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Old 07-20-2012, 10:56 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Good Hid Kit

I recently switched back to my halogen bulbs. Hid was flickering really bad. I have had to kits an they both flickered. I bought the harness an a flicker kit an didn't solve the problem. So either i had bad bulbs or ballast. What is a good hid kit. One i won't have to worry about the flickering?
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Old 07-20-2012, 11:01 AM   #2
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The ddmtuning hid kits are very cheap, and mine have been working well since i installed them. No issues. Just tape everything up well to minimize water getting to the connectors.
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I bought a set of H11's for my fog lights off of CL for like 30.00. Ive had them for about 1.5 years and I havent had one issue with them. I think the cheap stuff is hit and miss.
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My ddm tuning kit also worked flawless for the whole year that I had them.
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Default Re: Good Hid Kit

The best HID kit is just to swap the whole housing with OEM Nissan HIDs already installed in it. Not only do you get a crystal clear housing that isn't sun baked but everything is plug n play too. But most people don't want to spend the money.
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The best HID kit is just to swap the whole housing with OEM Nissan HIDs already installed in it. Not only do you get a crystal clear housing that isn't sun baked but everything is plug n play too. But most people don't want to spend the money.
6 or 700 dollars just for one. Does not seem like a good investment. Not on 6 going on 7yr old car...lol... Maybe gonna keep her 1 more year an try an slide into a 2013 alitma 3.5 sr with sport package. Or see what the maxima will run after it's a year old...
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