A fog light assembly kit can really brighten up your car and make it stand out from all of the others on the road. Not only do fog lights increase safety, they are also quite stylish and do an excellent job in providing you with good looks and peace of mind. You can install the universal fit fog lights through the car fog light opening or underneath the bumper, as long as your bumper has enough clearance space underneath.
1. Remove the front bumper.
2. This is the existing car fog light opening that you can mount the fog light through. As you can see, there isn’t enough support in the opening to fully support the fog lights, so you would have to create a homemade support beam to mount the universal fit LED fog lamps.
Projector fog lights are a must-have for any car enthusiasts where beginners and experts can both appreciate. These LED Halo Fog Lights are 3 times brighter than traditional CCFL to really showcase your new lights. These LEDs are actually very versatile because they can either be used as fog lights or head lights. That leaves customization directly up to you!
One of our customers came in and installed a sweet set of LED Halo Rings on his 2006 BMW 328i and the results look pretty awesome. BMW introduced these LED Angel Eyes in 2001 on the E39 5 Series and completely revolutionized the car industry. The Angel Eyes symbolized luxury and exclusivity that was known as BMW’s signature style.
LED lighting technology is growing at a rapid rate and sometimes difficult to keep up with the new technology coming out. One specific new design is the diffuser mirror design built onto the tip of the LED bulb to create a cleaner beam pattern. Conventional LED bulbs do not have this feature available which is why the diffuser mirror design is superior in output.
We are all accustomed to see conventional LED light output inside an assembly housing where the light is reflected onto the chrome background. The new diffuser mirror design has a similar design reflecting light but the light output is much greater. The angle the diffuser mirror reflects the light onto the housing reflector creates a concentrated and focused cut off line similar to projectors in headlights. Having a focused cut off beam will increase the visibility on the road as compared to conventional LED lights where output is spread unevenly. In the end, the high power LEDs are bright, conventional or not conventional; however, the concentrated cut off beam will definitely draw more future interests.
Ever since the release of our 50W CREE high power LED replacement bulbs, they have been used on a variety of cars that are looking for the most light output from an LED bulb. The extra components that have to be installed when getting HID or LED conversion kits makes them less desirable to some so they turn to replacement LED bulbs instead. These types of lights are not as bright as the conversion kits, but they still do a great job of producing an enormous amount of light from the bulb. This 50W CREE H11 LED bulb is the answer for this situation.
Each H11 CREE LED fog light bulb has ten individual LED diodes made by CREE; the chips used are the R4 XP-E series which are one of the brightest in the market today. There are eight on the side and two on the top underneath a magnifying optical lens projector which produces a lot of projection for visibility. The lights operate at 10W for a bright, yet reliable output capacity; these are rated to work up to 50W, but there will be heat issues associated with that. The unique design of the lights allow the light to project the light as well as provide a 360 degree output of shine which fills up the light housing very well.
Because these LED bulbs operate at 10W, they are ideal for usage as fog lights and daytime running lights. They are bright enough to be seen by other motorists, but not to the point where they can be used as primary driving lights. These particular 50W CREE H11 LED bulbs on this 2012 Lexus CT200H required no additional components for using it inside the fog lights, but using them inside daytime running lights may require decoders/resistors. European vehicles will also need the same type of resistor/decoder setup as well due to the error message system in place.
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