Led headlight bulb?

Discussion in 'Ford SVT Raptor General Discussions [GEN 1]' started by Black_Valkyrie, Dec 30, 2017.

  1. Black_Valkyrie

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    Anyone here replaced their headlight bulbs with led h13 replacements? See a ton of them on Amazon. Currently using ZXE.

    Success or failure with Led?
     
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    Sorry, just saw this post. Yes if you have one of the Raptors without HIDs from the factory (standard h13 bulbs) our CrystaLux XHP Series H13 bulbs are plug and play and will give you a big improvement in light.

    Use discount code RAPTORFORUM for 10% off and they are available here:

    Vehicle Specific - Ford - F-150 (2009-2014) - Page 1 - 4x4TruckLEDs.com
     
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    figured that out and ordered on wed. thanks!
     
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    I just ordered a set today. Hoping to be impressed.
     
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    you will be
     
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    Oncoming traffic, not so much....

    The stock reflector was not designed for an led bulb but a halogen filament. You will be blinding your fellow road users.
     
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    Ohh that argument is really old now snow. Sure in the old days (years ago) LEDs were terrible in housings but they have come a LONG way. The kits we sell do NOT blind drivers (otherwise we would not sell them, as we don't sell anything that is crap and causes problems... one reason we don't sell those cheap RGB light bars the Jeep guys love). Sure there are still some cheap crappy kits out there that do more harm them good (TONS Of them all over).

    We've always offered folks their money back if they have problems and cause glare. So far... not one person has taken us up on that or reported any glare. In fact... I used to get into arguments with guys who were VERY anti-LED until they tried our lights and they started singing a different tune afterwards.
     
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    Installation of the ballast drivers is "plug and play?"
     
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    Find this statement hard to believe. Show me the science.
     

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