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Are you guys still running relays for led headlights?
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I don't see that as necessary. If the headlight switch could handle the sealed beams it can certainly handle the leds amperage requirements.
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Are you guys still running relays for led headlights?
I"m running relays. My light's came with them so I assumed I needed them. I guess it's for the "switchback" option where the white halo turns to amber and blinks as the blinker.
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I got my Holley RetroBright LEDs installed this weekend... plug-n-play.

I got the modern bright white and can say that for normal driving conditions they are definitely and upgrade over HID headlights.

The HIDs have a yellowish old-school look while the RetroBrights that I went with have the modern bright white like my 2019 GMC Sierra.

The RetroBrights design also looks more like the OEM lights vs the nipple look of the HIDs FWIW.
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The Holley lights look very similar to stock. We have sold several and customers have been happy with them. They are also an easy install on Camaros/Firebirds.

https://screamingchicken.com/holley/

Below is a picture of stock and Holley side by side for comparison
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