Ooops, do I need to change my signature??? I'm on my sixth Accord. First one was a '78 but I was in my mid-30s with two small kids. And, oh yes I did have two Civics when my daughter was in college, but they were four door wagons with Realtime 4WD that I'm sure no HS kid would get caught dead driving to school.That's why I can't stand Hondas. Any of them.Their drivers start as HS teens with Civics and then they "move up" to Accord ?
But did you had them "stanced-and-dragging"?I did have two Civics when my daughter was in college
Same as I believe your LED in reflector headlight not blind oncoming traffic.Did you say you were from Mars? I believe it. This is one of the most absurd generalizations I heard in a long time. Getting difficult to believe anything you're spouting. I was interested at first, but it seems you're getting more and more out into left field.
Have a good day.
99% yes! Because LEDs can't repeat halogen bulb focusing lightSo one car blinded you, might have been an LED issue, might have just been out of alignment. ALL LEDs in reflectors MUST be blinding oncoming all drivers, according to you!
Have a good day.
Please post few examples here to confirm adequate beam patternHundreds of thousands who've swapped over to LED are proving you wrong. Sorry.
Have a good day.
So only you have the IQ to correctly judge that the hundreds of thousands of cars that have been converted over to LED are throwing the correct pattern. OK! Well I guess that "they" all must just be looking at "shiny stones".Pos
Please post few examples here to confirm adequate beam pattern
Your hundreds of thousands just know led is bright, they have no enough IQ to understand about light beam pattern, focusing, oncoming traffic etc. They like first nation in America when European sailors open new continent and buy gold for cheap mirrors and other shiny stones. Because they was bright and shine! In few centuries now nothing changed, only sailors replaced by Chinese manufacturers of LED bulbs ?
Have a good day and stop promote this bulbs without DOT certification
No-no. OEM made LED and install that bulb in specific built headlight are great. Some of them actually blind other drivers more than halogens, like Civic or previous gen Corolla. But they tested and certified so no problem. I'm talking about "made in basement by 8 years old kids in China" $10 LED which you guys buying here for $200.Let's just face it folks, Dim's mind is made up and no evidence or experience will change two basic facts:
1. ALL halogens are superior to ANY LEDs.
2. ALL LEDs blind other drivers.
End of discussion!
Meantime I'm absolutely LOVING the LEDs on my F-250 and you couldn't pay me to go back to halogens.
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Not understand what happened with left lamp high beam on picture but in second shots closer to garage door beam pattern good.
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Right headlight assembly I found at local shop. Probably it's sit there for a while without bulbs and some dust go inside on reflector. Tried take plastic cover off and clean but looks like I would just brake clips so left headlamp non touched.
Anyway gave them polish with Mothers Aluminum paste, Meguair Ultimate compound and Meguair PlastX. Probably need go with 2000-3000-5000 sandpaper one more time.
But overall happy with result.
Before I saw not much difference driving with headlights on streets with street-light. Now headlight give much more light on road