4300K-8000K HID Bulbs
H1: ACME StandardB-BLB-ACMEH1
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The Industry Standard: ACME H1 HID bulbs are precise, color-accurate, and most importantly: affordable!
Intensity: ACME H1 Standard HID bulbs bring accurate bright light to an otherwise generic marketplace out there. Prepare to see the road. All of it.
Precise Alignment: At the base of the glass capsule resides an accurate ceramic sleeve, which ensures the alignment of the capsule is exactly perpendicular to the base and ready for whatever!.
Value: We'll be blunt: for their price, you're not getting a better HID bulb than ACME Standards.
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BULBS: 2x ACME H1 Standard HID
WIRING: Housing cap pass-through
WARRANTY: 6 Months
APPLICATION: Street legal in the USA for Fog Light use. Not compliant with DOT / FMVSS108 and not street legal in the USA for Headlights. Certain specialty vehicles strictly limited to off-street use and not having DOT registration or license plates may use these products exclusively off-streets. International street legality varies by country. For detailed clarification on street use, go to CLICK HERE
HOMOLOGATION ECE: NO
DOT/SAE/FVMSS108: NO (NOT STREET LEGAL IN HEADLIGHTS IN USA)
BULB SIZE: H1
RATED LIFESPAN: 2000 Hours
RATED WATTAGE: 35W
4300K: Warm White (~3000 lm)
5000K: Pure White (~2800 lm)
6000K: Cool White (~2500 lm)
8000K: Crisp Blue (~2200 lm)
Best bang for buck
Pascal Radano Reviewed: 3/26/2018 8:51:20 pm
Bought these in 4300k for use with 55w Morimoto ballasts and ACME MIni H1 Standard projectors: they turned out great. I've since upgraded to Morimoto H1 bulbs. So if you're doing a budget build, these will do. But if you want the best bulb, spring for the Morimotos because there is a definite difference.