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Old 12-19-2016, 06:13 PM   #1
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Want to test out our 7" Projector Headlights?



Are you good at installing new lights and doing a review? We got some lights we need our jeep guys to test out and put them through their paces.

The product is here with a few different options!

https://www.hidextra.com/razir-7-led...adlights-pair/
https://www.hidextra.com/razir-7-pro...thawk-edition/

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Oh you get to keep them for free

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Old 12-19-2016, 06:20 PM   #3
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Are you good at installing new lights and doing a review? We got some lights we need our jeep guys to test out and put them through their paces.

The product is here with a few different options!

https://www.hidextra.com/razir-7-led...adlights-pair/
https://www.hidextra.com/razir-7-pro...thawk-edition/
PM sent to you. Would love to give you some assistance.
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Old 12-20-2016, 05:37 AM   #5
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I would be more than happy to try either one and post a review.
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Nice Winter test for the projector headlight on the East coast with all the snow, ice and salt spray....sign me up
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I'm a pre-7am commuter on dark roads, I drive a Jeep, I English reel gud, so what's not to like?
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I'll give them a shot. Commute is dark both ways.
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I'd gladly do a review with data point testing. I can measure LUX on the beam pattern and have comparative data from other headlights that will give a review with specifics.

I'll PM a link to other reviews I have done.
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I'll be your huckleberry. If I don't like them I would happily send them back. If I like them I will let you know. I have been running trucklites for the last 3 years and love them.
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I'd love to give your headlights a go and write a review. The stock lights on the 16 JKU are weak and I've been thinking about switching them out. I've done some basic wiring but I'm by no means a pro. So, if you'd like the layman's point of view on the ease or difficulty of installation, that's right up my alley.
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Hey guys!

Thanks for all the interest! If you haven't already PM me then please do so I can keep a direct chat with you. We want the jeep community to know about this product and the best way is for actual drivers to put them through their paces and tell us what you think!
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Old 12-20-2016, 01:31 PM   #13
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With a newly licensed teen driver and our dark country roads in VA we would certainly review your product.

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Old 12-20-2016, 01:33 PM   #14
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Id like to give the LED ones a shot. Ive been looking around for some lately.
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I'll be your huckleberry. If I don't like them I would happily send them back. If I like them I will let you know. I have been running trucklites for the last 3 years and love them.
Please send me a PM.
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Looking forward to seeing the results. This upgrade has been a long time coming.
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Thank you for all the messages and interests! We have selected our guys. I will post them up asap once we have everything in concrete. Also, keep an eye out for future programs from us.

I appreciate you all so here is 20% off on your purchases. Use code WF20
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I'd love to help our and do a review I've switched to plain led headlight bulbs and can compare
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Sorry I saw this too late.
I spend 3 months in the winter in the Adirondacks upstate NY.
Constant lake effect snow, and -20 to -40 below temps.
The LED's I have ice up, and don't cut it in the storms.
I'm seriously thinking of switching to glass lenses and H4's.
Would have been a good test !
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Sooo found this on the door step this morning. I will not be able to get the install done until the weekend as right now we are in winter storm mode and the front of my jeep is covered in ice and slush. but here is a primer.

first impressions well packaged and complete. Simple instructions and for headlights that is all that is needed. The housings look well constructed and similar to Trucklites and substantially more beefy than stock. There are two vents on the back for moisture my recollection of the Trucklites is there is only one vent but it has been a while so until I remove them I won't know for sure. The bulbs look sexier than the Trucklites whether they perform better, worse or the same is something that I will find out shortly.










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Sooo found this on the door step this morning. I will not be able to get the install done until the weekend as right now we are in winter storm mode and the front of my jeep is covered in ice and slush. but here is a primer.

first impressions well packaged and complete. Simple instructions and for headlights that is all that is needed. The housings look well constructed and similar to Trucklites and substantially more beefy than stock. There are two vents on the back for moisture my recollection of the Trucklites is there is only one vent but it has been a while so until I remove them I won't know for sure. The bulbs look sexier than the Trucklites whether they perform better, worse or the same is something that I will find out shortly.
Nice! can't wait to see your install and review thread!
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Sooo found this on the door step this morning. I will not be able to get the install done until the weekend as right now we are in winter storm mode and the front of my jeep is covered in ice and slush. but here is a primer.

first impressions well packaged and complete. Simple instructions and for headlights that is all that is needed. The housings look well constructed and similar to Trucklites and substantially more beefy than stock. There are two vents on the back for moisture my recollection of the Trucklites is there is only one vent but it has been a while so until I remove them I won't know for sure. The bulbs look sexier than the Trucklites whether they perform better, worse or the same is something that I will find out shortly.
So are those leds, I thought they where going to be Hids, I guess I was just going by their name
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So are those leds, I thought they where going to be Hids, I guess I was just going by their name
Yes LED's. I initially thought the same when I first saw the name.
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Cool, I sent them a PM but nada.

Wanted to compare to my Tuff Plus/BEST LED projectors.
Look VERY similar to me. Happy with mine buy open to something better if I can find it. Mine now feel better than JWs.
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Sooo found this on the door step this morning. I will not be able to get the install done until the weekend as right now we are in winter storm mode and the front of my jeep is covered in ice and slush. but here is a primer.
Awwww, was hoping to see the NightHawk model, not the JWS style.

Still, will be interesting to see another take on a similar/known design.

Just thought the Nighthawks would offer more chance at a very different light pattern and performance.
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I have night vision issues and need to upgrade my lights
I would love to test these and give a honest review
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Yes LED's. I initially thought the same when I first saw the name.
Dang that sucks, oh well they probably going be about the same as the rest of the knock-offs like that. Sure would of liked to see some HIDs.
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Sooo found this on the door step this morning. I will not be able to get the install done until the weekend as right now we are in winter storm mode and the front of my jeep is covered in ice and slush. but here is a primer.



first impressions well packaged and complete. Simple instructions and for headlights that is all that is needed. The housings look well constructed and similar to Trucklites and substantially more beefy than stock. There are two vents on the back for moisture my recollection of the Trucklites is there is only one vent but it has been a while so until I remove them I won't know for sure. The bulbs look sexier than the Trucklites whether they perform better, worse or the same is something that I will find out shortly.























Testing here as well, I'll say this, so far the communication with HIDextra has been superb. And shipping from CA was super fast. Looking forward to a great experience!
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Want to test out our 7" Projector Headlights?

I have written reviews on the Quadratec Stealth LED (2 versions) and Tuff Plus headlights on WF. I take indoor photos of the beam pattern with a Leica Q camera (raw image file) and recently bought a laser rangefinder and professional lux meter for outdoor lux vs. distance measurements. Please let me know what you would like for tests and I will do my best to accommodate the request.
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Awwww, was hoping to see the NightHawk model, not the JWS style.

Still, will be interesting to see another take on a similar/known design.

Just thought the Nighthawks would offer more chance at a very different light pattern and performance.
I'll be testing the Nighthawk version, will post soon.

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