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Old 04-30-2009, 01:22 AM
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posted mounted location pics. night pics soon.
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Old 04-30-2009, 04:09 AM
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looking good..
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OK after being asked by many people here is a vid of the 8000k HID at night. vid is better than a pic so enjoy.

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Old 05-01-2009, 07:48 AM
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I'm glad people are satisfied with our HID kits. Please do remember to contact me directly should you have any questions.
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Originally Posted by b_wet
OK after being asked by many people here is a vid of the 8000k HID at night. vid is better than a pic so enjoy.

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aww da pup nice rs1 what eye lids are those. thanks alot for the good vid. im getting these when i get some cash.
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Originally Posted by Temperz
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OK after being asked by many people here is a vid of the 8000k HID at night. vid is better than a pic so enjoy.

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http://img531.imageshack.us/my.php?i...img0701jj6.flv
aww da pup nice rs1 what eye lids are those. thanks alot for the good vid. im getting these when i get some cash.
thx.
its the nia bodykit eyelids by the way
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Old 05-04-2009, 05:14 AM
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does anyone have a 5000K installed from HIDExtra? I want to see what they look like cause on the site it says 5000K is OEM. I thought 4300K was OEM? I just want something that is white on white. No tint of anything. Ive seen 6000K in person. Even though its really white, it dosnt give the highest output compared to 5000K. Just wanted to know or get some insight on such.
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Old 05-09-2009, 02:54 AM
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i just got my HIDs installed. pretty nice so far. not going to be able to take photos till tomorrow night but i do have a problem. my auto window up/down function dosnt work on both windows and my passenger side window dosnt roll up and down at all. i did disconnect the battery installing the HIDs. can someone help me out?
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Old 05-09-2009, 03:05 AM
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^just press and hold it down or up for like a minute and it will fix the problem.
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Old 05-09-2009, 03:56 AM
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whoohoo! thanks everyone. got it working now. i will post pics hopefully by tomorrow with my 5000K setup. i wanted to mount my ballast on the front frame under the headlights but i dont understand how people got the zip ties to go through the holes cause i couldnt find any spaces for it to go through.
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does this kit comes with a relay?
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Old 05-09-2009, 05:27 AM
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Originally Posted by bluaeon
does this kit comes with a relay?
no this kit dosnt come with a relay harness
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Old 05-12-2009, 03:56 AM
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unfortunately, we don't include relay in our HID kits. I do offer 10% discount (coupon code required) for HID bulbs, relay and ballast purchases. Check my classified thread for more information.
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Old 05-15-2009, 10:12 PM
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Pls someone post a picture to where they put their ballast.. aside from SirPhobos1..
Im about to install the hid kit.. but didnt expect that there would be almost no space to put it...
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Originally Posted by xdejablu3x
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does this comes with a relay?
no this kit dosnt come with a relay harness
Why is a relay needed? Isn't this a PNP kit?
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Just got mine! These things are amazing. I get flashed alot though lol
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Originally Posted by melna8
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does this comes with a relay?
no this kit dosnt come with a relay harness
Why is a relay needed? Isn't this a PNP kit?
Relay give an extra layer of protection. Some of the faulty made HID kits on the market would draw more power and fried the electrical wires. Having a relay will prevent that from happening and if it does fry the wires it's only the relay that gets damaged.
We have tested our HID kits and it won't fry the electrical wires. The only time we suggest relay is only if the car it's over 15 years old and some American cars requires it to over pass the electrical system.
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Originally Posted by iDriveTc
Just got mine! These things are amazing. I get flashed alot though lol
Project your headlights onto a white wall (garage wall would do just fine). Check your beam pattern if it's aligned.
Also, be aware that non-projector headlights would cause somewhat of a glare. We try our best to limit these by adjusting the correct beam pattern.
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Originally Posted by HIDXTRA
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Just got mine! These things are amazing. I get flashed alot though lol
Project your headlights onto a white wall (garage wall would do just fine). Check your beam pattern if it's aligned.
Also, be aware that non-projector headlights would cause somewhat of a glare. We try our best to limit these by adjusting the correct beam pattern.
how do i adjust them?
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Originally Posted by iDriveTc
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Just got mine! These things are amazing. I get flashed alot though lol
Project your headlights onto a white wall (garage wall would do just fine). Check your beam pattern if it's aligned.
Also, be aware that non-projector headlights would cause somewhat of a glare. We try our best to limit these by adjusting the correct beam pattern.
how do i adjust them?
We adjust the beam pattern during the production in our factory. What you can do now is to make sure both sides of your headlights are aligned. Sometimes one side of your headlights would aimed at a higher angle than the other.
You and also aim your headlights slightly downward (not too much) to prevent any glare for the on coming traffic.
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