GTR Lighting GEN 3 LED Headlight Bulbs

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    I have the Gen3 for my low beams. I love them, haven't had any issues at all since I installed them over 8 months ago. I'm gonna get some for my highs too when I have the money.
     
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    #5 Shankmeyster, Nov 16, 2017
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    They are the most expensive but also have the highest output of any of the LED options. You are paying almost twice as much as the 2nd best. They won't have the kind of throw you will get from HID bulbs but they will be bright. For the cost you could just retrofit a HID projector into your stock headlight and have better output overall. A bit of a PITA but it's your money.
     
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    FYI, I tried OPT7 Fluxbeam X H11's in my 2017 LX headlights for 2 weeks and couldn't get used to them. Nice splash of white light right in front of car but no distance and no light on sides of road either. I took them out and put the stock halogen bulbs back. It's a relief to have them back in and now they don't seem so weak! I may buy one of the Philips stronger halogen upgrade bulbs ($30-40) but that's all I'm going to do. The OPT7's were $110 and not worth it for me. They'll go back for a refund.
     
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    Im going to do you a favor. Check out the Katana H11 for low beams and the Nineo II's for high beams. $100.00 total price. Best light output ive found! I've purchased high end from TRS and Xenon Depot, tried Morimoto Elite HID, and Xenon Depot, and Putco brand LED's and spent a lot more than this. Save your money and try this out. If you are not satisfied, get a GTR lighting or Xenon Depot HID kid and never look back. Check out the images below. These are only the low beams. NO FOG lights.
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    I agree with WhiteLightFreak. I have the Katana H11's for lows, and the Nineo II's 9005/Hb3 for high beams.
    Great combo for about $100 on Amazon. Really like the Nineo II's output on unlit back roads with a high critter population. I like lighting up deer eyes from WAY out there. I had to clock the Nineo's, but the Katanas were perfect right out of the box. Easy to see how they align in the reflector mounts.
     
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    I wound up modifying H9's to fit and they are terrific, for about $15 a pair. Honda should have used H9's in this car.
     
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    I upgraded my hatchback’s Low bean & Fog Halogens to the GTR Lighting Gen3 LEDs. This is the before and after.

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    This is the front view:

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