PIAA 525 Series Light Kit Customer Reviews
16 Customer Reviews
A multitude of features ideal for today's trucks and SUVs! The PIAA 525 Series Light Kit combines several lamp innovations into one set of unique lights. The result is outstanding performance in any weather situation.
A dual H4 beam system. PIAA's Super Multi-Surface Reflector (SMR) technology for superior beam focus. Exclusive Plasma Ion low-beam technology for outstanding foul weather visibility. And a choice between clear or Plasma Ion amber high beams. Plus, PIAA's latest High-intensity LED technology for a glowing effect when the main bulb is off.
The PIAA 525 Series Light Kit includes 2 lamps with bulbs, a pre-assembled wiring harness with relay, an in-cab switch and 2 black mesh-style light covers. Installing the kit is a straightforward exercise with the detailed instructions, too. Best yet, your PIAA 525 Series Lights are backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
16 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Keith W (Magnolia, TX) Reviewed for a 1999 Ford F-250 — Mar 12, 2013 7:19 AM
I purchased 2 sets one for my 99 Ford F250 Super Duty & one for my 95 BMW R100 GS/PD. Installation was simple on the F250 plenty of room, and plenty of elec. power. Different story on BMW I had to fabricate barracks, not unusual installing big lights on a dual purpose bike, need to address the & upgrade charging system. Fit great on both, really light up the road on both fog & driving.
Reviewed by Kyle B (ANCHORAGE, AK) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Tacoma — Oct 14, 2012 11:28 AM
I bought these lights instead of two pair of a different brand inorder to save space on my bumper. The low beams(fog) are very yellow w/ nice spread, while the hi's are a great compliment to my halogen headlights. Very easy to install with 2 add-a-circuit kits from napa, took about 1 hour & $10. Adujstment was cake. Hardest part is fishing wires through the firewall. I fused them to the taillights under the hood, so the blue LEDs aren't on unless my headlights are on & the piaa's are off.
Reviewed by Gregory K (chicago, IL) Reviewed for a 2001 Jeep Wrangler — Oct 30, 2010 9:05 PM
these lights are a little on the high side as far as price but it's worth it. the l.e.d. lights look awesome and the dual beam works great. there is more than twice as much light now. they give you all the wire and harnesses you need, even zip ties are included. i have to re-tighten the lights down but that's the only complaint i have.
Reviewed by Chris S (Fargo, ND) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda Pilot — Apr 07, 2010 7:44 AM
I had these on my Honda Pilot but unfortunetly got into an accident and lost the cover to one in the snow. It was too bad because even the other one held up to the force of the accident and nothing broke they just got jarred loose. They are very sturdy lights. They also were very sexy so I had to order a new set.
Reviewed by Tyler H (Houston, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Silverado — Jan 27, 2010 10:58 AM
These lights are awesome in everyway but one. You cant control the LED glowing feature. The LED has to connect to either your Low or High beams so you cant really control if you want them on or not. Mine are hooked up to my low beams so every time my lights turn on they turn on. Though I have been told they are perfectly legal since it doesn't project light forward, I can definitely see a bored cop pulling me over for the hell of it. That being said they are still an awesome set of lights and a great buy.
Reviewed by Brendan S (Manasquan, NJ) Reviewed for a 2000 Infiniti QX4 — Aug 12, 2009 8:55 PM
These are a great set of lights. They are my first set of auxiliary lights and they are perfect. The dual low and high function make them able to handle anything. The covers for them are very easy to take off and seem like they can be prone to thieves. Other than that very good lights.