7″ Sealed Beam to HID Conversion


Evan posted a write up on the HID install on the Electosport blog today.  Posted here with permission:

For all of you classic car guys out there, you REALLY need this upgrade!

The Electrosport 7″ Sealed Beam to HID conversion is a huge upgrade on these older cars!
It’s an easy, < 1 hour install, and will work with any H4 bulb 7″ (5 3/4″ kits available too) sealed beam housings.  It easily doubles your lighting output, making your car safer to drive at night, while still looking stock!

We just installed our Premium 7″ HID Conversion Kit in my twin brother Ian’s 56 Pontiac Starchief.

Here’s some pictures of the install, and some before and afters.

Also check out the 7″ HID Conversion on my 73 Duster posted a couple weeks ago.
If you have an older car with 7″ or 5 3/4″ Sealed Beam lights, you need this upgrade!

Stock Sealed Beam Lights

Stock Sealed Beam Lights

Getting to Work

Getting to Work

HID Installed

HID Installed

Stock Sealed Beam

Stock Sealed Beam

HID on left, Sealed Beam on right.

HID on left, Sealed Beam on right.

Evan doing all the work, as usual.

Evan pulling the old light.

Finished!

Finished!

Ian

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