Originally Posted by MCDavis
Do they "work" is subjective. Yes they produce light. No it's not good light. Scattered light all over the place.
Plug n play HID kits in reflector housings are horrible for any oncoming traffic. Either look into a retrofit ($1000 +) or just buy some damn good halogens (Philips X-treme power worked well in my 2006). I wish PnP HID kits would just go away.
Mr.Davis is correct.
Please use common sense and respect for others and never place HIDs in non projector beam housings.It was and will never be designed to do so.Here is a perfect example.Z71 driving around near all of us, us being all 4x4s parked up at the church today.I said hey brother,do you know that your headlights and fog lights are blinding oncoming traffic? His response was a shoulder shrug and I dont care....Please dont be that guy!
What I am doing is buying the Mini H1 Morimoto and installing my self with pre purchased Philips HID kit sold under the German Hylux name.Same components,just doesnt have Philips stamped into the Aluminum housing.Sold on E#%y for roughly $75 Dollars with Bulbs.
Total cost for all parts $205.00 and it will be correct for the road.
Let me know if you need links and any help finding components.