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or instead of a kit, you can just get HID Bulbs to replace your stock ones. LoL
I can't even start to explain how wrong that is.
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I can't even start to explain how wrong that is.
Explain, because I was going to buy them. A few friends have them.
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HID is more then just a bulb swap. They are totally different then halogen bulbs and need more then what the stock wiring does. They have to be ignited and on and on. You are looking at ricer blue bulbs on eBay aren't you.
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HID is more then just a bulb swap. They are totally different then halogen bulbs and need more then what the stock wiring does. They have to be ignited and on and on. You are looking at ricer blue bulbs on eBay aren't you.
Yeah.
I was looking for a plug and play. My crotch rocket came with a HID Kit, but only for one side of the headlights. It looks funny (but kind of cool) with 2 different colors.
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OH godd, my smoked headlights came with these BLUE XENON BULBS. and i couldnt see anything with them.

I replaced them with stock bulbs, the silverstars, till i got my HID kit from SPIKEY!
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HID is where its at. I must say I didn't get why everyone wanted them till I got some. They pretty much plug and play and super easy to install. And trust me those blue lights on eBay don't hold a candle to HID lights.
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Does DDM make good solid products? If so im about to order some right now for that price. But dont HIDs have set wattage? DDM has a choice, 35 or 55W. Also are 5ks kinda yellowish? Im looking for the most white light.
Sorry to bring up an old thread. But could not find out threw the search function.
My question is does anyone know what wattage Dustin's kit use?
35w or 55w?
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Anyone know???
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In my opinion you must go for 4300k because of the safety reason . Its closer to the color of natural daylight.

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Hey friend its good that you want to update with new technology (HID lights) in your car there are loads of website that can provide you automotive HID lights with high quality.

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In my opinion you must go for 4300k because of the safety reason . Its closer to the color of natural daylight.

Yes friend i m agree with your view 4300K has an approximate 3100 lm output, which is more than 3 times the light output of the traditional halogen light and is the colour temperature with the most output. The light appears fairly white, and has light yellowish hue when reflected off the road, identical to the OEM HID equipped vehicles. It is ideal for customers who do a lot of back road or canyon driving and need optimal visibility.
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me recently got my HID kit and it took 4 hours to install them and would say that despite this they are awesome in their quality as well as price
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