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Old 02-16-2008, 02:57 AM   #1
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Default HID Headlamps. 9004 9005 9006 9007 H4 ect.

I have the following HID kits forsale!!

American made IC chips. Siemens relays. Waterproof DSP ballast. Short circuit protection. Lifespan >3000hrs. UL certified. Xenon bulb with quartz glass. Anti-ray decline design stays bright. Short start-up time.

9004, 5, 6, 7
35w 8000c
35w 6000c
55w 8000c
55w 6000c

H1, 3, 4, 7, 9
35w 8000c
35w 6000c
55w 8000c
55w 6000c

6000c is white, 8000c has a blueish tint.

35w I can do for $160 and 55w for $180
+shipping (~$15)

My personal opinion is that this is a very high quality kit. OEM type waterproof connectors, Aluminum ballast housings. And -damn- are they bright. The H4s would fit the Hella lens to be used in the older Miata. I do not have a 7" lens forsale. Sorry I tried. You can find a pair of 7" lenses on ebay for about $40.

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any warranty?
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for those of us who live in places where there is seldom fog or heavy rain, is there much of an advantage over the Cibie setup?
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Whats a Cibie setup?
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That didnt help much. What product/model are you comparing it to? If your compairing it to a halogen H4 then yes. These are tru Xenon-HID not halogen.


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I think you missed the point of the question, but oh well!!
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Are these D2R or D2S?
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I think you missed the point of the question, but oh well!!
"is there much of an advantage over the Cibie setup?"

Cibie sells more then one "setup". I don't know what your compairing it to. It looks like most of their "setups" are halogen. In that case "yes".
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Are these D2R or D2S?
The ones I've opened are D2S. There is no label on the box to define that option.
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D2R would be preferred, if you find them.
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I'll ask and see if their available.
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halogen high beam too
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halogen high beam too
Those I know we have.
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Are these D2R or D2S?
What's the difference?
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S=projector
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Hey lazzer... Do you have access to a 6000k H11 55 watt set? If so, are the bulbs really long like the typical HID capsule? Looking for a set to stick in my Speed6 fog lights, but I want ridiculously high light output..
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