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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-04-2007, 03:32 PM Thread Starter
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New HID's on the R1

I can say they didn't turn out bad.... but in person they look 1000 x's better! The pictures just don't do them justice what so ever. And the vid I attached at the bottom really doesn't do it ANY justice.... But take my word for it, they are amazing... I also included 2 pic's of what they look like on my Mustang... Both kits are 8,000K from a sponsor of mine http://www.ultrabrightlights.com If your interested in a set please let me know cuz I can get a discounted price. Let me know what ya'll think

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HID's on the Mustang -





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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-04-2007, 05:58 PM
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Those look awesome! It would be nice to have dual HID low and high beams for late night twisty runs...
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I put a hi/low set on my bike too...

That has got to be one the best daytime "be seen" mods... It works great at night light the road too, huh?

Congrats! Great choice!


EDIT::: Very nice vid and Stang!

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Looks great, I want!
How long did the install take? Do people flash their lights at you a lot? Been pulled for them at all?
Some kits don't come with projectors so they can be pretty blinding and get you in trouble I've heard.

How much can you get a kit for an 03 GSXR 1000 for?
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I can get the single beam for $175 shipped.... and dual kit for $275 shipped. If you would like a set let me know. Thanks!

Took about 45 min to install. Plug and play kit. Very Very nice!!!

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Looks great, I like it.
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Thanks for the pics
I have been wanting these for my bike and car.

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just let me know if any of you all want them

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I can get the single beam for $175 shipped.... and dual kit for $275 shipped. If you would like a set let me know. Thanks!

Took about 45 min to install. Plug and play kit. Very Very nice!!!
So they don't have projectors? Don't you need projectors to get anything more than insanely bright glare?

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I don't have projectors in my bike or car and they are fine in both.

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ok im new to the hid thing....whats the difference in the single and dual kits? which one would i need for an 03 r6?
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ok im new to the hid thing....whats the difference in the single and dual kits? which one would i need for an 03 r6?
single kits you get one bulb, dual you get two

I am getting some for my CBR and some people get singles because they only need one bulb and dont care about changing out the high beam bulb.

www.xenonexpert.com sells a slimline ddm HID kit that is pretty easy to hide, which is good because the CBR has like 0 room to hide stuff.

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