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Shadowline Motorsport - LED Bulbs & Accessories

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  • monty23psk
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    DOT approved and stock color is 4300k for XIDs. I will be going with 5k when I get the lenses as the modern cars with LEDs tend to be closer to 5K in appearance. I put my 2019 Subaru Ascent with LEDs next to my 2001 e39 with Xenon's that had a new driver d2s bulb installed 6 months ago for my comparison.

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    Last edited by monty23psk; 07-08-2019, 05:05 PM.

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  • djmossm42
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    Shadowline Motorsport - LED Bulbs & Accessories

    Originally posted by bmwman91 View Post
    Solid! Looks like it is time to ditch the Xenon's!

    I am looking for the most OEM-looking light setup. Am I correct to assume that I want the 4300K bulbs?


    If you you are talking in terms of light beam color 4300K will have a yellow hue like a halogen bulb. We usually go with 5000K which is no yellow or blue.

    Thanks,
    Bryon

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  • bmwman91
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    Solid! Looks like it is time to ditch the Xenon's!

    I am looking for the most OEM-looking light setup. Am I correct to assume that I want the 4300K bulbs?
    Last edited by bmwman91; 07-08-2019, 10:22 AM.

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  • monty23psk
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    PM sent with a few questions. Thanks

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  • djmossm42
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    R8 H1 in Mini H1 Projector

    Mini projector 1



    With R8 Installed



    Mini Projector 2



    With R8 Installed

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  • djmossm42
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    Shadowline Motorsport - LED Bulbs & Accessories

    Originally posted by eternal24k View Post
    Thanks! Cost of silicone caps?

    I will include them with your order no extra charge.

    Originally posted by bmwman91 View Post
    Do you know if the R8 H1 LEDs will fit the Morimoto Mini H1 7.0 projectors? I am running a set of those in some Depo Euro smilies. It looks like the heat sink base/rear of the bulb might be a tight squeeze. As usual with Xenons, the output diminishes as the electrode erodes, and I feel like LEDs might be the next big step forward with these, rather than new HID bulbs.

    I have fitted the R8 bulbs in a H1 mini style projector and they fit perfect. Mounting points and mating surfaces are usually standard. If for some reason they do not fit you can return them for a full refund. I will post a pic of the bulbs mounted in 2 different brands of Mini projectors.

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  • bmwman91
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    Do you know if the R8 H1 LEDs will fit the Morimoto Mini H1 7.0 projectors? I am running a set of those in some Depo Euro smilies. It looks like the heat sink base/rear of the bulb might be a tight squeeze. As usual with Xenons, the output diminishes as the electrode erodes, and I feel like LEDs might be the next big step forward with these, rather than new HID bulbs.

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  • eternal24k
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    Thanks! Cost of silicone caps?

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  • djmossm42
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    Originally posted by eternal24k View Post
    Have any pics of the best led bulb for Euro with H1s installed? Want to see how much modifications and how clean it looks installed.

    Thanks


    Hi,

    Hereís some pics from a recent customer.

    R8 H1/5000k




    Silicone caps to replace the stock cap are available. Will include necessary pigtails to make a clean connection.

    Thanks,
    Bryon




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  • eternal24k
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    Have any pics of the best led bulb for Euro with H1s installed? Want to see how much modifications and how clean it looks installed.

    Thanks

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  • djmossm42
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    Summer Sale!

    All bulbs $55 or Less + Free Shipping




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  • djmossm42
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    Originally posted by bimmerboy96 View Post
    Do you have any pictures of day/night time shots of your 8000k LEDs?


    Sorry I donít have any pictures of the 8000K.


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  • bimmerboy96
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    8000k

    Do you have any pictures of day/night time shots of your 8000k LEDs?

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  • djmossm42
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    Originally posted by Staszek View Post
    Nice how do I order!!


    Thanks, you can order here! http://store.shadowlinemotorsport.co...ulbs_p_39.html


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  • Staszek
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    Originally posted by djmossm42 View Post
    Yes that would be the way to go. I havenít tried modifying the standard caps to work with the R8 bulbs. But I think it would be a tight fit. The relays will work with HID as well. They also have the shield connector if you plan to do a bi-xenon retrofit.

    Thanks
    Bryon

    Apologies for the slow response times, I donít seem to be receiving post notifications.


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    Nice how do I order!!

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