50W P13W 12277 Amber CSP LED Headlight Foglight Driving DRL Light Upgrading Bulb
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To an avid gearhead just getting into car mods, the first major light upgrade that comes to mind is the headlights. Headlamps output the most light so they are the most visible and the easiest to show off. Halogen lights are becoming a thing of the past and it's time for yellow LED to shine. An upgrade for the future needs to use the most updated technology so if you're looking to keep your car looking fresh, you want to get the CSP powered LED headlight bulbs!
This is a pair of LED headlight bulbs powered by CSP LED chipsets made to fit the following bulb sockets:
- P13W, 12277, or 12278
Ideal for upgrading from halogen bulbs, these powerful 3000K LED light bulbs emit a combined 50 watts (8000 raw lumen equivalent) of golden yellow light between the two bulbs and can be used in headlights, daytime running, and fog lamps. Using advanced CSP LED technology, each gold yellow LED headlight bulb feature a smaller illuminated surface on the light bulb so you get a more focused beam pattern with brighter lighting output.
The pure aluminum heat sink absorbs heat using its fluted heat dissipation design and a larger heat dissipation area. The aluminum is cold-pressed, staying 40% cooler than standard light bulb heat sinks so the LED light bulb lasts longer. The 50W 3000K CSP LED headlight bulbs shine with a narrow light emitting surface, mimicking that of stock halogen bulb's beam patterns as opposed to other products' circular surface emitting pattern.
With CSP powered LED headlight bulbs, you'll be able to bring your car a modern look that will last well into the future!
- Bulb size: P13W 12277 12278
- Powered by double-sided CSP LED chipsets; both bulbs emit a combined 50W with equivalent 8000 raw lumen lighting output
- Perfect for upgrading from halogen headlights, fog lights, or daytime running lamps
- Re-designed beam pattern with a narrow light emitting surface; mimics factory halogen bulb beam pattern rather than other products' circular surface emission