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Old 10-08-2011, 08:13 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Time For A New HID Kit. Need Some Suggestion.

Straight to the piont. Had an hid kit but lost the ballasts.

So I'm about to order the new onces from ddmtunning.i already have the bulb size and stuff but I need help the color tempeture. Since it's 100 bucks for 2 kits I might as well get the fogs too.
here the options
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1 . 6000k 55w. 3000k 35w
2. 8000k 55w 3000k 35w
3. 10000k 55w. 3000k 35w

Which option is better 1,2 or3 as color temp.?
before this when my brother had the car he had 30000k 75w or 55w (bright as fuck) with yellow bulbs for the fogs
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Old 10-08-2011, 08:41 PM   #2
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Default Re: Time for an new hid kit. Need some suggestion.

Go with #1. Better light output than the rest with a little better color than stock.
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Default Re: Time for an new hid kit. Need some suggestion.

Well i have there kits and i will say is amazing bro i did 55w 8000k is true what they say on there website , it looks like 6000k 35w in color not brightness as we all know the different btw 55w and 35w , so if you want it to look 6000k 35w then go 8000k 55w, here is a picture of the lights on in the day time it have no blue to it it look great
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Default Re: Time For A New HID Kit. Need Some Suggestion.

Or you could do 35w 6000K all the way around...
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Default Re: Time For A New HID Kit. Need Some Suggestion.

Just be mindful that the 55watt HID's will run hotter than the 35 watt ones. Most aftermarket HID makers don't put very good UV coating on their bulbs, so you can get damage to the projector bowl over time. Aftermarket bulbs(most, not all), on average, also run hotter than their OEM counterparts if run at the same wattage.

having said that, I would go for #1 at 35 watts.
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Default Re: Time For A New HID Kit. Need Some Suggestion.

Originally Posted by mr. blue sky View Post
Just be mindful that the 55watt HID's will run hotter than the 35 watt ones. Most aftermarket HID makers don't put very good UV coating on their bulbs, so you can get damage to the projector bowl over time. Aftermarket bulbs(most, not all), on average, also run hotter than their OEM counterparts if run at the same wattage.

having said that, I would go for #1 at 35 watts.
Good choice bro but like me i love the crazy bright stuff something about when i come down the street the whole block is visible that turns me on, but thanks for letting me know now i will oder me and extra pair or headlights. (might not have it that long but still good to have)

P.S if i was a safe person i will go the safe way 35w 4300k but there is nothing safe about me things like headlights and hid kits are easy to replace so just have some aside just in case.

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Default Re: Time For A New HID Kit. Need Some Suggestion.

Originally Posted by 1hawaii50 View Post
Or you could do 35w 6000K all the way around...
in my opinion it's gonna let cheap I should love tho
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Default Re: Time For A New HID Kit. Need Some Suggestion.

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Good choice bro but like me i love the crazy bright stuff something about when i come down the street the whole block is visible that turns me on, but thanks for letting me know now i will oder me and extra pair or headlights. (might not have it that long but still good to have)

P.S if i was a safe person i will go the safe way 35w 4300k but there is nothing safe about me things like headlights and hid kits are easy to replace so just have some aside just in case.
You should mainly start worrying if there is considerably less light than before(or if you start seeing large darker spots in your beam). Some projectors are more resistant to damage than others. I don't think it will damage it too quickly.
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Default Re: Time For A New HID Kit. Need Some Suggestion.

I have the 10,000K on my max and I just recently put 6,000K on my wifes car.. She has very poor eye sight and the 6,000K's are very bright.. It's all in your opinion bro..
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Default Re: Time For A New HID Kit. Need Some Suggestion.

Originally Posted by mr. blue sky View Post
You should mainly start worrying if there is considerably less light than before(or if you start seeing large darker spots in your beam). Some projectors are more resistant to damage than others. I don't think it will damage it too quickly.
Cool thanks bro will keep in mind, till then i will keep my back up headlights and 55w hid from ddm , but i must say i thing i will go 35w on the fogs this time around since i have to buy new kits.
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MaxPrime,

You ever get that gear stuck problem to happen again..?
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MaxPrime,

You ever get that gear stuck problem to happen again..?
Nope it didnt happen again you still think i should do something about it or no????
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Nope it didnt happen again you still think i should do something about it or no????
If it doesn't happen again then no need to fix it.. But, if it does happen again.. Just keep an eye on your brake light bro..
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If it doesn't happen again then no need to fix it.. But, if it does happen again.. Just keep an eye on your brake light bro..
Cool i got your number so if it happen again call will be made but no thread jack is not right
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Cool i got your number so if it happen again call will be made but no thread jack is not right
Yea, I'm sorry to the OP.. I should've took it to a PM.. Just trying to help out a fellow member..
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Yo help the op now giving your thoughts on the kits if you have any on your car ??
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white headlight and yellow fog this thing confuse me should i throw an 8000k with little buleish color with yellow ya or no?
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I like it nothing wrong with that, i will go white headlights and blue fogs but i see you like the yellow look so make it happen and post some pics when you done too.
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I like it nothing wrong with that, i will go white headlights and blue fogs but i see you like the yellow look so make it happen and post some pics when you done too.
yes i think i gonna other 6000k with 35w and 3000k 35w for fogs
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Good choice bro god luck and again pics or i will report you to the police for not posting pics of mods
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Good choice bro god luck and again pics or i will report you to the police for not posting pics of mods
haha sure will do bro
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Just remember, the shipping of ddm is nothing close to good. you can order a 747 jet engine 5 days after you ordered the ddm tuning hid kits, and yet you will receive the jet engine sooner than your HIDs. Today, it's been 2 weeks since they have confirmed that the packet has shipped and yet the god damn HIDs are still in China. I don't know about the raptors, but I ordered 35w slims with 6000k and it takes forever to have them. They ship some of their products straight from China. I wanted to order another set after a while but this time I'll go Amazon.
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Just remember, the shipping of ddm is nothing close to good. you can order a 747 jet engine 5 days after you ordered the ddm tuning hid kits, and yet you will receive the jet engine sooner than your HIDs. Today, it's been 2 weeks since they have confirmed that the packet has shipped and yet the god damn HIDs are still in China. I don't know about the raptors, but I ordered 35w slims with 6000k and it takes forever to have them. They ship some of their products straight from China. I wanted to order another set after a while but this time I'll go Amazon.
Idk about that bro i think it depends on where you at , when they ship mines i got it in 3 days no problem, it got to be some problems with your order if i was you i will call get something for free or cancel your order , i will order 2 more sets because i am doing the 6.5 conversion so the bulbs are different so i need new kits i will post when i get then and when they was ship.
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Just remember, the shipping of ddm is nothing close to good. you can order a 747 jet engine 5 days after you ordered the ddm tuning hid kits, and yet you will receive the jet engine sooner than your HIDs. Today, it's been 2 weeks since they have confirmed that the packet has shipped and yet the god damn HIDs are still in China. I don't know about the raptors, but I ordered 35w slims with 6000k and it takes forever to have them. They ship some of their products straight from China. I wanted to order another set after a while but this time I'll go Amazon.
Not true at all. their office is here in Cali once in LA and the other is in San Diego. I emailed em and they said they have em in stock
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Not true at all. there office is here in Cali once in LA and the other is in San Diego. I emailed em and they said they have em in stock
Thats what i am saying they always ship my stuff fast bro they just dont like you thats all or they may not like your city
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