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http://bit.ly/1yTdrESHas Anyone Bought/Installed These I Was Looking To Buy Them This Week But Couldn't Find Any Reviews.
These Still Have A LED Eye Brow Nd I Ordered Them TheyvShould Be Here Someday Next WeekThese aren't the same spyder headlights that have been around for a while. Those have the LED eyebrow and the curved row of LEDs below/around the projector.
These ones look like a replica of the ST/Focus Electric projector but with a smoked lens. I've been waiting for feedback on the ST replicas as well. I like the blacked out look more than the smoke lens. I wonder how hard it would be to retrofit an HID projector into them. TRS makes a "retroquick" kit for spyder projectors but without opening these up, no way to know if they would fit.
Thanks For All The Info I Know Wen People Was Talking Bad It Was About The Older Ones Too But I Seen Reviews For The Other Headlights Except TheseLuckily I bought a pair and get to actually experience the 'bad quality' of Spyder headlights. It seems as if no one actually knows if the lights are crap or not. I haven't seen any evidence besides everyone saying the same thing which is what someone else had said. They also are usually referring to older versions of Spyders. I've looked long and hard on HIDP, along with other sources, and didn't find much but some discouragement and trying to tell someone the projectors aren't adjustable. When I sat them next to my stock lights, wasn't much difference between them besides the projector lense and leds. They feel nice and thick, and heavy. Not a light crappy plastic feel. I enjoy these headlights. And there can be a retrofit if you want to use your time doing that.
Was the kit with the HID plug and play? Did you have any bulb out errors? How is the output?I've got the black projector leds on mine. Honestly, they're beautiful on the car (my opinion!). I have Oxford White.. During the day, you're not going to see the LEDs. I installed Phillips DRL 8s once I saw they weren't visible. The LEDs however are very bright at night and look good mixed with the projector. Go to protuninglab.com and order the pair with HIDs. It's worth it.
I got negative responses from some of the guys here about the Spyder headlights and their assemblies but I'm pleased with them.
Putting the new projector headlights on were plug and go because they aren't HID, halogen bulbs instead. With the HIDs you have to order a relay harness so you won't get those errors.Was the kit with the HID plug and play? Did you have any bulb out errors? How is the output?