My experience just tells me that the wide space between the two LED chips will cause some light pattern issues, but I might be wrong.
Each LED chip is 120 degrees angle. Usable angle is even a little less than that.
So having two chips sitting opposed to each other separated by a piece of metal of about 4 mm... just I find it hard to believe in great results.
120+120=240. 340 degrees is the total coverage you get from HID or halogen (-20 degrees for the shadow from the filament support or electrode in HID). LED seems to be missing 100 degrees.
But again - go and try it.
I got Morimoto LED and ended up returning them.
Went to HID. Still the best PnP.