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Old 03-31-2014, 09:04 AM
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Retrosolutions should be avoided. Try giving Jeremy from the retro shop (.) US an email. He used to get supplies from them but now gets his stock from TRS. He is supposed to be the ram specialist I suppose. I've emailed him a few times and ordered my kit throug him. So far he has answered any questions and helped me get a recall done for my ballasts with TRS (long story with SS ballasts and starting in cold weather). His kits are just as expensive but the built quality is well.... Amazing.
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So chuck you're happy with RetroShop? That's the company I'm leaning towards. I have a 13 Sport with factory projectors I really want an HID kit but really don't want hassle
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Retrosolutions should be avoided. Try giving Jeremy from the retro shop (.) US an email.
Excellent advise. I have not do business with retro shop us but I have with the other and I regret that choice. When the weather breaks, my new parts will come from retro shop dot us.
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My hid kit comes in today from retroshop us. I'm going to have to wait till tomorrow to do the install. Will let everyone know how it turns out.
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Looking forward to both reviews
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Installed my hid kit yesterday. The wiring was a little confusing at first. Just need to take ur time and lay everything out. The difference is amazing. I also put in pilot LEDs in all the turn signals but I need to put some resisters in. I'm getting hyper flashing and a bulb out msg.
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So I'm assuming your install went smooth? No errors or flickering on the HID kit?

How much was the kit?
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It was easy once you lay out the wires. No flickering or bulb out msg. I picked it up from retroshop. For the 55w 6000k kit was $180 free shipping.
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I could never get HID's to work
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Old 04-21-2014, 04:38 PM
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This kit is all plug and play. A couple of ground screws. No cutting wires
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