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    Hi Joe, where did you get your kit from mate... I am going for this upgrade but dont know where to start. thanks

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    This is the exact kit and guy that I got my kit from...I went for 6000k.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Xenon-Hid-Conv...em190294942902
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe9087 View Post
    This is the exact kit and guy that I got my kit from...I went for 6000k.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Xenon-Hid-Conv...em190294942902
    Have you got Hids on both your dipped and main beams??
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    Mine are just on the dipped beam
     
     

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    Its not recommended to use HIDs for full...takes too long to warm up if you need to flash ur lights. dipped HIDs are more than sufficient!
     
     

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    I juts had HIDs on the dipped beam, not full beam. As john said they're no good for flashing your lights. I just got a pair of the whitest halogen bulbs I could to match my dipped xenons.
     
     

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