Throwing LEDs in a reflector headlight is the same as running plug and play HIDs.
Glare everywhere.. Blinds other drivers.
OP, putting them in your projectors most likely will cause a really odd beam pattern and cutoff. Those are halogen projectors.
linky no workyKnowing nothing about them before, that adjustability sounds like an answer to the problems with a simple plug in that doesn't fit properly.
Would love to see how nice a beam they make, gotta try to look them up to see the design.
Reflector housings are designed for a quite particular light output from the bulb (almost a point source and shaded in one direction for lows) so I have to wonder how close to that the LED's come.
P.S. - these look like the ones mentioned:http://r.search.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0LEVv4ADCNWpGoAQlwnnIlQ;_ylu=X3oDMTE0cDMwczlsBGNvbG8DYmYxBHBvcwMxBHZ0aWQDUTRDVFJMMV8xBHNlYwNzcg--/RV=2/RE=1445166209/RO=10/RU=http://www.vleds.com/lmz-45-5k.html/RK=0/RS=dnFDWlE2jXP2VcTNdRQL4LSxuhs-
$35 U.S. each and they look to have that shielded point source I was mentioning!
Only worry is about cooling air flow, wonder how they do in a housing instead of sticking out the back of one. Internal to the housing in yours, right?
I know they are improving the technology as i type, but most of the reviews of LED bulbs is exactly that, weak spreadout or scattered lightNot quite as bright, but the only hid lights I have, are off-road spot lights, and they are bright as hell!(light up the road for Bout a mile ahead of me) I'm not sure how bright hids would be in the headlights, but I have a feeling it wouldn't be as focused as the LED bulbs, so you would lose a lot of light there!