Hey guyz, Just bringing up the topic of LED Light bulbs. I'm raising this issue following the installation today of a set of LED light bulbs on the daily 2001 Ford KQ Laser or a Mazda 323 BJ, they are basically the same car. So by now you are probably thinking... er… so what? Well, hang on, it's coming... Some background... I've had the car for about 5 yrs now and because OEM lights are crap, Phillips +130 lights have been fitted to it since then. They are good however they don't last very long. I have to change them on a yearly basis and they are quite expensive. So this time, following some research I tried the LED H4 HI/LO bulbs, just for a change. These... https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/CREE-H4-HB2-9003-LED-Headlight-Kit-Light-Bulb-Hi-Lo-80W-9600LM-White-6000K-HID/222746622007?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 They are designed not to blind oncoming traffic so I thought..."perfect" Upon installation, they were very bright but beam facing upwards in low beam, they were like 'High Beam' hmm..... I thought it doesn't look good. I put them to the test tonight while driving to the gym just down the road and immediately got flashed. Oh Dear... OK... bad idea LED I thought. Anyway, not one to give up, I compared them to the normal Halogen lights in the way they produce light and realised they were fitted upside down, ie… due to reflectors, low beam was actually high beam. Once they were turned 180° around 'BINGO' low beam focusing down low and then high beam was as it should. Driving around at night to see if anyone would flash and 'nobody did' - YES, happy OK, guys the difference in light output and clarity between Phillips +130 or PiAA or OSRAM or whatever compared to LED is ridiculous. LED is light years ahead. He,he.. I'm so impressed by this that my mind went straight to the Z afterwards which is currently sporting PIAA's everywhere. A few yrs back, we were all discussing HID's and how the 2000 spec lights are the ultimate for the Z and lusting over a set but @ 2k, should I say any more? I honestly believe LED's have come such a long way nowadays which leave all else for dead. They simply plug in to the existing harness, no ballast, no complexity. Also, LEDs are all 6000K brightness which if all the lights are changed, they all look uniform and nice and pure white. I'm watching these at the moment, H3C LEDs https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/H3C-LED-Light-Globes-Bulbs-CREE-50W-HiPower-6000K-Bright-White-Pair/172788900456?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649 What do you guys think about the Z with LEDs? Anyone done it?