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Old 02-28-2003, 11:17 PM   #11
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I don't so much like the projector style HIDs, but I do like the standard HID fixtures, like on the Acura or the Lincoln Mark VIII.

I don't want a color that'* too exaggerated, just the standard HID color that you see today.
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I am a dealer for street glow, eaglite, k-max. I will post prices for hid kits and colors. I support group buys. the smallest group buy is a 10 qty. within the next 2 days i'll post in this fourm a price listing. If we can all agree on a color i'm sure we could get a good deal. I have not bought my own hid kit yet for my 95 SSEi. any specfic question e-mail me

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smellbird did you buy the dual kit or did you just change one set of lights, and what about fog lights?
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I just got low beams, I didnt want to get to crazy.
Fog lights are the stock 27 watt 880 style bulb. I've been thinking of upgrading these to something more powerful but I am going to wait and do some performance mods before I change those.
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Hey Smellbird, If you are looking to upgrade your fogs..look into blazer 3200 diamond blue driving lights. These would supplement your HIDS, and you wouldn't even need your high beams! *note* driving lights are supplments to your high beams - I learned this from all the high beams flashed at me for running mine with the lows I KNOW THEY WERE AIMED CORRECTLY TOO!!
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Hmmmm. Thanks for the suggestion, where did you get yours? I've seen some at 3800 Performance, will those work for the Bonny too?
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HID Kits will be available from domestic performance Very very soon. For every year bonneville and everything else. All you will need to find witch kit to order is the bulb number of your stock lights . for example my 95 SSEi the low beam is a 9006. the high beam is a 9005. My fog light is a 880. 880 is not a supported size because it goes in a plastic housing so switch to the blazertech metal housing and use the H3 HID kit. The kits are by K-max or Max. the 2 kalvin color tempatures that will be offered are 6000 and 8000 degrees. the 6000 is white. the 8000 is white with a hint of purple. Generally the 8000 kit is more expensive but we will see how TY will price it.
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What kind of ballasts will be stocked?
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the 6000K system uses 2 1st generation panasonic ballasts

The 8000K system uses 2 2nd generation Hella ballasts made in germany.
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