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BLKMAGIC 10-30-2013 06:43 PM

what brand HID's are you running?
 
So I am going to do low beam and fog HID kits, but havent decided where I want to get the HID's from....I've used DDM in the past, but reliability was always an issue. So, what brands are you guys running? Are you happy with them thus far?

Asur 10-30-2013 08:06 PM

I run over 15 sets of Retrosolution Digital ballasts, no issues

Kamanhart 10-30-2013 09:12 PM

Im running retrosolutions like asur and I love them the customer service is fantastic

BLKMAGIC 10-30-2013 09:52 PM

Looking at retro solutions now, why the upcharge for the ram

gcscott 10-31-2013 12:19 AM

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Originally Posted by BLKMAGIC (Post 1233533)
Looking at retro solutions now, why the upcharge for the ram

Upcharge is for the wiring harness and the resistors.

I just installed Retro Solutions 5000K HID Low Beam Lights 55 Watt. It was an easy install.


I have DDM Tuning 3000k HID 35 watt in my fog lights. Have to have the wiring harness or the bulbs will flicker.

Greg

CaptDuff 10-31-2013 01:55 AM

Maxlux 35W 6000K lows and fogs

Kamanhart 10-31-2013 09:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BLKMAGIC (Post 1233533)
Looking at retro solutions now, why the upcharge for the ram

Quote:

Originally Posted by gcscott (Post 1233689)
Upcharge is for the wiring harness and the resistors.

I just installed Retro Solutions 5000K HID Low Beam Lights 55 Watt. It was an easy install.


I have DDM Tuning 3000k HID 35 watt in my fog lights. Have to have the wiring harness or the bulbs will flicker.

Greg

Just like gcscott said, the upcharge is to prevent all the horror stories you hear about it the rams and the flickering lights and ballasts not working. it also includes the harness to keep you from getting a the bulb out indicators and makes the entire thing plug and play.. when i installed mine the hardest part was choosing what brew i wanted to drink while installing it :LOL:

dvarn 10-31-2013 10:08 AM

I've been running Philips Xenons in the lights (high, low & fogs) for almost 2 years now. Full wiring harness with ballasts. No issues until a relay on the harness went funny last week, but relays do go bad


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