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Old 11-29-2009, 07:49 PM   #11
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dont go silverstars dude... for a little more, do it right and go HID... go to ddmtuning.com, thats where i got mine, almost as good as ebay prices with lifetime warranties... I ended up with 2 sets of bulb out warning eliminators btw, for lows and highs i believe, fogs didn't need them... save you a little trouble there... And i went standard 35w kit and have had absolutely no problems as people have with 55w kits or "off-road" halogen bulbs.... it is easy to install, all plug and play. I think total for all was either 210 or 250, can't remember... did it in stages, lows first then highs and fogs... then figured out i needed a second bow eliminator for highs... They come on fine then go out then wont restart till cool without the eliminators...
and no flickering like the cheapo ebay ones ive heard about
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Old 11-29-2009, 08:24 PM   #12
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What HIDs do you have, 5000K or 6000K??
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Old 11-30-2009, 04:09 PM   #15
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dont go silverstars dude... for a little more, do it right and go HID... go to ddmtuning.com, thats where i got mine, almost as good as ebay prices with lifetime warranties... I ended up with 2 sets of bulb out warning eliminators btw, for lows and highs i believe, fogs didn't need them... save you a little trouble there... And i went standard 35w kit and have had absolutely no problems as people have with 55w kits or "off-road" halogen bulbs.... it is easy to install, all plug and play. I think total for all was either 210 or 250, can't remember... did it in stages, lows first then highs and fogs... then figured out i needed a second bow eliminator for highs... They come on fine then go out then wont restart till cool without the eliminators...
and no flickering like the cheapo ebay ones ive heard about
After your advice I decided on the DDM HID kit, but I couldnt find the bulb listed for the fogs, i know the bulb is a 9145 but its not listed as an option, so what did you go with? btw, sorry to jack the thread somewhat
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After your advice I decided on the DDM HID kit, but I couldnt find the bulb listed for the fogs, i know the bulb is a 9145 but its not listed as an option, so what did you go with? btw, sorry to jack the thread somewhat
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whats the easiest way to fit the light fixture in the socket. i bought hids and i cant get the bulb to click in the socket on the heasdlight?? a little help
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I was under the impression that the PIAA and Silverstar Ultra's wouldn't fit in our cars because of the 90 degree fitting on them, is that correct?
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Add 25.99 to the price of those Silerstars and get an EBay HIDgate HID kit.

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