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Old 02-22-2011, 12:49 AM
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$5 OFF HID KITS
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Looking to convert your headlights to HID?
Looking for off-road HID lighting?
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We offer:

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Hella 500 HIDs
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Hella 500 HID kit starts at: $165
Hella 700 HID kit starts at: $190
Oval HID (fog or spot beam) kits start at: $110
6" Metal Housing HID starts at: $60/pc
9' Internal Ballast (fog or spot beam) HID starts at: $130/ pc

The more you buy, the better the price gets!

All of our kits are fully customizable.

If you want your OEM headlights/ fog lights in your vehicle converted to HID, all you have to do is tell us the year, make and model of your car and we will get the right kit for you! We have kits for all makes and models. Kits start at only $55

You choose between these bulb colors:

3000k (yellow)

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10000k (darker blue)

12000k (blue)

14000k (dark blue)

30000k (+$20)

You can order your kits in the following wattage:

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Please call or text Cody @ (714)932-3279 or email 55dollarHIDkits@GGlighting.net
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Old 02-23-2011, 10:30 AM
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Old 02-23-2011, 12:44 PM
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Cody i cleaned this up a little. for everyone else, if you have no interest in buying what the OP is selling do not post in this thread. These threads are not for bickering, take it to PM. Same goes for the rest of the classified section as well.
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Cody i cleaned this up a little. for everyone else, if you have no interest in buying what the OP is selling do not post in this thread. These threads are not for bickering, take it to PM. Same goes for the rest of the classified section as well.
I was just about to ask you to do this. Thank you!
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Old 02-23-2011, 07:44 PM
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Is this a decent price? i have no idea. Will they ship to canada? replacement kits for heads and fogs.
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Old 02-23-2011, 08:11 PM
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Is this a decent price? i have no idea. Will they ship to canada? replacement kits for heads and fogs.
We will ship anywhere as long as you pay for the shipping
Feel free to text us at 714 932 3279 and you will get a response right now
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Old 02-23-2011, 08:38 PM
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You can order your kits in the following wattage:

35 watt
55 watt (+$15)
75 watt (+$40)
100 watt (+$45)
SWEET JESUS that's a lot of lumens!

I think it's important to point something out here since this is definitely the first time anything other than 35 or 55 watt has been offered or discussed on the forum. If anyone actually has personal experience with this, by all means correct me. I'm not trying to thread-jack, it is an important safety and fire issue.

Using 75 or 100 watt ballasts on replacements for your existing headlights or fog lights is EXTREMELY ILL-ADVISED!!!! The 55 watt kits are scraping the top edge of being too much light and a lot of heat for the stock housings. The amount of light and probably heat coming off a 75 or 100 watt unit will be way more than the housings were ever optically or thermally designed to handle. Assuming the housing doesn't melt first, it will be way too bright for use in our non-projector headlights. Stick with 35 or 55 for stock headlight and fog light replacements.

Now for off-road and other accessory lighting, HAVE AT IT! I have a 55 watt H3 kit on my 6" off-road lights and its like my own small super-nova. I can't imagine how amazing the 75 or 100 watt kits would be. Deer would vaporize in front of you.
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SWEET JESUS that's a lot of lumens!

I think it's important to point something out here since this is definitely the first time anything other than 35 or 55 watt has been offered or discussed on the forum. If anyone actually has personal experience with this, by all means correct me. I'm not trying to thread-jack, it is an important safety and fire issue.

Using 75 or 100 watt ballasts on replacements for your existing headlights or fog lights is EXTREMELY ILL-ADVISED!!!! The 55 watt kits are scraping the top edge of being too much light and a lot of heat for the stock housings. The amount of light and probably heat coming off a 75 or 100 watt unit will be way more than the housings were ever optically or thermally designed to handle. Assuming the housing doesn't melt first, it will be way too bright for use in our non-projector headlights. Stick with 35 or 55 for stock headlight and fog light replacements.

Now for off-road and other accessory lighting, HAVE AT IT! I have a 55 watt H3 kit on my 6" off-road lights and its like my own small super-nova. I can't imagine how amazing the 75 or 100 watt kits would be. Deer would vaporize in front of you.
75 and 100 watt I WILL NOT sell to a customer for headlights. Strictly Offroad use only

And let me tell you. 100w HIDs are insane. Just did a 1450 ranger prerunner with (4) of our 9" Offroad lights with 100w HIDs. Blows 55w out of the water.
I will personally be replacing my 55w kits with 100w kits for my 9" Offroad lights on my truck

But once again, Offroad use only
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I have been trying to get an accurate number for the lumens on the 75 and 100w kits. I will post it on here as soon as I find out

35w = 3200-3400 lumens
55w = 5000 lumens

As a reference
* standard 55w halogen is only 900-1200 lumens
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That's good to hear! It's nice to see a seller that is responsible and not just out to make a buck on people's unknowing wow-factor.

Would the lumens not depend on the housing and reflector as well? Or are you talking just the straight up unmounted lamp itself compared to a straight up unmounted 55w halogen (H3 I presume?)
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That's good to hear! It's nice to see a seller that is responsible and not just out to make a buck on people's unknowing wow-factor.
I have posted a thread on here titled "ask all HID questions here"
I am here to help. I have found that over the last year, many people are confused an have questions about HIDs. This is where I come in. I willingly answer peoples questions, And I want them to ask me, even if they're not purchasing my kits. I am aware that there are cheaper kits than mine out there. I just don't want people to get a crappy kit just cuz they wanna save $20 you know? I am fine with it if people don't want to purchase my kits, I am just mainly here to give my 2 cents
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Lumens - I am talking about the average amount of lumens projected out of a standard US car's headlamps

Of course "3200-3400" and "5000" isn't an EXACT number,but the numbers are very close
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K so i just texted for a price on 55w 5000k heads and fogs,should i bump that down for typical street use?
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K so i just texted for a price on 55w 5000k heads and fogs,should i bump that down for typical street use?
I have 55w in my headlinghts, and I've never been hassled for em. But I
Am in cali and you are in Canada. I'm not familiar with Canadian laws and the cops there
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Was that you i was just texting with?
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