Twas a dark, dark night...
The possums were not even stirring,
Such an errie silence,
the silence broken by a click,
then another click,
then silence fell again,
the electrons had already started to flow,
at the speed of light they exited their captive cell,
eager to reach the other side,
along the strands of copper cable they raced each other,
to their final destination they know not,
through the fuse, the relay to what seemed an eternity to,
whats this in our path???
Whats this all about??
shwwosh, buzz, humm, iam no longer 12 volts im now about 20,000 volts,
i feel the power,
toward my final destination i haste,
i excite the xenon gas and filiments,
i help engergize the field of intense brightness...
I am known as the one,
I am HID, creator of light, ruler of darkness.
Yes folks, you read the story true as i have written, HID has arrived to my LT.
It has been a long few days since i started my adventure on installing this new lighting system to my ride.
Id love to take photos but there is a few things stopping me, firstly my wife has the camera and she isnt home, secondly i have put my bike backtogether anyhow.
HID lights rock.
I am in awe of the light it produces, i can only wonder of what it is like for some of you who have not only hid lights to replace the original lights like i have but to have extra HID lighting as well on the side of your machines.
If ouy hav not figured it out by now, i love HID, and there is no turning back now :-))
I broke from convention and mounted my relays under the riders seat rather then ontop of the head light.
I also did not drill dirty great holes in the rear of my headlight cover as others have done to run cables thru, rather at the base of the cover in the removeable piece i cut a small hole from the bottom up about 2mm wide and about 10 mm long. this fits all my cables thru quite neatly.
When my wife turns up with the camera i will take some pix.