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Carid has them as coming soon. Preorder for release in November. Looks like they might get shown at SEMA this month.

Stumbled across his pic from the rockstar Colorado project truck. Guessing that is the design.





$397 each according to carid

Black Housing

https://www.carid.com/spyder/black-drl-bar-projector-led-headlights-mpn-pro-jh-cco15-lbdrl-bk.html


Black Smoke
https://www.carid.com/spyder/black-...ed-headlights-mpn-pro-jh-cco15-lbdrl-bsm.html

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Carid has them as coming soon. Preorder for release in November. Looks like they might get shown at SEMA this month.

Stumbled across his pic from the rockstar Colorado project truck. Guessing that is the design.





$397 each according to carid

Black Housing

https://www.carid.com/spyder/black-drl-bar-projector-led-headlights-mpn-pro-jh-cco15-lbdrl-bk.html


Black Smoke
https://www.carid.com/spyder/black-...ed-headlights-mpn-pro-jh-cco15-lbdrl-bsm.html

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Looks unique, but not a fan of the squared off U bar. Needs a little vertical angle to follow the light shape. Also, it looks like the U bar may be cold cathode.
 

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Have to pull the bumper to install? That's a bit of work. I wish the engineers who design vehicles were made to work on them - outside - in the rain - when it's 33 degrees - in shorts and T-shirts!
 

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I'll take 33F all day, it's currently 2F.

Nothing about the headlight replacement is easy: bulbs, or housing. Fortunately I've pulled the grille enough that it only takes a few minutes now. Hopefully you don't have to pop the friction fit clips out for this, that's the most annoying thing to wrestle back into place.
 

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Do these improve lighting at all? I was driving back from wheeling in Sonora last night and the stock lights on the zr2 suck.

My buddy in the passenger seat kept telling me to check to see if the lights were on.

High beam is ok. Plus I’m getting a light bar for when no ones around, but just regular driving low beam is horrific.
 

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Hi, the lights themselves are just regular aftermarket projector lights, though they feature very attractive design. If you want to improve visibility, it's important to equip the lights with the right bulbs.
These aftermarket headlights are not recommended to be useds with the HIDs. So if you want to set them up the way the manufacturer recommends, you have pretty much 2 options:
1) Get an LED conversion kit. We recommend optional Lumen kits as they come equipped with the CAN bus modules and do not throw those error codes;
2) Get good halogen bulbs. Sylvania Silverstars are deemed to give the best visibility, so we recommend them as a good alternative to those, who does not want LEDs, yet wants better visibility on the road.
One thing you need to know about the optional LED/halogen bulbs though. Bulb sizes of any aftermarket headlights are different from those you've got in the stock lights, so when ordering an upgrade, make sure to pick the right bulb size.
 
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