Looks like the new Audi A4 has a spectacular LED system that is already seen on the A3 sedan. The overall body and design remains relatively unchanged, but it’s those LED xenon headlights that’s something to talk about. Audi is somewhat famous for the LED headlights that’s synonymous for class, so it’s no surprise that they are continuing the high-end LED headlight pattern. The setup is relatively pricey, but that’s to be expected with a car of this caliber.
Newer luxury cars nowadays come standard with HID headlights, with a classy xenon white pair of headlights and a crisp cut-off line. It seems that HID headlamps are synonymous with luxury now and many people opt to go the aftermarket route with an HID xenon conversion kit. This handy kit is the most sure-fire way to increase the output of your car’s headlights or fog lights so you can have better visibility at night.
The HID Conversion Kit has a set of the most advanced ultra slim digital ballasts and a very straightforward installation process so that you can have a hassle-free installation. You can give your car a luxurious look without having to pay the full sticker price for an expensive European or Japanese car. Once you make the switch, you’ll kick yourself and wonder why you didn’t make the switch earlier. The ultra slim digital ballasts regulates the electrical current via embedded electronic chip so that the current is stable at all times. These ballasts have a reverse polarity protection system that greatly reduces installation related issues and improves the lifespan of your headlights.
The best time to get an HID Conversion Kit is when there is a sale! There are a bunch of bulb sizes available as well as their complementary sizes.
Each package includes:
2 x Xenon HID Light Bulbs
2 x 35w Ultra Slim Digital HID Ballasts
1 x Bi-Xenon Relay Harness* (ONLY included when purchasing our "Bi-Xenon" bulb sizes)
Don’t neglect your turn signal lights! These lights are what tell people around you where you will be turning or making a lane change. Everyone has driven behind that one driver who has absolutely no consideration for other drivers in the area and makes lane changes in the last minute, forcing other people to slam onto their brakes. Sometimes, people have extremely dim turn signals that you can hardly see the turn signal light behind the housing anyway. Fortunately, bad habits can be fixed and lights can be swapped. These 12272 LED bulbs are powered by 4 pieces of CREE XB-D LED lights that is way brighter than the stock bulb to give you a better look and increased safety.
Car fans all around seem to agree on one thing: their cars look much better without the front license plate right in the middle of the bumper. Many people even opt to remove the entire license plate completely. While the lack of the front plate in the middle of the bumper looks great, it does draw unwanted police attention. When you add that with a loud exhaust and a bagged ride, the police are practically eating their donuts next to your driveway.
Fortunately, there’s a quick alternative to the front plate, and that’s by relocating it to the side via the tow hole. You get to keep your front plates and still get a sporty racing look. This license plate tow hook mounting bracket uses the tow hole to screw in the mounting stick and plate to the side of your bumper without having to drill or modify your bumper in any way. This license plate tow hook mounting adapter is available for a ton of cars, including BMW, Mercedes Benz, Audi, Lexus, Toyota, Scion, Subaru, Nissan, and more. If you don’t see a set available for your car, you just need to check your bumper to see if there’s a tow hole. If there is, you can bet that there will be one available soon.
Sometimes, you see cars on the road with that fried egg look, which means that there’s no clear front end, making your car look like there are eggs thrown onto your vehicle. These PWY24W bulbs get rid of that fried egg look so that you can use them as turn signal lights or daytime lights. We all know that fried eggs belong on breakfast plates, not on cars. Either option looks fantastic so your hardest decision is deciding how you want to use these LED bulbs.