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Cheap HID's and LED's (helpful for people looking for mod's or ideas)

Discussion in 'Lighting Discussion' started by Camaro69car, Oct 21, 2013.

  1. Camaro69car

    Camaro69car Member 1 Year 100 Posts

    Hey y'all, I'm new to the site, as well as the chevy family. However, when I had my 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer, I used a couple of products that I would like to share. with everyone.

    1st site is Http://

    I've had 3 sets of HID's through them 3,000K 35W H11's; 10,000K 35W & 55W 55W's are in the high beams of my Captiva, and I can see about 5 miles down the road.

    All HID Kits come with a LIFETIME warranty on Bulb and Ballast, I've had 1 ballast get frozen on me, and they replaced it no questions asked (10 below winter caused it to freeze after a car wash) This company has awesome customer service as well. Plus they have sales that go on for 35W kits for $35.

    As with most HID's they do take about 10 seconds to get to full output. but the light output more than makes up for it.

    2nd site is Http://

    The name explains it all. I had 194/168 Wedge base bulbs for my parking lights, and I could almost drive with just them on. These lights are awesome. However, If you have a stereo system that causes your lights to dim when the bass drops, I would not recommend LED's. Hyper-flashing became an issue for me.

    PM me if you have any questions/comments/concerns.

    My apologies if this violates any forum rules.

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