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    High Beam Upgrade

    Any suggestions for upgrading the stock bright bulbs in a 2013 Charger R/T? I have HIDs for the low beams, which are great and white, then the brights turn on and they're a dull yellow, barely helping overall visibility. Upgraded to Silverstars years ago in the Magnum, those worked well. I'd be fine with that for this car, HIR/LED seems more complicated than its worth. One concern is if they're too bright, they might mess with the auto-brights feature which I could live without, but would prefer to have it working.
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    I have SNGL LED bulbs for low and high beams and happy with them! I can finally see clearly at night and sure the new headlights also help allot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PSJanis View Post
    Any suggestions for upgrading the stock bright bulbs in a 2013 Charger R/T? I have HIDs for the low beams, which are great and white, then the brights turn on and they're a dull yellow, barely helping overall visibility. Upgraded to Silverstars years ago in the Magnum, those worked well. I'd be fine with that for this car, HIR/LED seems more complicated than its worth. One concern is if they're too bright, they might mess with the auto-brights feature which I could live without, but would prefer to have it working.
    We've had a few forum members upgrade their 9005 high beam bulbs to our plug n play Xtreme Pro 9005 LED Kit which is about 20-30% brighter than a standard halogen bulb. Check out the awesome results below:


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