Yes another LED Headlight conversion question

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edclinliang
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Yes another LED Headlight conversion question

Ok, I know it’s a no-no to do any type of bulb conversion for a regular reflector based light housing in the auto world.
However being a LED flashlight enthusiast, I came across a new design that looks like it has true potential. It ‘s interesting at a minimum with the fact that it uses a dual large output Cree LED’s, they have a cooling fan, and uses a inline driver. Obviously there is the usual beam pattern issues, but I wanted to see what you guys think of these in general. And potential issues, what would design attributes need to be addressed to make them a possible viable option down the road
First off, here are the basic specs -
Bulb Socket:H4/HB2/9003 H13/9008(Hi/lo Beam)

H7 H11/H8/H9 9005/HB3 9006/HB4 (Single Beam)

LED Chips: With CREE XHP50 LED Chips
Wattage: 60W/Set,30W/Bulb
Lumen: 16000LM/Set,8000LM/Bulb
Color Temperature: 6500K Cool White
Work Voltage(V): DC 9V-32V
Current(A): 2.2A±0.3A
Working temperature: -40~ +80 Degree Celsius
Material: Aviation Aluminum 6063
Cooling: Opening Heat Sink + Built-in Fan
IP65 Rated Waterproof And Dustproof
Super Long Service Life: ≥30,000 Hours

The lens of some manufacturers novsight

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I bought the novsight headlights 9005 in March 2017, and it took a year to feel good.