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Old 10-08-2009, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default Gb: Hid conversion kits 70 or less!

This group buy is for HID Conversion Kits.
10 people ---> $70 a kit(free shipping within the USA)
15 people ---> $65 a Kit(free shipping within the USA)
20+ People --> $60 a kit(free shipping within the USA)

This Group Buy will end Friday October 30th!!!!

You are more then welcome to pay anytime, but payment will not be needed until the group buy has ended and bulb size and color needs to be pm or post. (with all Paypal charges should include forum name, screen name, bulb size, and color temp.)

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TpzHID@hotmail.com

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This HID Kit includes:

2 Xenon HID Bulbs
2 Digital HID Ballasts
2 Mounting Brackets
All Necessary Wiring and Connectors
Installation Manual

Warranty:
Our HID products come with a ONE year warranty against any defects. Physical damage is not covered


Important: When sending payment please include the following information.

1. Bulb Size
2. Color Temperature

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Upgrade from the standard Halogen to the brilliance of HID technology today!



Bulb Sizes Available:

H1, H3, H4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H13

HB1, HB2, HB3, HB4, HB5

9003, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 9008, 9140, 9145, 880, 881 (all 800 series available)

Color Temperatures Available:

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)
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Pink HID Conversion Kits (Add $15)
Purple HID Conversion Kits (Add $15)
This price is for single beam kits. If you are looking for a Hi/Low Telescopic Dual Beam Bi-Xenon kit add (Add $35).
We recommend using a relay harness (picture below) to solve flickering issues with Fords. (Add $20)

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Thanks for Looking!!!

Jon To

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How does this work for those vehicles that have combined Hi/Low bulbs? Does this kit pricing pertain to the Bi-Xenon for those applications?
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How does this work for those vehicles that have combined Hi/Low bulbs? Does this kit pricing pertain to the Bi-Xenon for those applications?
Using HID, you wouldn't need a high beam. You can use the single beam HID on any headlight, you'll just not have a high beam. You'll be allowed a choice of getting the Bi-Xenon kit for an extra $35 which comes with a free relay harness.

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Good to know. I know here in TX and in VA, you must have functional highbeams for your vehicle to pass state inspection. I am not sure how many states are like that (most, I would hope).
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Good to know. I know here in TX and in VA, you must have functional highbeams for your vehicle to pass state inspection. I am not sure how many states are like that (most, I would hope).
Yeah that true... i'm located out in california, so everyone i know doesn't get pulled over for it. if everyone wants the Bi-xenon then i'll drop the price for it. thanks for the info.
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is this kit specific to a f150 or it is a universal kit, that you can make work on any vehicle
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I would consider it...
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is this kit specific to a f150 or it is a universal kit, that you can make work on any vehicle
Its a universal kit that we are engineering for F150/Fords.

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If you would like, be the first!
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i'll be second. Anyone else for a group sale ?
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i'll be second. Anyone else for a group sale ?
Pm me what size and color you want.
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