I immediately was excited about this one; mainly because out of all of the retro's I've done, a semi driver is someone who actually needs better lighting.
FX-R Bi-Xenon Projectors
55 watt D2S 6000k HID Bulbs
55 watt D2S HID Ballasts
Apollo V2 Shroud (Painted White)
Headlight Internals (Painted Black)
XB LED halos (white)(behind shroud)
Super Bright LED High beam headlight kit
Amber LED Strips in a 'half moon' for turn signals
Amber LED upgrade kit (turn signals and side markers)
Custom Triple Heavy Duty Relay harness
'Beefed up existing Fog Light HIDs'
13000 Lumen LED Pod Light bar
2 switches inside for the light bar and halos
This project was a 'different' one. Mainly because it was a semi. It won't fit in my shop, and the weather has been crazy (lows of 0 degrees). So I planned on doing the entire retrofit at a buddies shop...until I realized the Semi was 13'6" and the shop doors were 12'0". So I ended up doing this entire retrofit OUTSIDE....first day was 17 degrees second day was 30 degrees.....
The light output on this guy is simply ridiculous. The projectors threw a nice consistent beam and the high beams were very impressive. The high beam LEDs were more of an 'accent light' at this point. They would be brighter had I not painted the high beam area black...but that was the paint scheme. I would suggest these as DRLs for sure! The LED Pod Light Bar was simply breath-taking. For a 20" bar, I don't think at the moment you can find more light output than what this little guy did.
Here's a break down on lumens for this project:
Low Beam - 4000
High Beam - 600+2000
Fog Lights - 1000
LED Pod Light Bar - 13000
Total Lumen - 20,600 !!!!
I'll leave it at that!