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    LED Headlights

    Looking for suggestions for H4 LED headlight bulbs, high and low beam. Positive or negative feedback appreciated. Thanks

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    Senior Member BABIS's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin 02530 View Post
    Looking for suggestions for H4 LED headlight bulbs, high and low beam. Positive or negative feedback appreciated. Thanks
    IIRC, dmcnw Toby is offering a led headlights conversion...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BABIS View Post
    IIRC, dmcnw Toby is offering a led headlights conversion...
    They aren't cheap, but they look stock:
    http://delorean-parts.com/Merchant2/...t_Code=K3004DP

    As far as I'm aware these are the best LED headlights available.
    David Proehl

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidProehl View Post
    They aren't cheap, but they look stock:
    http://delorean-parts.com/Merchant2/...t_Code=K3004DP

    As far as I'm aware these are the best LED headlights available.
    Does anyone have the electrical current numbers those LED headlights draw?
    Dave M vin 03572
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    DPNW LED headlights

    I recently installed a set of DPNW LED headlights after reading about them on the forum, and they are superb. I consider modern lighting an important safety item for our cars, so I think the DPNW units well worth their (admittedly high) expense. Given the longevity of most LED bulbs, the cost per year shouldn't be too bad.

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    I had a set of these installed back in January and they made a tremendous difference. I actually think I can see better at night out of the DeLorean now, than I can my F150. Once of the best parts about these is that everything looks stock.

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    Does the color spectrum light up everything pretty good? Have lots of deer and small animals carelessly wandering around in the twilight hours and spotting them before they cross the road would be super helpful.

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    Kensun sells H4 LED bulbs. I have the HIDs in mine.

    EDIT: you will need some different headlight housings though and I can't vouch for the quality of those.
    Last edited by mr_maxime; 05-12-2017 at 06:31 PM.

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    Good thing is I got four housings for free from a buddy who owns a body shop so all I needed was the bulbs. Bought some on amazon today. I'll post the results on Sunday


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    Certainly interested, but rather a shame to buy these European lights, and pay significant import taxes for a part that originates from here.
    I had to pay 140 recently for a Delorean part worth 380$. Won't do that again.
    Cool lights though, wow.

    Jan


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