These pump out 1750 lumens after a full hour of running in 60C or 140F heat. That means that you're getting real super bright white with our 5500K color temperature every day, all the time, from start to finish without worry. Don't be fooled by a bunch of fake hype. You deserve the best.
The Details: These lights are really bespoke bits of artwork. The 25mm rigid tail of light head is considerably smaller than other LED bulbs on the market because we know many of them don't fit properly. In addition, the light head itself is clockable. That reduced size doesn't require us to skimp on materials though because we've used only the best copper circuit boards for optimal thermal conductivity. Truly, this is the top-performing LED bulb with OE-level quality and "fit it and forget it" durability and dependability.
Lighting the way since 2001: For nearly two decades Xenon Depot has been on the leading edge of the HID and LED lighting industry. While our product line has continually changed over the years, one thing remains the same; our commitment to quality customer service. You come to Xenon Depot because you want a reliable lighting upgrade. We intend to deliver that, and much more. To see what else we've got in store for your car or truck; use the Buyer's GuideBuyer's Guide on our homepage.
LED Bulbs: 2x (One Pair) H7 Xtreme LED Pro LED Bulbs
LED Drivers: 2x Xtreme LED Pro
Wiring: H7 Plug and Play Inputs
Optional DRL Drivers: 2x (One Pair)
Warranty:2 Years (Click for Details)
APPLICATION: HID and LED bulbs are street legal in the USA for Fog Light use only. Not compliant with DOT / FMVSS108 and not street legal in the USA for Headlights. Legal for off-road use in Snowmobile and ATV headlights and off-road racing use only auxiliary or forward lighting. International street legality varies by country. For detailed clarification on street use, CLICK HERE Note: This usage regulation is not unique to XenonDepot bulbs. All LED and HID bulbs from all other brands, regardless of marketing claims, are prohibited from street use in halogen headlights in the USA.
HOMOLOGATION ECE: NO
DOT/SAE/FVMSS108: NO (NOT STREET LEGAL IN HEADLIGHTS IN USA)
Do I need PWM / Anti-Flicker Modules?:
Use in Fog Lights: Unlikely
Low beams that double as Daytime Running Light: Likely
High beams that double as Daytime Running Light: Likely
Vehicle is late model American (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ford, GM): Likely
Input Voltage: 12-24V DC
Adjustability: Fully Clockable Base
Light Source: 6x LumiLEDS ZES 5500K (Crisp White)
I very impressed in how much better they were compared to the original bulbs. I found the original bulbs to have very little affect on the street signs, meaning light reflecting. Now with the new Xtreme LED Pro, they reflect on street signs almost as well as my wife's Buick Enclave's (HID) bulbs. Let's hope they last, for the price!
Sprinter Low Beam LEDs
I was concerned that the units would not fit to be secured by the thin wire clamp ... not to worry, and all wiring actually fit within the Sprinter's assembly so no holes were needed to extend the LED box outside of the headlight assembly. I am not planning on replacing the high beams, but if you are considering it you will need to purchase a $2 replacement holder as the high beam bulb secures differently. And probably count on drilling a hole as I do not believe two LED boxes could fit within the housing.
MotorCycle LED's | 20074 Yamaha YZF-R6
So, I purchased these with the PWM Module. I was replacing a cheap HID kit. For my bike, the installation process was a bit tedious. If you have the plastic dust covers over the headlight housing, you will need to drill a 1"-1 1\4" hole in it to pass the heat fins and wires. Fortunately for me, the previously installed HID kit required it so my holes where there. I installed the bulbs with the 2 prong H7 connection as well as the 4 pin screw connection so that they remained hidden behind the dustcover. This allowed me to use the rubber grommet on the harness to seal the hole on the plastic dust cover. (NOTE: the rubber grommet has to be cut so that the heat fins can pass through it and it can be installed to close the hole as best as possible. As far as lighting output goes. They are pretty bright and they have a very nice clean white color. I'd say they are probably just as bright as my cheap HID kit that I had which was a 35 w. I'd recommend these!
Great as usual
Love Xenon Depot's LED headlights. I have them in several cars. The competition doesn't even come close in light clarity, colour or quality.
These bulbs exceeded my expectations. I had 65w halogens that were the best you could get, they got discontinued so I was searching for a replacement. These LEDs behaved the exact same way in a projector housing as halogens. A nice white color too. I only wish they'd make a higher wattage version. Not quite as good as HID, but better than halogen, a nice middle ground.