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Old 09-19-2012
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DDM Tuning HID kits

I know a lot of people on here say to go with DDM. I just want to know if anyone has used the slim balast kits? If so are they good, any issues? Also I am thinking of geting the HI/Low kit, are those ok or should I just get the low beam kit?
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I have the digital slim ballasts with no issues. I always opted for the HI/Low kit and it works great for me. The high beam seems to point a bit skyward but with fogs it's a nice balance
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I've wanted some for a while
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Had a set of slim ballasts on my previous car before my ranger and ran them for almost a year without any problems.
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Any issues with the Hi/Low function?
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None so far
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Are you guys running the 35 watt ones?
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Yup 35 watt
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I run the DDM kits. I have been for 3 years now and haven't had a single problem (knock on wood).
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These sound like pretty rock solid kits. Going to be getting one for my ranger in the spring hopefully.
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I have always used 3bspec.com for my HID kits. My car, my wife's car, my brother in law's car, 3 co-worker's cars.....all have 3bspec. The longest running is the kit on my car and they've been running solid for over 6 years (7 years in April)
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