It's definitely not "perfect", but it's the best I've seen with a plug+play H4 LED bulb -- way better then an HID kit, or LED kit I've seen (especially in a reflective headlight).
You bring up some interesting points :
- Not perfect. Yep, nothing is. I mentionned it because the pic with LEDs gives it an unfair visual advantage (closer to the end of the street, with possibly a higher aim than the shot with halogens).
- You said way better than an HID kit "(especially in a reflective headlight)". That needs a little clarification I think, especially here on a Cherokee forum...
> Cherokees have projectors, not reflectors. Xenon bulbs (HID bulbs) have never done well in reflective headlamps : beam can be all over the place and lots of bleeding up = glare, which can dangerous (at worst) or a nuisance (at best).
We've often read from you guys that the kit with the best light output is HID. I'll suppose that was meant specifically for the projector setup on the Cherokees. Or maybe your extreme LED kits have evolved so much they now surpass your HID kits ?
We see the Germans coming out with fantastic adaptive LED headlights now and that's where the future seems to be. If those systems just weren't so darn expensive... and legal in North America (they aren't yet because of ridiculously old legislation).
So I guess I'm just asking if, for halogen Cherokees, you still think your HID kit yields superior light output, and a better beam, or are these newer LED kits better.
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