50% OFF all LED HEADLIGHT Kits!
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Brightest LED headlights on the market! Light up the darkness with StandOut conversion kits. Easy to install, plug-and-play kits. Durable design, heat-resistant and waterproof!
Outperforms and outlasts even the best HID kits!
LED Quick Guide:
Single Beam Lights
H1 | H7 | H10 |H11 | H16 (EU) | H16 (JP)
9005 | 9006
Dual Beam Lights
H4/9003 | 9007 | H13 | 9012
Don't know your bulb type? That's okay, we can help!
What's the difference between single-beam and dual-beam headlights? And how do I choose the right one for my car?
Single beam bulbs are used for a single purpose. For headlights, they will function as either low-beam, or as high-beam; not both. For fog lights, single beam bulbs are the only bulbs used.
Side note: Daytime running lights (DRL) and high beams are typically shared in the same bulb.
Dual beam bulbs function as an all-in-one, providing both low-beam headlights and high-beam headlights. So if you accidentally buy single beam bulbs in vehicles requiring dual beam, you'll end up have no high-beam headlights when you need them.
How to choose? It's simple. Turn on your regular, low-beam headlights. Take a look at the bulb and it's position in the headlight assembly. Then, flip the switch and turn on your high-beam lights. Is light coming from the same bulb?
If yes, your vehicle uses a pair of dual-beam bulbs. (Total of 2 bulbs)
If no, your vehicle uses a pair of single beam bulbs for your low-beam lights, and a separate pair of single beam bulbs for your high-beam lights. (Total of 4 bulbs)