If your car came standard with halogen fog lights and you want to switch to LED for a matching look, then a set of LED Conversion Kit for Fog Lights will definitely do the trick. You get an HID "equivalent" 15W high power output so that your fog lights will look the same as your HID headlights. The diffusion mirror in the assembly has a better output plus a cut-off line look that looks like it came with a huge sticker price.
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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With the last part of our coverage of the SEMA show and the cool things we saw there, we’ll wrap up with some more modifications that we saw on cars that we also offer on our website. We saw many cars with tinted head and tail lights, a direct fit LED fog light assembly on a Scion FR-S and some multi-color interior lights! While these cars probably did not get them from us, it’s still pretty cool to see these types of products being used and hopefully it’ll give you an idea of what to do on your car.
Vinyl tints are popular because they are easily installed and removed without any damage to the application. There are many colors to choose from, but the most common is the black dark tint which puts a darker shade on the application. If there are any issues with law enforcement or if you just don’t want the darker shade on anymore, you can easily peel it off and you can start off fresh again.
At this year’s SEMA event, there were quite a lot of Scion FR-S and Subaru BR-Z’s that made up a large percentage of the show vehicles inside and outside of the convention center. On this particular Scion FR-S, we saw an LED fog light assembly similar to what we carry lit up. Subtle upgrades such as this change the look of the vehicle quite dramatically.
Last, but not least we saw a car with multi-colored LED interior lights underneath the dash and on the side doors. These lights were automatically cycling through the colors so they were most likely in the “Demo” mode function. These easy to install lights connect directly to the car battery and are controlled at your finger tips with a radio remote control. Since LEDs draw such little power, there are no worries of the lights being in demo mode all day at the show and draining the battery.
That is it for our coverage of SEMA. It is very fortunate of us to live within a reasonable driving distance of such a big event that happens every year in Sin City. We get to see all the creative and head turning builds of the year gathered together in one building. In addition to that, there is huge aftermarket support from automotive retailers and car manufacturers at SEMA. If you ever have a chance to go to SEMA, make sure you take that chance as it will be a memorable experience.
Introducing all new 5202 H16 18-SMD or 68-SMD LED fog light bulbs for 07 and up Chevrolet 5th Gen Camaro, Avalanche, Suburban , Pontiac G8, or GMC Yukon Denali XL Car/SUV/Truck Fog Lights or Driving Lights. We have posted some product-installed pictures here, hope you guys will like this. If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
18-SMD 3 Chips 360-degree shine 5202 H16 Hyper-Flux LED Bulbs For Fog Lights, Daytime Running Lights or Driving Lights
The 9005 size is equivalent to HB3 and will also fit 9145 housings.
This aesthetical “add-up” will transform your stock yellowish halogen fog lights or daytime running lights into a beautiful and exact 6000K Ultra White HID look without paying the HID price.
- Fog Light Lamps
- Daytime Running Light Lamps
Note: for some vehicles like Audi, BMW, etc which have on board computer (OBC), you might need to add a pair load resistors in order to avoid the error message showing up on dashboard or bulb malfunction problem.
One pair Xenon White 68-SMD 1210 9005/9145/HB3 HyperFlux LED bulbs.