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Old 07-21-2008, 07:58 PM   #1
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If i do HIDs will i still have low and high beams or do i have to buy a special kind for that?
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That depends on the kit. Some kits come with a halogen high beam others use a movable element and still others do not allow the high beam.
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you need to buy a bi kit, i have a single beam kit for my truck...its alright, be nice to have the high beams
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Are these any good?

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You would have to upgrade your wiring to handle that high voltage and heat since they are 100 watt bulbs.Those bulbs could potentially melt your headlamp housings.


If someone wants them,I have a new DDM HID kit for a 9007 application in 6000k.I bought them right before I traded my old truck in and never installed them.

I would sell them cheap.
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i have the standard kit that does not have high beams. there is no real need for them except to flash people your highs when they do it to you. the lows put out more then enough light
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ive got pilot hid's 10k blue.. it came optional for the highs but there was really no point... my lows are bright enough anyways... so many ppl flash me every once in a while... i just laugh..
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