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Old 03-04-2008
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installed my hids

so here are a few pics


stock vs. hid









there ya go!

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Looks good!
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can't wait to pass by you at night...
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thx...lol ya i think the dino is calling 2...
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Aahhhhhhhh! I can't see! It's to bright!
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might wanna re-adjust the headlights :-) I did, didn't lose any light...
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damn that looks good, i really wanna get HID's.
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Curious----What set did you get off ebay?
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That's a lot of glare. I'd hate to be driving anywhere near you at night.
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I'm just saying that it looks to me that it will be a danger to other drivers.
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they are called xentec...
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I can definitely see the difference. Especially in the picture where you have one stock and one installed. Good job!



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thx for anyone tht needs to know the bulb is 9007 and 8000k
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HAHA! I just installed 6000k in my subaru! That's vehicle #2 of mine with HIDs. Now if only i can get my '71 chevy back on the road....hid's will be on that too!!!


Did you get the hi/lo kit, or is it a low beam unit.
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low beam
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low beam
I've always been curious...

isnt it the only time youe ver need light in that amount is when youve got your high beams on traveling at a higher speed alone? why put it on lows really..? I dont think anyone really has a problem with normal lights at lows... 90% of people using aftermarket lights only do it because of the high beams when yoru alone you'd think
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I can definitely see the difference. Especially in the picture where you have one stock and one installed. Good job!



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Thats only because of the glare that hids produce in a headlight that isn't designed for hids.
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