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Old 10-14-2011, 12:23 PM   #1
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I'm looking to get hids on my 2010 gt I want hi and low beams as well as fogs probably gonna do 6000k does anybody know where I can order top of the line quality ones? And also if I do just low beam will my highs still work someone told me no
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custom HID conversions, HID kits, LED, CCFL specialists - retrosolutions is where I got mine from. You will want to the digital 55watt kit that comes with high and low beam with just one bulb. It will tell you everything you need to know on the site. Also, don't get anything over 6K or you will be just throwing your money away since you will be losing useable light.
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custom HID conversions, HID kits, LED, CCFL specialists - retrosolutions is where I got mine from. You will want to the digital 55watt kit that comes with high and low beam with just one bulb. It will tell you everything you need to know on the site. Also, don't get anything over 6K or you will be just throwing your money away since you will be losing useable light.
Thanks man, how much u pay, and is the installation easy?
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I did the 4300k Bi-Xenon 55 Watt HID's with the Slim Ballast on my 2011. The only thing I didn't like was that the Bi-Xenon Bulb has a magnetic high beam and when you flip on the high beam the brightness doesn't intensify, it just tilts up. It's still a good product and I love how clean the 4300k's are. (super white) Also, I've got 3000k for my fog lights.
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Thanks man, how much u pay, and is the installation easy?
Very easy

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I did the 4300k Bi-Xenon 55 Watt HID's with the Slim Ballast on my 2011. The only thing I didn't like was that the Bi-Xenon Bulb has a magnetic high beam and when you flip on the high beam the brightness doesn't intensify, it just tilts up. It's still a good product and I love how clean the 4300k's are. (super white) Also, I've got 3000k for my fog lights.
That's the way high beams work with HID's
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