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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 03-04-2012, 02:05 AM
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Sweet, sounds like an easy install. I had no idea these kits where coming from China. Anyways, yeah get some pics up man.
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Looks like the airbox has to be removed for the driver side headlight swap, OR is there enough room.
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Drivers side air box HAS to be removed. Otherwise there's no way of getting to the back of the headlight.
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Very simple removal though!
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Still havent ordered these yet How long is everyone waiting to get their orders? I have been swamped with work hoping to order tonight
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Not thrilled with HID lamps

If you have good night vision, bright lights are the worst thing for it. If the stock non-HID lamps aren't allowing you to see well, maybe you need to have your eyes checked. The HID lamps really brighten up what is in front of them, but I can't see the deer off in the non-lit areas nearly as well. And I can't begin to talk about if they are on oncoming cars.

In general, brighter headlights are great only if you are the only person on the road.
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