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Old 01-05-2013, 07:56 PM   #1
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HID's in lower valence fog lights

Which HID kit would you guys recommend? There are TONS of different ones out there and on eBay (and of course they all say that theirs are the best ones lol)

I want to upgrade my '13 GT's lower valence fog lights to an HID system, so that they'll more closely match the color of my factory HID headlamps.
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Mine are Zenex 6000k from amazon. Never had a problem. Love the color. Just my .2€
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Old 01-06-2013, 01:30 AM   #3
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Ive always enjoyed ddmtuning.com for my HID needs
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Well if I were you, I would avoid Xentec. I bought a pair of 6k bulbs and harness. One bulb burnt out in just under a year. Now I'm running 30k bulbs with the same company because I can't afford to buy a whole new setup from another company..
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P.s if you don't mind buying replacement bulbs every year or so, Xentec would be fine
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Wow thats way to blue for a headlight lol
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Thanks for the feedback everyone. I've heard some good things about ddm on other forums as well, so I think I'll give'm a try. I'll likely stick with 4300-5000k color, closest to oem. It's a matter of personal preference, but I prefer pure white to blue.
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Wow thats way to blue for a headlight lol
Haha I heard they were illegal after I bought them, but cops are pretty cool down here in Florida with things like that
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Haha I heard they were illegal after I bought them, but cops are pretty cool down here in Florida with things like that
yeah all non oem HIDs are, but i love running them...but i stick to more 5-6ks
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Which HID kit would you guys recommend? There are TONS of different ones out there and on eBay (and of course they all say that theirs are the best ones lol)

I want to upgrade my '13 GT's lower valence fog lights to an HID system, so that they'll more closely match the color of my factory HID headlamps.
I personally like retro solutions digital 35 watt kit. They also offer a capping service to keep from blinding other drivers. Expensive but worth it.
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