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post #1 of 56 (permalink) Old 01-09-2009, 05:01 PM Thread Starter
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HID head light kits

What kind of HID kits are you guys putting in your prowler head lights?
Are you putting them in both low and hi beam or just hi?



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I need them to!!!!!

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I went with Visionx replacements. I replace the low beams that way when you put on the brights both lights come on. With these and my two ACRO HIDS it is like driving in daylight at night!!!!!!!!!!! I have seen some on ebay for about $120.00 this is the item #130261999681
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Randy @ atvonics has the good ones.Two years now been running mine and no issues.All four for offroad use.Just high beams if you drive on the road at night.You will need low beams halogen so you dont blind people.With all four you get four 35 watt hids.Lots of light.



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I run vision X in all 4, but did have a ballast go in one of them, that I had to replace.

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Just installed a set of HID's in the high beam location on my 08.

Here is the only problem I had, there was no connector to put on the 2 wires going to the stock headlight wiring.




Here is the solution, got the male connectors, the wires snap right in place and give you a factory type connection.




Now everything plugs in just like it should and gives you a tight seal.






Here is where I mounted the ballasts.




Not bad for a $55.00 investment.

I'll get some night pics of the lights on in the near future.

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Just installed a set of HID's in the high beam location on my 08.

Here is the only problem I had, there was no connector to put on the 2 wires going to the stock headlight wiring.




Here is the solution, got the male connectors, the wires snap right in place and give you a factory type connection.




Now everything plugs in just like it should and gives you a tight seal.






Here is where I mounted the ballasts.




Not bad for a $55.00 investment.

I'll get some night pics of the lights on in the near future.

Outstanding info do you have a Web page for the company you got the plugs from?



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I got mine off Ebay. Just type Male HID connector into the search box and they should come up.

Here is the sellers website.---DistantXtremes Lighting | Industry Leader in HID Technology - Male Plastic Connector Set

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Thanks for the info Triple J!
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DDM Tuning HID kit

I installed the Apexcone Raptor 50 watt HID kit from DDM Tuning, WOW they are bright. The only drawback is that itís not plug_and_play. All you need to do is remove the stock plug with a small screw driver and install the plugs that come with the kit. The great part is that they come with a life time warranty for about 50 dollars. I will try to upload pictures later.
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