I bought a set of these 9007 bulbs and modified them quite a bit. The metal shields you see around the front low beam can be unbolted with an SAE sized (not metric) allen key and the shield portion cut off with a dremel to create an unobstructed output from the low beam LED. I then screwed the metal pieces back together as I think they help squeeze the LED's against the heatsink.
I pulled the head lights out. Then I modified the black plastic mount to get rid of the detent ball functionality. This allows easy movement of the bulb to find the right pattern.
I then added some thin aluminum from a can to wedge in and create some resistance so I could move the bulbs in and out as well as rotate them to get the best pattern. A single folded piece seems to do the trick.
Here is the drivers side location.
And here is the passenger side. You can see different depths and rotations. I tailored each bulb to each headlight housing.
I then carfully removed each bulb and added a few drops of super glue into the other 3 detent holes to lock it into position.
Then to seal the rear, I ditched the skinny rear o-ring which won't work anymore and I filled the gap with high temp copper rtv. I let them sit for a half day to make sure the super glue dried thoroughly and the RTV would set up mostly. Longer would be better, but I was limited on time.
After drying, I put the locking rings on then screwed the heatsinks almost all the way down. I left a few threads, positioned the set screw to the top and locked it into place. Then I put the bulbs into each housing and popped the headlights back into the car.
NOTE: (With the headlights in the car, you have to unlock the heatsink set screw with a tiny allen key and spin the heatsink off to get the bulb in and out of the housing. So make sure the set screw is always facing straight up.)
Wiring is plug and play, no relays needed. It uses a tiny voltage box smaller than a pack of cigs. Each bulb only uses 23w. No startup like HID and no high current consumption like when the HID's are starting,
Now I have a super bright light with a factory beam pattern on low.
High beam is not so good. Since the high beam LEDs are in the wrong location they basically scatter creating a flood pattern. This is great for slow driving in a dark area, but not so great for high speed night driving. I decided to live with it because it's not so bad at all, plus I can see really well with the low beam. Better than the HID projectors even. I may add a spot beam auxillary light to act as a high beam later.