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I'm also from Umeň. I have done High beam LED conversion, no issues. Since it was an improvement but not good enough I also added the Vision X LED bar behind the grille. Check with Conrad at Bilspektrum.
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So, the new Tucson comes with LED Low beam and Halogen(!) low beam. At least the european spec. Not to be a grumpy old man (I really am ) but in the year of 2016 and soon 2017, not using at least Xenon feels a bit cheap to me.

I wanted to check with you guys if anyone have tried a HID conversion for the High beam? Make/model, Canbus issues, and so forth.

Or even better if anyone tried a LED conversion. To my knowledge though, the LED technology for easy retrofitting is still not there yet. Having said that though, I would love to be miserably put down as poorly informed and a non-believer!
One senile old fart to another. We can work this out together. I just bought a 17 Tucson too. HID's seem to be the best solution for these. I'm working on it myself currently.

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guys, you don't have stock HIDs in Norway, do you? Post pic how did you mount your LED bars....

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And can you tell us wich one it at AliExpress (Link?)...
What means the "R3"??
R3 is some kind of chinese brand I guess. Links below. Low beams need adaptor, however I think US model and European models are different. Everything fits inside the housing.


LED R3 9600lm Kit
https://es.aliexpress.com/item/R3-80...ryId=200000226

Adaptor European base model
https://es.aliexpress.com/item/2016-...608.0.0.soBvZk
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Thank you?

Are you from Spain? I am from Germany and i Need it only for High Beam.
Did you have any Errors?


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yes, I am from Spain!

This exact model (9600lm) does not provoke canbus error. Someone has posted that the stronger 11000lm version is different and needs error cancelers.
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I installed LED R3 9600lm (from Aliexpress, 40$/pair) on low and high beam (base model). For low beam you need adaptor, not needed for high beam, fit perfectly inside of housing, no canbus error.

Huge improvement over yellow stock halogen.
What is your adaptor because my hid adaptor dont look like good for fit led on it! Thanks for information

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Just ordered morimoto hids for low beam, hopefully it would plug nicely
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R3 is some kind of chinese brand I guess. Links below. Low beams need adaptor, however I think US model and European models are different. Everything fits inside the housing.


LED R3 9600lm Kit
https://es.aliexpress.com/item/R3-80...ryId=200000226

Adaptor European base model
https://es.aliexpress.com/item/2016-...608.0.0.soBvZk
can you shoot a pic how did you mount bulb on adapter plz.....
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I did it, swapped halogen to HIDs. Plz give yourself a good thumb up and get morimoto, as you gonna get what you pay for! There is my thread how-to-do it as well.

1. you need can bus HIDs
2. you need load resistors.
everything for both lights and morimoto`s are the best over cheap chinese stuff, at least they won't blow up in a week after installation.
I like the Morimoto stuff too. Did you use the harness? Or did you fit it with the resistors without the harness? Just wondering if it's all plug in.

What happened without the resister?

I may just do the Fog lights and leave the projectors as is for now.

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