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Looking for legal suggestions with HID Kits for the headlamps and fog lamps.

1... 2... 3... 4... and go! :lol:

EDIT: After looking on around the forums i seen about retro-fit the headlamps, but what about the fog lights? How can I make the fog lights HID?
 

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You can make the fogs HID as they already are behind a projector housing.
 

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HID's are a complex series of wiring and igniters that have been simplified by several aftermarket kits. But be advised, you get what you pay for here. The best route is to buy middle of the line and it appears to be a fairly simple upgrade. The kits are plug and play and the hardest part will be mouting the hardware that comes with it. There is another entry on this forum that discusses it in more detail and provides several links to kits. You will also need to take into effect the level of the driving lights on the road; not sure how much light this will provide as an HID driving light. JMO
 

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For the Fog Lights you are fine. If you want good top end quality, look for Phillips or for the second best McCulloch. It is a simple plug and play set up. There is no splicing or connecting to the battery set up. The only thing you have to think about is the Ballast. It has to be where it doesnt get wet and it has to get a good amount of air. Best place is by your headlamps.
 

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you buy this at ww.hid-lights.com :


and then you set it up with your fog lights.




Btw....
just to see for myself how that will look, I unpluged my 8000k HID kit from my head lights and pluged them in the fog lights... Looks amazing and covered alot more field than regular bulbs plus it gave that sharp cut off line that the projectors do...

Now I'm teased by getting a 2nd HID kit for my fogs... Ugghh, why doesn't money grow on trees??
 

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If you get a chance how about posting some pics on those fogs. I would be interested in seeing how well the coverage is. I know I had to adjust mine from the factory settings but I wasn't sure how well they would do down that low. Thanks for the update though.
 

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[quote author=EDO link=topic=56051.msg999785#msg999785 date=1160371968]
I have a question, Do I have to buy a kit for low beams and a second one for the highs???....
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Yes... If you really willing to spend $200 on a kit for high beams that you barely even use anyway..
What I'de do ,in your case, is just get some blue after market bulbs to get rid of the yellow light look...
But personally... I left my high beam lights stock... since the low beam HIDs do a pretty damn good job coving the road fof a pretty long distance.
 

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Personally, I wouldnt bother on installing an HID on your high beams, due to the fact that you will flick them on and off constantly and you might end up blowing up a ballast or a $125 bulb. Also I wouldnt install a "blue" colored bulb to my high beams. Looks too ricer.

I would rather install those illegal super white bulbs that will blind you and burn your skin. If I only could find the web site, I will link it, I think they go for $60, I had them in my Intrepids high beams. Let me tell you, nothing says "watch where you are going" or send a messege better then one of the super white bulbs. They only sell them over seas, and you have to wait at least 2 weeks. Unless a distributor in the US has them already.

But other then that. Phillips or McCulloch are very nice systems.
 
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