The package comes with a pair of projector headlight & a pair Xenon HID Kit for the low beam (your choice of housing style & Lighting Output); Please make sure you select the correct style & output, the product title will reflect your selection
These headlights are designed as direct bolt on replacement parts and preassembled for plug-and-play application, the halo rings & LEDs require simple wiring connection
The HID in the package is the best quality AC HID kit, which has better quality HID bulbs and ballast
These headlights are made by OE approved and ISO certified manufacturer
Some of the application includes light bulbs, for application does not include light bulbs, you are required to reuse your original bulbs
Imported from USA
Upgrade your outdated headlight with SuperLighting xenon HID projector headlight package for a newer style and brighter
lighting output.Upgrade your vehicle's appearance with SuperLighting easy to install plug and play bolt-on headlights.
These projector headlights offer a significant upgrade over the reflector headlights on visioniblity through a more
focus lighting beam. Depends on application, these projector headlights come with Halo rings (angel eyes) and/or LEDs
dress up your vehicle into the newest trend.
Remarkably, HID lights are able to provide greater light output with much less power consumption. Studies show that a
35w HID lamp produces 3 times as much light than a 55w halogen bulb. Also, a halogen bulb uses a continuous power draw
of 10-15 amps, while the HID system uses up to 80% less power during use. In addition, the HID headlamp provides longer
service life, under normal conditions HID bulbs last roughly 10 times longer than halogen bulbs.
What is HID Color Temperature?Color temperature is a characteristic of light that is sometimes mistaken as brightness,
when it is more closely related to "cool" and "warm" tones of light. Color temperature is a measure in Degrees Kelvin of
the hue of a light source, in this case the HID bulb.
It is hard to describe HID colors accurately since many variables such as voltage, type of ballast and the environment
can affect color output. Also, color perception is subjective. That said, here is a rough guide to Color Temperatures
for HID bulbs:
* 3000K = Yellow
* 4300K = White with yellow tinge
* 6000K = White (Some detect slight blue)
* 8000K = White with blue tinge
* 10000K = Deep blue
* 12000K = Violet