LED H11 foglight bulbs
Upgrade your 04-05 & NC fog lights in either a true yellow or white!
There are a lot of bad LED bulbs out there. That's in large part due to the way that LEDs generate light - they're more directional. It's easy to jam a bunch of LEDs on a stick and claim high lumen output, it's something very different to make sure the light is going to the right place. We don't want to see Miata drivers rolling around with bad foglights, that just hurts everyone.
These bulbs are from Diode Dynamics and have a patented optical design that makes them work properly in your existing housings. This makes them a true plug and play and gives you light output you can use.
On top of that, they're designed to control heat as well as possible. On the highest power models, it isn't just a big heatsink, they're designed from the inside out to channel heat to the base, where a microfan dumps it. This makes them last longer than other bulbs - they've got a three year warranty. They've gone through full OE-style reliability testing.
Also, the yellow variant is a true yellow - not a sickly green color. It uses three LEDs to combine for a proper yellow color instead of just trying to filter a blue LED.
The H11 is the correct bulb for 04-05 & NC fog lights and is rated at 780 lumen. That's a good upgrade from stock.
The 1630 lumen version is really a headlight bulb but If you really want to go crazy, you can also use those high lumen bulbs in the fogs. Or if you have a car that needs H11 headlight bulbs, that's your go-to. Because they're headlight bulbs, they only come in white.
Like all our other Diode Dynamic offerings, they are designed and built in the US. Sold in pairs.
|Designed for:||2004 (non-MSM), 2005 (non-MSM), 2004-05 MSM, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015|
|Fits Exocet?||Information not available|
|California emissions||Emissions regulations do not apply|
|Proposition 65||Warning: Cancer and reproductive harm|
|Flyin' Miata exclusive||No|