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Blue HIDs

Discussion in 'Lighting Discussion' started by Prophet1990, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. Prophet1990

    Prophet1990 New Member

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    Hello everyone, just got my Blue HIDs in the mail, the link below are the exact ones I got and they are working great! They were surprisingly cheap as apposed to some of the other places and sites. Ill post pictures of before and after



    http://www.neweggmall.com/Product/2010827260/product.html
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  2. Randomsoleil

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    love to see a pic after the install
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  3. Eddie Z71

    Eddie Z71 New Member

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    I bet they do look great! Hope to see some pictures when you get it all done!:glasses:
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  4. TritonBoulder47

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    Thise are not HIDs... They are Xenon Gas halogen bulbs... They are a great upgrade from factory bulbs... I've been using Luminics Pure Blue buls on all of my vehicles...

    I soon will be gettin HID's from DDM Tuning though...
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  5. kwalls22

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    I got a set of 8000k plug and play H.I.D.'s on my 09 silverado and i absolutely love them. They are super bright. The 8000k bulbs are slightly blue which i personally like the best but they have a range of colors out there. The only thing that im not fond of with H.I.D.'s is constantly getting "beamed" because people think i have my high beams on but its whatever well worth the purchase couldn't be happier.
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  6. Prophet1990

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    @trition, Oh ok haha so i guess these are just HID "look alikes" then? I guess I was/am a bit confused on which is which but after I looked at the site you linked i found out a bit more but thank you for clearlifying the diffrence :)

    @walls, haha yea I went out with the girl right after I pluged them in and well i swore 2 cars flashed at me so i flashed back hahah hoepfully they wont make that mistake twice :p

    ok here are the photos they arnt that great but still get the general idea better then the normal plain old yellow :)


    the one shot of the lights before that was some what decent had the flash on for some strange reason but all in all for less then 20$ (shipping and handeling included) I am very happy. Love the cheap but effective ways to set my truck appart from so many look alikes!
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  7. TritonBoulder47

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    No prob man... Awesome improvement... :great:
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  8. Randomsoleil

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    looks good man
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  9. ejohnson03

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    I installed a set of the Blue Xenon bulbs in my 1994 K1500 and they are bright.

    But they are also 100w each, which is causing the Headlamp switch to overheat.:gasp:

    I am on my third switch now.
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  10. Prophet1990

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    thanks

    Thanks everyone! i personaly like driving better at night now
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  11. Shorty 71

    Shorty 71 New Member

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    Looks awesome!!
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  12. MrLM7

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    Yeah, those higher wattage bulbs can turn your harness into toast... I have DDM's 55W 6000K in my highs, lows, and fogs... No regrets...
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