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Hi all,

I just wanted to post the results of my recent purchase of Lasfit LED headlights. The Low beams are about the same due to the low beam projectors but the high beams are substantially brighter. I really like the white light.

Here are the ones I bought:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B081BDCCGJ

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01EYQ86A6

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Low Beams:
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High Beams:
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Headlight Covers:
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They fit with the stock covers but I upgraded to aftermarket covers so more air can circulate. The covers are the same as F-150.



Here are the headlight covers:




Cheers,

Josh
 

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The LEDs on my Titanium are perfect, IMHO.
 
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Right, this is for SE models.
 
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Hi all,

I just wanted to post the results of my recent purchase of Lasfit LED headlights. The Low beams are about the same due to the low beam projectors but the high beams are substantially brighter. I really like the white light.

Here are the ones I bought:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B081BDCCGJ

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01EYQ86A6

View attachment 78282 View attachment 78283 View attachment 78285



High Beams:
View attachment 78284


Low Beams:
View attachment 78286


Booby Covers:
View attachment 78287


They fit with the stock covers but I upgraded to aftermarket covers so more air can circulate. The covers are the same as F-150.



Here are the booby covers:




Cheers,

Josh
The first thing I did was purchase Lasfit LED lights for high/low and fog. If I could avoid hyper flash I would change the turn bulbs.
 

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@Rolias81 how easy is it to do the fog lights? I want LED headlights and fog lights but my concern is how to do the fog lights without having to remove the bumper
 

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@360alaska have you got your high and low beam pictures mixed up in the first post?
 

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@360alaska have you got your high and low beam pictures mixed up in the first post?

Darn it, you're right!


Now that I also have a Titanium, here is a comparison:


SE With Led Low Beams
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Titanium LED Low Beams
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Titanium Low Beam Pattern
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SE Led Low Beam Pattern
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They've got a good cut off point with the LED upgrade which is great. Some I've seen you'd be causing glare to oncoming drivers.
 

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They've got a good cut off point... (no) glare to oncoming drivers.
Ford aims them well. That's not as common as you'd think....
 

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@360alaska Thanks for the post! Are any other parts needed for the LED conversion? Are there any other LED conversion kits that you recommend with brighter low beams? The stock halogen low beams seem a bit dim to me without street lighting, so I am looking for a brighter alternative.
 

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Nah, you just need those 3 things. To be honest the low beams are about the same with the LEDs. The highs are where there is a substantial difference. Maybe you would be better off with hid lows and led highs. Anyhow you also need to make sure the aim the less correctly. They will go in two ways, one way the leds will be at 12 o’clock and six o’clock but I think you want them at 3 and 9.
 

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In general HIDs are better with a projector lens and LEDs are better with a reflector.
I recommend a 5000k bulb color (the higher the color temp the less visible light you get) for both and a 35w ballast (not a 55w) for the HID. A 55w can cause heat damage to the headlamp housing over time.
 

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Good day everyone,
Happy holidays to all. I found this forum and purchased these LED lights for my 2020 Escape SE.
They work fine however, My DRL's don't seem to be working now. Anyone have this experience? Any solutions would be welcome.

Thank you all for your time,

Wade
 

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Do you mean the led strips? They work fine for me.
 

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Can someone recommend a good LED to put for my 2020 SEL. Also had anyone changed the fog lights to LED? If so was it easy or do you have to take off the bumper?
 

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These leds should work for any escape halogen headlights.
 

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I don’t see the lumens spec in the listing. Try it! Let us know what you think.
 
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