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Old 04-03-2011, 09:19 PM   #1
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Im looking to get some hid's for my car. Im not looking to spend 250+ like the ones on american muscle. Anyone know of some decent ones for cheaper? Also, I was thinking of doing the fog lights as well since it'd probably look like **** with having the headlights so much brighter. Any idea on those? I found a xenon kit on amazon for around 90. any good?
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Im looking to get some hid's for my car. Im not looking to spend 250+ like the ones on american muscle. Anyone know of some decent ones for cheaper? Also, I was thinking of doing the fog lights as well since it'd probably look like **** with having the headlights so much brighter. Any idea on those? I found a xenon kit on amazon for around 90. any good?
Go to DDMtuning.com dual beam kits for 67w/shipping and they are a reliable company too
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I bought 5K 35 watt DDM's for my cars headlights. Being I have a v6 and don't have fog lights in yet, I didn't tackle that issue. However, the ones I got were only $47.

The difference between the lights.


Both lights in.


Lights outside.


Lights from my view.


Hope this helps some!

Also, you can't go too high on the wattage or else you will melt the housing, so be safe.. mine are only 35 watts as I said before, and I compare them to my stock lights as saying.. brightness is in the middle of normal and highbeam on my stock lights. So..
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Also, you can't go too high on the wattage or else you will melt the housing, so be safe.. mine are only 35 watts as I said before, and I compare them to my stock lights as saying.. brightness is in the middle of normal and highbeam on my stock lights. So..
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