Better/ worse I don't know, but you would have some change left doing the Moose install.
Ease of install if that's what your looking for or if you find doing the wiring a problem this might be for you.
skorp, I bought those second bulbs you posted. I was highly disappointed. They are worth the price of shipping. They are slightly whiter than stock and not as bright. They weren't worth the hassle if you ask me. Ive only seen one light bulb ever that came close to the look of HIDs without being HID and that was Sylvania zXe.
Dbcooper the first 130$ is supposed to be a stock plug and play just like the 150$ set duwop posted. Louisiana marine yeah thats what I was hearing just whiter. But for 6 bucks and all these others above a hundred id say you get what ya pay for me personally im getting the 6 d9llar bulbs. Im happy with my l8ghts just need to get rid of the yellow
Ive Bought a Plug and play HID kit from Dragon fire last year I sent it back.. I don't like the idea of rigging anything up for it to work not to mention the wires was too short.. Best bet is to wait on a LED fullhead light replacement.. I personally think the headlights are better than the Rhino and Teryx 750
The bulbs I got were the second ones skorp posted, the cheap ones. Not very bright at all. I cannot speak for the HIDs but if that picture is correct it looks like you would be doing pretty well in the brightness department with just those. The wheels are fine it just looks that way when I take photos too close to the machine. I will say one thing, aftermarket light bars are not to be overlooked. Mine is a fake wurton I got for $400 (48") and is about as bright as it gets. They sell various sizes and patterns of aftermarket bars that I feel would be a great option. Mine however was bought from a friend of a friend and I have no idea where to find another. I have a video of it but I dont know how to upload it.
Also saw some questions about rear light mounts. I made a mount from a short piece of 1/8" x 1" aluminum bar with two holes in it…..to get a little clearance away from my roll cage. I used the existing holes in the roll cage and existing bolts to mount the aluminum "extensions"…..then attached the lights. Worked pretty well. THe lights are well protected by the roll cage and the roof. Good location for me. Really like the light when loading up after ice fishing at night.