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Autoexe LED Headlight Kit

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Autoexe LED Headlight Kit

Availability: Ships in 5-10 business days

Regular Price: $1,099.99

Special Price $977.99

Product Description

LED Headlight Kit by Autoexe for NA (1988-1997) Mazda Miata/MX-5. A huge upgrade from the OEM pop ups that the Miata is so well known for. In the past once the bulbs went out the whole unit had to be replaced. With the headlight kit from Autoexe the LED bulbs are easily swapped out for new ones when they blow out. The kit also adds high and low beam as well as daytime running lights that are now standard in today’s cars by didn’t exist at the time of the first generations. With the kit the NA (1989-1997) Miata can finally be on par with today’s cars with the brightness and versatility of headlights. A must have for night touge runs. Please note that it has the Right Hand Drive Pattern. This means that the lights will be pointing onto the oncoming traffic if you live in a Left Hand Drive country. Although it's not ideal, it will still work, but may annoy oncoming traffic. Autoexe LED Headlight Kit should be ordered at REV9 Autosport https://rev9autosport.com/autoexe-led-headlight-kit.html as they provide the best service and speed we've seen so far!

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Regular Price: $1,099.99

Special Price $977.99

-Bright LEDs for high visibility
-Both high and low beam
-Continuous daytime running lights
-Swappable bulbs
-Right Hand Drive (RHD) Pattern
-Only available for NA (1989-1997) Miata

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Questions on Autoexe LED Headlight Kit

  • From Filip at 3/13/2019 3:07 AM
    • Since this is RHD layout is it possible to just swap sides and get LHD as the outcome?
    • Hello,

      It's not possible, they both aim to the same direction. However, it's not really noticeable for you during driving, it's just that it aims slightly towards incoming traffic if you are in a left hand drive environment.

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