01-04 Nissan Frontier CCFL Halo Projector Headlights + HID Kit - Black A projector headlight is one type of headlights that produces a stronger beam compared to most parabolic headlights. Projector headlights light a more focused area, providing fewer of what we called scatter loss. Their design is somewhat similar to a slide projector. Nowadays, this type of headlights is the most common for most cars and trucks since safety is the number concern of road users. In addition, our projector headlights also offer CCFL angel eyes, also known as CCFL halo rings. Many of the modern BMW vehicles have an LED ring that circles the low and high beam lights. These newly released ORACLE Halos are the best halo Kits produced for any vehicle thus far! This kit uses SUPER Bright ORACLE Cold Cathode Tubes which, unlike the other Halo Kits, can be seen vividly... even in Direct Sunlight! This is the most head turning mod for your money! These Halos have a life of over 50,000 Hours! More than twice the life of any other Demon Eye Kit on the Market! Headlights come with Ultra Bright Xenon HID Kit for Low Beam ( including 2x light bulbs, 2x ballasts, 2x secure mounting brackets, zip ties and all necessary wires for installation ), With 1 Year Warranty. Easy to install, professional installations are always recommended for those who are not familiar with the product. Made by OEM Approved Manufacturers With Quality Meet. Chrome Housing Clear Lens 2x CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Light) Halo 3x LED Projector Headlights With Amber Reflector. Fitment: 2005-2008 Nissan Frontier, 2005-2007 Nissan Pathfinder All Models HID Technology: HID (High Intensity Discharge) refers to lighting technology that relies on an electrical charge to ignite xenon gas contained in a sealed bulb. A regular halogen bulb uses a filament which can burn out in as little as 200 hours. HID bulbs are gas filled capsules that are rated for a lifespan of nearly 4500 hours. HID bulbs also shine much brighter due to this technology. Unlike halogen bulbs, HID's emit a type of light that closely resembles natural daylight and is therefore easier on human eyes. In fact, HID lights are currently use in most sports arenas, stadiums, and train stations worldwide.