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I mean convert them to HID ......and the fogs
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Oh....so they are plug n play now ay.....lol
Are these Main Beam HID kits easy to fit and are the Canceller Capacitor Decoder an easy fit as well.
Do you just need to change the type of blub you need for your fog lamps?

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Are these Main Beam HID kits easy to fit and are the Canceller Capacitor Decoder an easy fit as well.
Do you just need to change the type of blub you need for your fog lamps?


yes, you just plug them in....hardest bit is fitting the left H'light bulb cos your air intake gets in the way

http://www.sylvania.com/en-us/applic...s/lrgmain.aspx

yes...you just cable tie them nearby - if you buy a 'canbus' ready kit, its all built into the ballast anyway, & you dont need a separate canceller

if you change your main beam, you dont need to change the fog bulbs....but you can also do those too if you fancy


fog light bulbs as standard are 9145 (also called H10).......(all our bulbs seem to have a US number / Euro 'H' equivalent - main beam is 9005 / HB3)


BTW, our standard factory bulbs are 4300k....that means its a sort of yellowish light....the higher up the K scale you go, the bluer the light becomes, but the less 'visible' light it produces (which is why factories tend towards the lower numbers).
Also note you may be better off with 35W kits, as 55W may overload the wiring

I dont particularly commend this link (theyre all based on chinese kits after all)....its just one I pulled at random, but it gives you the option of selecting for your high beam, or fog light at the correct colour / wattage / canbus cancelling
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Highly recommend HID's to fogs and mainbeam. For the mainbeam, source d4s oem ballasts if you can. Do HID reverse lights too if your brave enough

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Highly recommend HID's to fogs and mainbeam. For the mainbeam, source d4s oem ballasts if you can. Do HID reverse lights too if your brave enough

are d4s ballasts any more responsive with latency??


ps....I've found HID reverse to be a Godsend too.....especially out here in the sticks
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For some reason warm up is slightly faster with oem's. The HID reverse light definitely is a godsend. I'm running the little G4 ballasts, still going strong

Have you hid the insect, would like to see how the lens look?
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I knew the lens you meant, just didnt understand what you were asking about it? I still have factory candle light in them - theyre completely dim, so they need HIDs at some juncture
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Can I make my fog lights come on by making changes from my EVIC?
If so, how?
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