3000k - golden yellow most suitable for fog lights
5000k - pure white closest to OEM headlights (brightest color choice)
6000k - white with a hint of blue
8000k - blue/white color
12000k, 15000k, 30000k - the lights get a deeper blue the higher you go (30000k is the deepest blue)
Cross Reference for HID on bulb sizes (for HID these sizes are interchangeable):
Pink HID Conversion Kits (Extra $15)
Purple HID Conversion Kits (Extra $15)
If you are looking for a Hi/Low Telescopic Dual Beam Bi-Xenon kit add ($35).
We recommend using a relay harness (picture below) to solve flickering issues with Fords. (Add $20)
------------- Frequently Asked Questions:
Question: What brand are your HID kits? Answer: Our HID kits are made by one of the highest quality manufacturers in the industry. Because we are selling them at a price that is 70% less than MSRP price of their branded line, our manufacturers will not allow us to brand these kits. Question: Do you provide a warranty on your HID kits?
Answer: Yes, our HID kits come with a ONE full year warranty. If your ballasts or bulbs stop working due to normal usage during this year, we will replace any defective parts for you. Shipping charges are not covered by the warranty. Question: Are these HID kits water proof?
Answer: Yes, Our HID kits are tested to be water proof as well as shock proof.
Question: Do you offer discounts for bulk orders or wholesale? Answer: Yes, contact me for more details.
Thanks for Looking!!!
Jon To (909) 539-7987
(OFF ROAD USE ONLY)
Last edited by Jon_To; 11-03-2009 at 03:01 PM.
Reason: PRICE DROP!
Pink, purple, and deep blue will get you pulled over, but if your trying to be different then i would recommend that to you. You probably would attract a lot of attention and everyone would probably comment on your car. If that would be a good thing or not, would be up to the person.