Join Date: Jul 2016
Location: Seattle, WA, USA
What you are going to get even if they fit, is a bulb in a reflector it wasn't designed for; same as when people try sticking HID lights in a Halogen designed headlights.
If you want to get serious about headlight improvement, Go to an HID complete projector system. This will replace the stock reflector with a projector that matches the bulb. The light from these hummers is amazing; much farther reaching and wider, lighting the sides of the road where you always have deer jumping out of the bushes on the twisty mountain roads.
There is no heating issues with HIDs as they run cooler then the Halogen you are replacing and the dims are not as bright in the eyes of on-coming traffic so you won't be pissing the cage drivers off anymore. HIDs are also available in a wide range of light color from yellow just like a Halogen to white, light blue, blue or into purple. I run whites because they are the best for vision and they don't piss people off. The public has become wary of colored lights because so many kids that couldn't afford a decent setup are running around blinding people with their cheap ass Chinese bulb conversions.
The dimmers on an HID don't even work with 2 elements like conventional bulbs. They work with a shade that flips down to cut half the light out. Anything else is blinding on-coming traffic. Go look at a complete setup and it will all become clear. It is a fantastic light. The only reason LEDs are being used is when installed in a computerized system like BMW cars are now developing, the light beam is manipulated to block light to the windshield only of on-coming vehicles and the section of blocking shadow actually moves with the other vehicle as it passes you. They are also directing beams around curves. They can't "segment" an HID beam to do that but LEDs lend themselves to this technology and that is the only reason LEDs have a future.