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Model Name: 4×6 led headlight New Car LED Strobe Flash Warning light. Compatible with: All automobiles and devices equipped with a 12 Volt DC power source. Used on Police,Fire and EMS,Commerical Trucks, Security Vehicles, Construction Vehicles, Emergency Vehicles etc
Lamp with Clip ,Easy Mounted on the Grille flasher. LED Lamp Quantity:4pcs LED Lights. LED In each lamp: 6 pcs 1W High Power LED. Working Voltage: 12V. Output Power: 24W
3.0 LED Headlight Kit Review
The new 3.0 Stroke LEDs are a nice refresher to the old 2.0 model, and we were excited to get this in our lab for testing. We watched the promotional videos by Morimoto, and while we are always skeptical by marketing, we tend to see results in line with the claims from the Morimoto group.
As a quick reminder, 4×6 led headlight we are an unbiased testing group, dedicated to bringing you actual results. We purchased a set of 2Stroke 3.0’s to ensure nothing what cherry picked. Now let’s get into it
The 2Stroke 3.0s really shine when it comes to reflector style headlights. They use the smallest size diodes we have seen yet made by OSRAM, and have particularly low spacing from side to side. What does this mean though in terms of performance? Performance goes hand in hand with the beam pattern and hotspot, particularly a good spread of light as well as a long throw of light from the headlight (distance).
The low beam peak lux was 1022 at 25 feet (compared to our control halogen bulb at 373 lux), which amounts to 174% additional distance, or over 2.5X light throw. While they don’t take the #1 spot, the beam was so perfect, they are still strongly recommended. Our beam score is initially set 5 stars, but the Morimoto’s really raised the bar in terms of beam pattern. We have again seen nothing like it and would be fooled to think the original halogen was installed but with an upgraded color and output of course.
High beam performance was about on-par with other top LEDs at 1821 peak lux (vs 876 from halogen at 55w). This should bring your viewable distance to about 2X the distance, or 108% additional throw. If you utilize your high beams enough, we would highly recommend the upgrade. Generic and cheaper LEDs typically fall short in the high-beam category, but the 2Stroke 3.0s don’t disappoint here. Beam pattern is also great in the high beams and keep a tight and strong hotspot like halogen putting down the light where it matters the most.
When it comes to projectors, we were just as excited due to the incredible diode design, but unfortunately the 2Stroke 3.0s fall short due to the handle design. While it works great for reflectors, they performed poorly in our various projectors.
In terms of low beam performance, they brought in 314 lux (vs 230 lux in a halogen). In a high beam projector (both standalone and bi-halogen) they brought in less light over halogen. This is more typical though for LEDs due to projector design, and only a few LED products we tested actually outperformed halogen.
Color temperature 4×6 led headlight is always a strong suite of Morimoto. The claim is the same 5500k from their last model 2Stroke 2.0s, but where the 2.0s cam in near 5250k, we tested the 3.0s at 5300k. Pretty close, and discernable between the two.
We are in love with the lower color temperatures when it comes to LED, as a color closest to 5000k will bring a nice pure white tone with no blue whatsoever, and with the Stroke 3.0s you’ll be hard pressed to find much blue at all.
A lower kelvin color temperature is better for ‘overall’ weather, or ‘inclement’ weather as it’s often mentioned. There is a lot of debate on what the best color is, but we see LEDs in factory headlights typically arrive around 5250k (Mercedes likes to go the blue route to stand out), and there much be a reason for it.
Morimoto skipped the lumens fad and focused on the beam output. The 2Stroke 3.0s came in at 2025 lumens per bulb, or just over 4000lm per kit. This was after 5 minutes of runtime and mild cooling. They don’t come close to something like the DDM Tuning SaberPro 50w model at over 6000lm per bulb, so don’t expect a blast of light, but what they do right they do well, which is again the beam.
Oddly, their claim was 2600lm per bulb, so they fell short on their claim there. Of course various test procedures will yield different results, but we can confirm that our lumens test is a bit generous overall.
4×6 led headlight diodes used in the 2Stroke 3.0s are again made by OSRAM, in particular the Oslon Black Flat S model, which is brand new to the market. We are not sure if Morimoto has exclusivity with these or not, but I wouldn’t doubt that others try to follow suit later on, much like the Philips Lumileds fad.
Power draw is a meager 22.6 watts per bulb, which isn’t a bad thing of course. The benefit to a lower draw is the potential to keep the diodes cooler (in addition to the on-board cooling system of course). Their claim is 22w/bulb, which was spot on.
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