|Item Weight||7.7 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6.1 x 5.78 x 2.32 inches|
|Item model number||13|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||JDM ASTAR-T1-H11-FOG|
|Mirror Lighting Type||Automotive-exterior-headlight-bulbs, Automotive-exterior-turn-signal-light-bulbs|
JDM ASTAR T1 H11 H16 All-in-One Upgrade Vision White LED Headlight Bulbs/Fog Light Bulbs
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- Enhanced downroad visibility with no added glare and no blinding on coming driver.
- Two bulbs per order. ALL IN ONE Style, non polarity design ,no extra driver needed
- Fit :H11 H16. Can be used as Headlight or fog lamp. Color: 6000K. Waterproof: IP65. Voltage:9V to 32V.
- Built-in automotive circuit to prevent electronic interference.
- Excellent 6063 aviation aluminum heat dissipation design for longer life span
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Ordered the new $90 HIKARI LED to see if it’s any better but the light spread on the JDM is better, doesn’t have any shadow effect and it has a better line so I don’t blind incoming traffic nearly as much.
Will update when I Install the others.
My major concern was would these LED lights interact with the reflectors and lens in the headlamp to produce a comparable beam pattern so as to provide sufficient illumination while not blinding other drivers.
I've added a photo to show the beam pattern projected onto a wall with the LED on the left and the incandescent on the right. The LED bulb produces a nearly the exact same beam pattern as compared to the incandescent with the exception of a slightly larger hot spot.
Looking straight on to the front of the vehicle shows that while the LED lights appear a bit brighter, they do not produce any excessive or atypical glare. In addition, while these LEDs seem to produce more light than OEM, it isn't excessive to the point where oncoming drivers would be impaired or cause the vehicle to entice any unexpected attention. In fact, it is comparable if not indistinguishable from headlamps on any modern vehicle made within the last few years.
Finally, the last picture shows that both LEDs were a good match to each other.
Installation was easy due to the pigtails that give you a bit of extra room to connect the car's wiring harness to the lamp. With the OEM incandescents, the connectors attach directly to the bulbs and can be a bit difficult to reach. Most importantly, although the space is tight on the passenger side, there are no clearance issues.
I've just installed these and can't speak to their longevity. The back of the bulbs have a small fan that moves air across the heat sink. I'm a bit weary of the fans but it seems most all of the LED bulbs also have them. I'll edit this review and report any issues or failures.
First off, if you like bright LED bulbs, then these are definitely that. They have good range, great light output, and comparable to other brands. However, they are no brighter than 7000 lumen bulbs from other manufacturers, so not sure what to think of that. Still, very satisfied with the throw of these bulbs, and in pitch black areas, I don't feel like I am overdriving the headlights at speeds up to 70mph.
If you own a FCA product, then you know these vehicles are notorious for having issues due to the finicky BCM. Our 2016 Ram 1500 (quad light setup with H11 bulbs) would require CANBUS adapters to work properly. I was hopeful that this bulb would solve that issue. I installed the bulbs and kept my fingers crossed.
Now, the Ram isn't my vehicle, so I don't drive it near as often as my wife does. That said, I would notice a flicker here and there during our short jaunts to the grocery store. I really noticed it the other day when pulling into the garage, I was getting a flicker every 10 to 15 seconds.
The final straw was my wife telling me it appeared the lights would dim, then get brighter on her drive to work. This is the flicker progressively getting worse. I promptly installed the CANBUS modules from my old bulbs, and she stated no more issues.
If you are installing this on a FCA vehicle, then beware you will probably need more parts. These aren't the problem free bulbs you were looking for.
Hopefully I'll update you with a 1 year review to let you know if they lasted through the worst part of our summer heat.