Quivering....you mean the output is kinda flickering or just not in the same spot consistently?
I've had cheap HID's do that, and no my TRS equipment does not.
And since the HID bulb is on the low beam and the DRL is on the high beam, this will have zero effect on your auto headlights.
Nah... its was just sort of quivering on both bulbs! Was Intermittent, but noticeable so I removed everything. Your right, the ballasts are likely Pieces of crap and would bother others and probably fail soon.
On another note, have tried the H11- H9 conversio
n this morning. Like you, I was concerned about the extra heat and longevity of the housing.
Making the 12 dollar bulbs fit was a piece of cake. I installed them and the output IS noticeably
better, even in daylight! Those extra Lumens really do matter don't they.
I then took my trusty laser temperature gun to compare temps and here is what I found after 10 minutes with HL on full current running in the garage;
H11 Maxed out at 210-212 degrees right at the very back of the bulb. Just off that it was a more reasonable 150-160 degrees and down to 106 on the rubber insulator.
H9 Maxed out at about 225 degrees right at the same location as the H11. and about the same 150-165 degrees and down to 106 on the rubber insulator.
The front lens felt a little warmer on the H9 but not too bad at all. What do you think about this? Difficult to determine what the temps are inside the projector. Does anyone know how much space for temperature Dispersal there is in there? Will it be okay? Has anyone done this already on the projectors in the 2011 or 2012. I think if it survives, it would do me very nicely, lights are now very bright and something I could live with if they don't destroy the housing or would I be better getting a kit from TRS?
Your thoughts are appreciated.