I do a ton of night driving, and I see a lot of very badly done light replacements, so I'd like to ask for a favor. Get into another car after it is 100% dark and have someone else drive at you in your Honda in various situations and assess if there is any excessive glare to oncoming drivers from the new bulbs. IMHO, only if there is no excess glare should it be considered a good upgrade. Just because you see better does not mean it is not bad for other drivers. If the sides of the road are now much better lit, that is often a good sign of a bad glare situation for the oncoming drivers.
There are a cr**load of very badly made replacement bulbs out there; the biggest error is placing the light source at the wrong point within the lens assembly, and throwing light out at the wrong angles where it will tend to blind oncoming drivers. But there are other ways in which these can 'ruin the beam pattern and cause bad glare; not having the proper vertical cut-off of the projected light beam for a low beam is another common issue.
I cannot say if your new ones are good or bad for glare; only an objective assessment from another car can tell.
The new bulbs have been in for about two weeks, I know some of the issues with LED's so I'm very cautious. First thing I do is take measurements off my garage door, height and width to make sure the beam is not higher than the factory bulbs. Considering I've done a lot of driving at night the last two weeks and no body has flashed me I think I'm good. The high beams which are very bright I only use on back roads with no oncoming traffic. And yes, bulb angle placement is critical. Its one of the first things stated in the paperwork. LED's MUST be 3 and 9 o'clock. Finally I take it over to my mechanic and let him put it up on his headlight tester
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