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    H4 Headlights bulbs

    Just thought I would drop this here:

    http://www.danielsternlighting.com/p.../products.html

    I use the 130/100 watt bulbs in my zuk, and man is it BRIGHT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyapollo View Post
    Convert to HID and you'll never go back.

    -- John
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    isn't it a LOT more $$$ to do a good HID install? You need new reflectors, bulbs, and ballasts, correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polie View Post
    isn't it a LOT more $$$ to do a good HID install? You need new reflectors, bulbs, and ballasts, correct?
    Just plug-N-play... no new reflectors, but yes, bulbs, ballasts & igniters.
    And yes, $200.00 is more expensive, but worth it...

    This is considered one of the best values/service on the market.

    http://www.xenonrider.com/products/h...hid_kits.shtml

    The H-4 hi-low kit that Little Beast originally brought to our attention.
    Last edited by Ldub : 12/14/2009 at 01:43 AM

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    I don't remember them being so cheap and easy
    Now I want one!
    ?reliability?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Harness View Post
    I don't remember them being so cheap and easy
    Now I want one!
    ?reliability?
    Ryan indicated that he received a bum ballast & the guy sent him a new one, post haste.
    IIRC, he didn't even have to send the bad one back.

    HID prices have dropped quite a bit in the last couple of years...

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    I bought the Xenon Riders hi/lo kit too and installation was SUPER easy. I think it took me longer to run the wires cleanly than it did to install the kit. I've had them since a little before Moab and haven't had a problem with them yet. They fire right up and turn night into day.

    I, too, would have to say that if you have the dough go with the HID kit, but if not, the bulb's that polie talks about are pretty bright in their own right and are a super cheap and easy "mod".
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    I picked up 'Silver Star' bulbs for Wifey's Eclipse. I'll eventually upgrade her to HD but ... one step at a time.

    I haven't installed them yet so I can't tell you how much they help her night driving (SSHH, Christmas present).


    Put a smiley after you say that Bub.

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    my suggestion is check out ddmtuning.com
    for around $200 you can get a full set of HID's with everything you need.
    55watt ballast, any color bulb you want, hi/lo, and lifetime warranty.

    i have ordered 2 kits from them and had no problems (i did have one headlight out for a little bit but it was due to wire corrosion from the battery)
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