What is a H7R bulb?

H7R is a H7 bulb with added reflector strip for anti dazzling when used in a reflector headlight housing. These bulbs are manufactured to the highest quality with metal base, ceramic insulation, and silicone shielded connection wires. We offer these bulbs in 4300K, 5000K, 6000K or 8000K.

What is the brightest Philips headlight bulb?

Philips X-treme Power performance headlamp deliver up to an astounding 80% more light than standard halogens. Simply stated, they’re the brightest DOT approved halogen available. X-treme Power Bulbs deliver superior nighttime visibility with a powerful beam that enhances driver performance and driving safety.

Can you replace 55W bulbs with 100w?

Generally speaking no, a 55 watt bulb can not be replaced with a 100 watt bulb as the wattage is almost double and could cause serious damage to the vehicle’s electrical circuit.

Are Philips racing Vision bulbs road legal?

High-performance light approved for use on public roads Philips RacingVision GT200 headlight bulbs are ECE homologated for the road. Performance-oriented drivers enjoy a bright, vibrant and street-legal bulb compliant with relevant regulations.

Can I put a brighter bulb in my headlight?

The good news is that your car’s headlights can be just as bright. Stock halogen headlights can be converted to LED by using an LED headlight conversion kit. The conversion process is actually very simple since the LED bulbs fit right into your halogen housing and connect right into your headlight power harness.

Can you replace 55W bulbs with 60w?

When it comes to replacing old incandescent bulbs with LEDs, a common question that customers ask is: “Can I use an LED bulb that has a higher wattage equivalent than my fixture allows?” The simple answer is yes, as long as the LED bulb uses less wattage than your fixture.

Will LED bulbs melt my headlights?

LED lights aimed too high can blind other drivers, while LED headlights aimed too low don’t reveal enough of the highway ahead. They aren’t designed to melt snow off your vehicle’s headlight lenses.