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hi so i am looking to get a HID and was wondering about the 35W Bi-xenon kit what are they like are they brighter then stock and have any one had any problems with them?
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ddmtuning.com i just ordered some 55w hids and they turn night into day. they are super bright. ive only had mine for a week but i havnt had a problem.
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ive had both 55w and 35w kits from ddmtuning.com they work great i would advise against the 55wers they are just to dam bright for street driving i almost ran a few peeps off the road with mine plus people will constantly flash you thinking your brights are on i swapped in the 35wers and have had zero problems been flashed once or twice but thats about it and they still put out a ton more light then the stockers also there isnt much of a differents between your highs and lows with these kits
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yep i agree with silverfox 100 percent. i have the 55's. they are bright! i have 2 piaa lights behind the grill and they damn near drown them out. i will keep my 55s i love the visibilty at night, thats just me tho. the high low i think isnt amazing but its a little better than not having it.
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yep i agree with silverfox 100 percent. i have the 55's. they are bright! i have 2 piaa lights behind the grill and they damn near drown them out. i will keep my 55s i love the visibilty at night, thats just me tho. the high low i think isnt amazing but its a little better than not having it.
true that high/lows are worth the extra cash there good for when peeps flash you, you can flash back then if they dont get the picture flash brights on and off as fast as you can to give them a seizer
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hahha i flip on my high beams and my piaa's... they get the point!
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i will be ordering mine at the end of the week
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cool thanks alot guys cause i have piaa for headlights and just don't find that there that bright so thats why i was wondering about the 35W Bi-xenon kit so do these have a high and low built right in them like that stock one do

and thanks again for the replays takes alot of the guess work out of it
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the stock bulbs are duel filliment push the switch toward the dash and the brighter filliment kicks on and the dimmer one kicks off pull it toward the steering wheel and they both kick on
the hids have no filliment they create a arc like a welder when you kick on the highs the bulb sucks in changing the light pattern they dont get any brighter the angel of the bulb just gets changed
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o that's pretty neat then thanks a lot do they ever have any problem with them changing the angles any
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