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Which is the most popular HID conversion kit, and should I get one with high and low beam?
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post #2 of 4 Old Oct 3rd, 2011, 11:35 am
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Re: Lighting?

Just search the Forums, and you'll find lots of opinions on brands, temperature (white vs. "blue"), etc.

As far as both high and low beams, I did them both, and highly suggest it.

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Re: Lighting?

Currently http://www.ddmtuning.com/Product-Cat...-Kits-Lighting

$27.50 for a single HID - can't beat that!!

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Which is the most popular HID conversion kit, and should I get one with high and low beam?
I used CQLight.ca for my low beam. Lowest K rating possible. The issue with doing the high beam is...they take a few seconds to "warm-up" and sometimes you need to flash your light at someone on-coming, the HID will not really allow for that. The 2005 light is good but if you set her up with a HID low beam and either PIAA 1100 driving lights or Moto lights you be sure light will never be an issue at night or in a parking lot.

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