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Old 09-18-2009, 02:06 AM   #1
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Cool <<< EURO-DIVISION >>> EDX v1 HID Kit in stock now!

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We've just got our EDX v1 HID kits in. The EDX v1 kit is specially designed for your European vehicle and is not a generic kit like many kits you see in the market. If you are looking for a superb kit which will not break your wallet this is the kit for you.

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- Increased performance over standard halogen bulbs
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We currently have H7, H11, 9006, D2S fitments in 6000K and the best part is, these will retail for $135 AUD Shipped! Why pay $300 for your so-called 'Japanese kits' when you can get a kit almost 1/3 the price without sacrificing quality?


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Old 09-18-2009, 03:11 AM   #2
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Old 09-18-2009, 03:15 AM   #3
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I can vouch for these kits, extremely decent build quality, The light output is fantastic. I have fitted them to two different cars, one to an E46 and one to an E53 X5. Both cars had the factory projector headlights just not Xenon/HID. Could not believe the benefit over Halogens these were.
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Oh wait, they're not projector headlights are they? Just HID kit.
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Do you have any in 4300K in stock?

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Old 09-18-2009, 03:23 AM   #6
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I can vouch for these kits, extremely decent build quality, The light output is fantastic. I have fitted them to two different cars, one to an E46 and one to an E53 X5. Both cars had the factory projector headlights just not Xenon/HID. Could not believe the benefit over Halogens these were.


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Oh wait, they're not projector headlights are they? Just HID kit.
Yes they are different.

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Do you have any in 4300K in stock?

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No 4300K now but can order them for you. 6000K is great.
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hrm, when i come over i have to have a look at these
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are these direct plug and play? do they have to be programmed by the dealer? Any modifying required? How about some under the hood pics of the install I'm very interested
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I have to say you have out done your self, they look very good, can't wait to get my hands on some
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are these direct plug and play? do they have to be programmed by the dealer? Any modifying required? How about some under the hood pics of the install I'm very interested
Plug and play, install takes about 10 minutes, if that. No bulb outs or anything

Here is another pic of the output

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I have to say you have out done your self, they look very good, can't wait to get my hands on some
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Plug and play, install takes about 10 minutes, if that. No bulb outs or anything

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ok, i'm sold. how do I order
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I was wondering where do you guyz install the HID balast? any recomendations?
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i just had a poke around in my engine bay and cannot work out how to install these lights

do i have to remove the headlight?

this is for a facelift coupe projector headlight btw
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Great prices. Hopefully it doesn't spawn a whole lot of E46s with reflector headlights /w HIDs!

Have you tested these on a facelifted sedan? Mine only worked once I installed a capacitor (after trying several resistors).
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quick question: is the brightness depended on the bulbs, or the ballasts? I have replacement ballasts from jlevisw.. yet i just ordered these bulbs.. will i end up with same light output?
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I was wondering where do you guyz install the HID balast? any recomendations?
Lots of areas in your engine bay to mount them. Try mounting them on a metal surface. The ballast is pretty slim so you should have a lot of flexibility in terms of mounting positions.

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i just had a poke around in my engine bay and cannot work out how to install these lights

do i have to remove the headlight?
No you don't. Having said that, its always easier to install them with your headlights apart from the car.

this is for a facelift coupe projector headlight btw
The above car showing our HID output is a facelift Coupe with projectors. If I am not wrong you have H7 in a projector housing. If you get our kit you will get an outcome exactly like the photo shown above

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Great prices. Hopefully it doesn't spawn a whole lot of E46s with reflector headlights /w HIDs!

Have you tested these on a facelifted sedan? Mine only worked once I installed a capacitor (after trying several resistors).
Definitely no errors with our kit.

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quick question: is the brightness depended on the bulbs, or the ballasts? I have replacement ballasts from jlevisw.. yet i just ordered these bulbs.. will i end up with same light output?
Brightness = Ballast
Color = Bulb temperature (6000K) etc

You should be fine using another ballast.
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can someone provide some details as to how to install these on a facelift coupe?

i had a look in the DIY section and it seems i have to remove the headlight. is this accurate or is there another method?

and do i have to splice any cables with this kit?
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