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At just over two decades old, HID lighting technology is well matured and still outperforms LED! Shop our selection of universal and vehicle-specific GTR Lighting and Morimoto Elite HID systems--those we've determined are the best on the market! Up to 4,000+ lumens per bulb, your choice of 35w or 55w, and your choice of bulb coolors round out the kit options. Warranty: 3-5 Years (Morimoto), Lifetime (GTR Lighting), not transferable.
You can choose HID bulbs for the high beam, low beam or multibeam projection on your car. HID bulbs are very powerful and offer the best lighting result. This is why many car owners choose to install HID lights for their front headlight projection. Vehicle headlights have come a long way since we started using the halogen bulbs in projectors. Unfortunately, vehicle manufacturers are still using the same old halogen technology in bulbs to this day. They are neither powerful nor effective. But they get the job done and they are rather cheap. Car manufacturers use them to save costs. However, most owners get them replaced with HID or LED bulbs as quickly as they can.
Upgrade to HID Headlights
You can also upgrade to the powerful HID or efficient LED bulbs for your headlights. Both technologies offer their own advantages and disadvantages. In order to serve customers looking for HID lights, we offer the best quality headlights from some of the top brands in the market. It is quite easy to upgrade your headlight projectors from halogen to HID. You can do it with an HID conversion kit that comes with all the necessary parts including bulbs, ballasts, connectors and relays. You can find conversion kits at the Headlights Revolution HID conversion kits page. If you already have all the other required parts, or are looking to customize the upgrade, you can also get individual bulbs through our HID bulbs page. We offer single beam, high beam and low beam bulbs. Depending on your vehicle, you may need to get different bulbs for the upgrade. Make sure to check with our experts before you buy so that you get the correct HID headlight bulb.
Why Are HID Bulbs Popular
Many customers have switched to LED bulbs for their headlights because of their cool white glow. However, HID bulbs are still popular among plenty of customers who are looking for a powerful solution at a reasonable cost. HID Bulbs are based on a technology that does not use a filament. The bulbs are filled with Xenon gas which is why they are also called xenon bulbs. When turned on, the bulbs create light in a manner similar to a mercury vapor lamp. Electricity passes between two high-voltage electrodes that light up the gas. HID bulbs are quite powerful. A single HID bulb can create such a bright light that it will easily handle the job of two incandescent filaments.
Pros and Cons of HID Headlights
HID bulbs give a very bright, whitish blue appearance. They can illuminate darkness much better than other types of bulbs. HIDs also last longer than halogen bulbs. A typical bulb can burn for at least 2,000 hours and even goes up to 8,000 hours. If you spend a lot of time on the road after dark, HID headlamps will be a much better choice for your vehicle. They are particularly great if you often drive off-road where you don’t get a lot of lighting from street or store lamps. The glow from HID lights scatters and spreads out in an arc. This makes it easier to see not just the road, but other objects as well. You can install multiple HID bulbs for high beam and low beam effects on your vehicle. You can also find single beam HID headlights where the same bulb is used for both effects. One major complaint about HID headlights is that they are often considered too bright for driving in the city. HID headlights cause a glare that can momentarily blind oncoming drivers. Some drivers may even mistake HIDs for hi-beams.
HID High Beam and Low Beam Headlights
If you’re thinking about upgrading your car’s projectors to HID headlights, it is important to purchase them from a reputable store like Headlights Revolution. We offer a large variety of high beam, low beam and single beam HID headlamps for customers. GTR Lighting, Morimoto and Xenon Depot are top brands for headlight bulbs. We offer pairs of single beam bulbs with 35w / 55w power output. You can buy GTR Lighting H1, H4, H7, H11, H11B, H13, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007 and 9012 style bulbs from our store. We also stock and supply Morimoto D2H, XB, H1, H8, H10, H13, 9005, 9006 and 9007 in high beam and low beam bulbs. Although HID bulbs don’t last as long as LED headlamps, they are preferred mainly because of their low cost and higher power output. When you upgrade your vehicle’s headlamps to HID bulbs through our store, you will see a significant improvement in terms of visibility and driving experience. Need a recommendation on HID Headlights for your upgrade project? Got a tech question? Wholesale inquiry? Contact us today! At just over two decades old, HID lighting technology is well matured and still outperforms LED! Shop our selection of universal and vehicle-specific GTR Lighting and Morimoto Elite HID systems--those we've determined are the best on the market! Up to 4,000+ lumens per bulb, your choice of 35w or 55w, and your choice of bulb coolors round out the kit options. Warranty: 3-5 Years (Morimoto), Lifetime (GTR Lighting), not transferable. HID wiring can include Bi-Xenon harnesses, plug-and-play relay harnesses, and a variety of PWM/CANBUS based harnesses to combat annoying flickering / bulb out errors for domestic and European vehicles. Many vehicles come factory-equipped with HID xenon headlight bulb systems. If your car came from the factory with D1S, D1S, D2S, D2R, D3S, D3R, D4S, D4R, D5S, D6S HID bulbs, these may be good options for factory replacements. Replacing your OEM HID bulbs can increase brightness and give you a more attractive color.