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Old 10-03-2010
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Spotty HIDs

So I installed my ddm 35w hi/low 5k hids a few weeks ago. Im very impressed with the light they put out, but I just have a couple questions. My low beams seem very spotty and im not sure if it is a result of my stock enclosure. When i put the high beams on the light is much more clean and evenly lit. Here are a couple pictures comparing the high and low. You can see the spottiness in the first picture on low beam.



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Thats from having them in reflector housings not designed for the output of HIDs.
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thats the design of the ranger housing. mine are the same way. the 02 rsx i had was perfect with hids. no spottyness at all and very minimal glare.... it helped glare greatly when i went to the "jdm" black housings
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Should have went with 6 or 8k
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