CrystaLux XHP Series (12,000 Lumen) CREE LED Headlight Conversion Kit
Our CrystaLux XHP Series LED Headlight Bulbs offer the highest quality and materials available in an LED Headlight Bulb. Manufactured using 6063 alloy for the light bulb body our LED Headlight Bulbs offer the greatest heat dissipation available. Offering the best LED technology available from CREE our bulbs utilize the XHP50 / XHP70 LED chip. With 6,000 lumen of light output each these bulbs are sure to light up the road. The dual rolling, non-oil, high temperature durability nylon fans are built into the base of each bulb ensuring a long-lasting lifespan. The bulbs are offered in a 6500 Kelvin temperature rating to achieve that modern look of LED lighting typically offered on high-end luxury cars.
Our XHP50 Series Bulbs are designed to work well in all styles of headlights housings. Our XHP70 Series Bulbs are designed specifically for projection style headlight housings.
- Set of 2 bulbs. Each bulb has either two CREE XHP50 LEDs (XHP50 models) or one CREE XHP70 LED (XHP70 models).
- Available in the following bulb sizes: XHP50: H4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H13, 9003, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 9008, 9040, 9045, 9145, HB2, HB3, HB4 & HB5. XHP70: D1, D2, D3, D4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, 9004, 9040, 9045, 9145 & HB3.
- Light Output: 6000 lumens. Waterproof: IP65. Voltage: 12-24 VDC.
- 6500 Kelvin Rating. Offers you the look of a high-end luxury car.
- CANbus ready
- Includes a 2 year warranty against manufacturer defects.
Choose XHP50 for all standard headlights that utilize a halogen bulb and have a standard reflector.
Chose XHP70 for headlights with projection lenses with a lower shroud (a shroud/wall that blocks the light from shining upwards). If you have a single projector lense that your low and high beams shine from, you may have a shroud/wall that blocks the light from shining up when your low beams are activated but drops out of the way when you toggle your high beams. In this case choose the XHP50 lights and install the bulbs with the diodes at 3 and 9 o'clock. Otherwise with the XHP70 install the bulbs with the diode at 12 o'clock for best results.
CANBUS ANTI-FLICKER RESISTORS
Some newer vehicles may require a CANbus anti-flicker resistor as the LEDs use less current then typical halogen lights. This can cause lights to either flicker or go out.The CANBus Anti-Flicker Resistors place a load on the line and let your computer know your headlights are not out.
Input Power: L/36W, H/36W
Operating Voltage: DC12-24V
Luminous Flux: L/6000LM, H/6000LM
IP Rating: IP65
Light Source Model: XHP50 / XHP70
Color Temperature: 6500K
Heat Dissipation Theory: Aviation Aluminum 6063
Operating Life: >30,000 Hours
Operating Temperature: -40° F ~ 176° F
-(2) CrystaLux XHP50 or XHP70 LED Bulbs
-(2) LED Ballasts/Drivers
-(1) Installation Manual
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Added these to my Anzo housings on my 2015 f150 and love them. SO much better than the stock setup! Extremely bright but doesn't blind other drivers, would highly recommend in the Anzo housings!!
Installed the H11 in my Chevy Silverado and what a world of difference lights up the road like day time. Put the H13 in my snowplow lights and same result. Highly recommend these lights
though not used for a truck. i had been struggling with finding the right after market lighting system for my 2009 hyundai accent. BIxenon and other LED companies. This brand is by far the best. throws light like the incandesants but much bighter, high beams are noticable, and no modifications for installation.
Incredibly easy to install, incredibly bright, way better than converting to a new ballast!
I get people flashing me because they think my high beams are on...every time I have chuckle
[4x4TruckLEDs.com Response]: Make sure you adjust your headlights after you install aftermarket bulbs so that you don't blind oncoming drivers. Anytime you change bulbs you should always align your lights.
05 f150 install very quick and very very good product
I had a full HID kit on my 2011 F150 and was happy with that, so the 2018 F150 Halogen lights left me very disappointed. They flat out suck. So I did a full kit of Low/High/Fog XHP50s to replace them. Fairly easy install - you can get to everything from the back via the fender well. Take your time on the connections (don't crimp - solder and heat shrink), buy the extender boots and put the ballast outside the boot. Then use ForScan to set "Bambi mode" up. Make sure you adjust your low beams to avoid blinding others, and don't use Bambi Mode with oncoming traffic. The difference is huge - I now have lights that are truly fantastic. Time will tell how well they hold up. Four stars since nothing is perfect - the extender boot install is a bit cheesy since you have to cut a hole in it.
The LED's are like from night to day compared to stock. And the color of the light match the outline of my f150 Anzo head lights. No complains at al,l yet I only had them for about 1 week.
I love the presentation where it comes from, I even put the decal on my truck ;)
That's right kids, apples to oranges comparing LED's to Halogens. On the F150 it's a pain to install only cause you have to take the entire light housing out to replace a bulb. Kinda lame on Ford's terms. But the LED's are awesome and will last the lifetime of your truck. I installed the ballast relocator and the resistors so not having to go and do that procedure again.