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Old 10-09-2010, 09:40 AM   #1
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hi im looking for HIDs for my bike. Does anyone know where or website selling it for cheap? and of course comes with lifetime warrenty..
hmmm i was thinking about mixing it up one side 3k and one 12k
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Old 10-09-2010, 09:59 AM   #2
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I will do the MH thing and say HID factory. My brother got their set up and he was very satisfied with the work. Wiring was clean and slim ballasts were well placed.

I say go there. Very economical.
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Just ordered mine from DDM Tuning. I've always heard good things from them, although I would recommend you dont go with 3k and 12k.
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Old 10-09-2010, 01:50 PM   #5
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I got hidfacrory to do mine. very clean and fast while still bring cheap, and they off warranty and product and install
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o really dam u just put in my order a lil while ago ddm . i went with 12k with 55 watt and 3k 35ballast. lol jut incase i get caught in the fog lol . should look nice
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you are aware that the 12000k's are purple right? and that the lumens rating is lower than a standard halogen bulb.. There's a reason car manufacturers use 4500k bulbs. The lower the temperature, the higher the light output.
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well i got 12k on my car ,lights up the road like a UFO doesnt seem purple just when it ges warmed up, and i can see just fine
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12000k's have a rating of 500-750 lumens, a standard halogen bulb has a rating of 1000-1500 lumens. 4500k bulbs have a rating of around 3000 lumens. Google ftw..
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The 55w is too much for your bike or any bike, the housing is too small and it will heat up quick and you can damage your wireharness
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i got a buddy that does mobile hid installs on cars and bikes, i can pm u his number if u want
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should be plug and play
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I got mine from DDM and considering I've never installed HID's, they were VERY easy. And great quality product w/ lifetime warranty. Most of it was plug and play!
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Any place local to buy motorcycle HID's??
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