Now that we have completed our basic how-to (How to - Install Dabears2k.com HID kit on LX) we are ready to bring our HID kit to the LX market.
This HID kit utilizes the slim ballast design. We feel that this ballast is the best option because its small size makes it able to be mounted practically anywhere. Other vendors sell the "full ballast" kit, but why would you pay more for something bigger?
Their ballast on top, ours on the bottom.
Next comes the question about warranty. We give a lifetime warranty on everything, no extra charge. The warranty covers the bulbs, ballasts, and the BOW eliminators. We have a fail rate of less than .01%. That means we have 1 piece fail for every 10,000 we ship out. We are so confident in our kit, that as long as you don't physically modify the kit (cut wires, etc) we will warranty it for life, no questions asked. You don't even have to worry about keeping your receipt. If it's our kit, its warrantied for life.
This kit is 100% plug and play with no cutting or splicing involved. With basic hand tools, it can be completed in less than 2 hours.
What's the difference between 35w and 55w? Well, stock halogen bulbs put out about 1000 lumens. Our 35w kit puts out 3300 lumens with 5000k bulbs (3x brighter). Our 55w kit puts out 5500 lumens with 5000k bulbs (5x brighter). So, the kit itself is the same in terms of install and use, its just a different ballast that puts out more power. The 55w kit, just like the 35w kit, is warrantied for life.
So, why is this kit so much cheaper than any other kits out there? We are the distributer. Most companies are buying 100 kits or less at a time or sometimes even having their kits drop shipped. We have been selling HIDs for 7 years and have now gotten to the point that we have almost 10,000 kits sitting on our warehouse shelves. We buy in bulk and pass the savings on to you.
40,000+ people can't be wrong. This is a great kit!
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HID Kits as low as $70 specifically for LX platform vehicles.
Interesting. I might want to do this in the near future.
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Impressive. some questions I have (being relatively new to this - not sure if I'm going projectors or HID's as of yet)
- any flicker issues? How long have y'all had the tests in?
- expectations on how long the bulbs will last?
- I was thinking 6K was the "white" range to shoot for, you recommend 5K?
- any kind of light adjustment needed (magnum) so as not to blind oncoming traffic, with either 35w or 55w?
- any pics of 35w / 55w side by side and v. stock? Facing car, facing street?
I think that's it for now, thanks for offering these.
- Our bulb out warning eliminator eliminates the "LX Flicker."
- Bulbs are rated at 2,000 hours of use. The average person uses their headlights for about 30 hours per month. That rates the bulbs at 5.5 years of life. But, that said, it doesn't really matter, because if your bulbs die, we replace them free of charge.
-5k vs 6k is a personal choice. 5k is pure white. 6k has the slighest tint of blue. I personally run 6k, but some people like 5k. For every 100 kits we sell, 49 are 5k, 49 are 6k, and 2 are something else.
-On the LX, because of the way the housings are designed, there should be no adjustment needed. If you are getting flashed all the time, you can aim them down a little bit, but I doubt that will happen.
6k vs stock halogen
Sylvania Silverstars in an NSX
55w 8k HIDs in the same NSX
55w 5k Kit from inside the car
35w kit on top, 55w kit below.
Hope these help.
How muck for a 35w low/fog kit?
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Very interested in an H1 and H10 set for my Magnum. Any pics of your 55w 10k and 12k temperatures?
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WHOA that is an AWESOME price!...what about yello bulbs?...I have Xenon yellows in my fogs- I need them to be functional, not for show.
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I don't suppose you know what wattage the stock 300C OEM lights are do you? I'd like to get a set to match, but I don't know if I need 35 or 55W. Thanks.
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To match your stock HIDs, I recommend 35w 4500k
EDIT: In about 2 hours, I am going to post a replacement bulb option for people that have OEM hids but would like to get a slightly bluer color (6k). So, if you want to do that, you can wait and order those together, choosing something like 6k or 8k.
Wow. Awesome setup. Looks like the best price for a lifetime waranty product. Nice to see a vendor knowledgably discussing lumen output and color temperature. If my cheapie HIDs die I'll jump on this.
What is the likelihood of the 55w kits attracting unwanted flashes and LEO attention? over 5000 lumens is a LOT of light.
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