Now I used to do Projector headlight retrofits so I understand the importance of requiring the light source of any kit to be exactly where the stock filament is in a reflector housing. The only reason why I bought this LED kit over other was due to their specific advertising of claiming that the one-emitting-side led array on G8L is designed to match the reflective surface structure in xenon lens – allowed more light projected out from lens and created high intensity lighting. So I decided to purchase the kit as I was looking for a easier solution.
This kit was bought for my KIA Spotrage. Upon reviewing the quality of the kit and packaging, it was flawless. Great quality used in building it, packaged very securely.
Installation was a breeze and went well, the kit itself was complete plug and play. Everything connected securely, their wiring harness and plugs were also great quality.
Well first, from my experience prior , I knew I'd have to move the bulb around, perhaps bend it a little and try to find that sweet spot. Anyone who's retrofitted even projector housed headlights know that sometimes the optimal for ground lighting can be achieved by moving the bulb a little or spacing it out a mm.
After attempts, it is not that difficult to find the right dipped beam pattern. That is suppose to be what I wanted.
The headlamp put out great light. Color is rated at 7000K. The visibility is a huge improvement compared to old halogen bulbs. But if compared to HID kit, their illumination is more or less similar. I take the pictures for your reference. Light beam is focused and cut-off line is clear. It is impressed.
It is like their advertising, one Cree LED headlight bulb is brighter than two Cree LED headlight bulb. This headlight don’t waste its lighting while two Cree LED headlight waste much lighting inside the projector and can’t be projected out.