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CORKSPORT Fog Light Kit

 
Price: $54.99
Price in points: 55 points
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Add a functional modern style to your Mazda with the CorkSport LED Fog Lighting Kit. With an output similar to that of most HID light kits in the 6000k color range, the CorkSport LED Fog Light kit replaces the incandescent fog lights with the modern sleek look of blue/white LED’s.

The CorkSport Advantage:

  • Kit includes 2 bulbs: 23 LED’s in each. 20 on the sides and three on the top
  • 6000k Color Range: Each bulb is 6000-7000k. Very white with just a hint of blue
  • Easy to install: Upgrade your lighting with no custom adapters or wiring required
  • Generate less heat: LED’s have a lower power draw* and longer life than standard bulbs
  • CorkSport Service and Support: Receive full color installation instructions, all of the needed installation hardware and knowledgeable telephone support

  • *Due to the low power draw, this lighting kit is not recommended for use as headlights



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Very pleased with these lights. Came well packaged, took me 10 minutes to install and match my 6k hids perfect!!!!! Definitely makes the car look better at night vs the stock fog light bulbs
Looks great over stock! Bright for LED's (don't run as headlights) and I love the color !
I have tried a few different lights before but these are the best by far. They match the headlights very well. Only thing is that when I am running them and turn on my brights they shutdown. This may be due to the lower current draw and can be fixed with a bit of wiring. All in all this was a great buy.
After installation, very noticeable classy difference in the way the car looks. I am currently set up with 6000k headlights and these fog lights which are ~6500k. Still looks very smooth. I would highly recommend.
Edit: I should note that I installed these at 5:15 am, on the top of an apartment complex's five story garage. So really if you can just lift the car a little then install could be down to like.... 10 Minutes max without fear of accidentally ruining the LEDS.

A week later and I still don't regret installing these bad boys. Am currently looking for lowbeam headlight bulbs (and possibly high beam & slightly higher grade DRL's) to compliment the fogs.
Just finished Installing these on my 14' M3 SGT and then took her for a test drive. First of all, As usual Corksport makes it super easy to install. The instructions are clear, to the point, AND have pictures. Me being a visual person this is really important for any project I'm doing.

Install wasn't as easy as anticipated. The drivers side was a breeze, while the passenger side took me probably twice as long. I'm not sure if its my model or what but there was a large fluid tank in the way that blocked me from being able to reach that Bulb. Took some finagling but I got it in w/o damaging the LED (By some miracle) and would definitely like to know if there was an easier way to do this in the future in case something does go wrong with the Passenger side LED Fog light.

As far as looks go-Literally the first exterior mod I've done to the car and I must say-with the SGT Headlights the kit REALLY just completes the front end of the car. They're just a little brighter (7000k) than the headlights so theres a small light difference BUT the fact that they essentially match the DRL's inside the headlights makes them look incredibly high end. Looks wise I am completely satisfied with what this kit has done for my car. In hindsight, Im kicking myself a little bit for buying the interior LED kit before this one. Looking at my car overall now, with both equipped. Couldnt be happier.


In the spirit of honesty, these dont really throw up that much more light in front of you. I use my fog lights 24/7 so using this kit to turn them into secondary DRL's was a must. However I could definitely see someone looking for increased light being thrown up on the road being unsatisfied.


Thank you again Corksport for fueling my newfound obession. ZoomZoom
The fog lights are a must get before you get anything else. They look a lot better than the factory fog lights. I also see a lot of people saying they can't tell the difference from the stock fog lights and the reason is because they are there so people see you driving in fog and rain and snow easier. That's why they are a different color from the head lights. They are all style purposed if you get these fog lamps
They work amazing and I got the led Replacement bulbs for the inside the car and These fog lights Paired with my HID and other LEDs make the car look so much cleaner and gives it a nice touch I Highly recommend them
Color matches factory HID head lights. Looks good. They don't put out as much light as the factory fog lights. But I converted my parking lights to LED and wanted all white lights.
Looks great. Matches HID lights pretty close. Don't work great in fog but stock ones didn't either. Worth every penny still.
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Please add a lumen output. Color temperature means nothing without lumen output. This is coming from someone that works with lighting on a daily basis at work. Thank you.

Asked by Gary Zirk | 02/25/2016, 09:10 AM | 1 answer(s)

I'm wondering how many watts on this fog light?

Asked by Alex Chiu | 02/18/2016, 10:30 PM | 1 answer(s)

Was just curious as to the Lumen output?

Asked by Coulter McGraw | 11/09/2015, 02:03 AM | 1 answer(s)

Since they are H11 bulbs could i use them in my DRL lights ? I already have a pair for my fog lights and wanted to have the same color match for the DRLs. I have the 2015 iTouring 3 so if these would not work do you have any recommendations ?

Asked by Damian Kopec | 03/15/2015, 10:29 AM | 1 answer(s)

Since I don't have HIDs, I don't care about 'matching' the color, but I do want brighter fog lights. Are these brighter than stock bulbs (lumens)? Also do you have any pictures of how much light these throw compared to stock bulbs?

Asked by Steve | 01/15/2015, 09:13 AM | 1 answer(s)