Installation Time: Afternoon
April 09, 2016
You Can use a H11 LED kit with them.
These look good and are great quality with no leaking. When I first got them, I had condensation for about a month. Now, it was winter time so I don't know if that had anything to do with it, but the papers that came with the lights said the condensation would go away after a few days, but it took mine about a month to go away... A lot of people will want to run HID or something in these lights. I originally used a 35w H9 HID kit, but I got tired of the wires so I did a little research and took a chance and bought Raxiom's H11 (yes H11) LED headlight bulb kit, and lowe and behold, they fit perfectly in the projectors with no modifications needed. Now, I did have to leave the back cap of the housing off so air could circulate over the LED kit heat sink so it wont get too hot, but I haven't had any problems, and they are super bright. The 65w halogens that come with the headlights put off more heat than a 35w HID kit, so as long as you stay with a 35w HID and not a 55w, you will be ok... But it would be even better if you just use a LED kit, which puts off even less heat, but just as much light, without all the wires of an HID. The projectors have a nice cutoff line so you wont blind people with the HID/LED, unless you bright light them, but don't do that.