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Old 09-17-2010, 01:12 PM   #1
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Default Does anyone have the DDMTuning 35w 6000k HID kit?

Just curious because i just ordered the 35w 6000k Raptor HID Kit from DDMTuning.. and just wanted a couple reviews from owners.. How did u like em?
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I had it in my last Regal. Used it for about 6 months or so, plus I know a lot of people that have them.

Overall it'* a good kit at a great price. Only potential issue is that the leads in the plug may be reversed. Easy way to know if the light doesn't come on. Flip them and you'll be zipping down the road.
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Hey Raptor,

That is the same HID kit i went with in my car and i love them. I did have one defective bulb originally when I received and installed them (it was white, not blue at all like the other) and had to send the pair back to them. They lived up to there return/warranty policy and I had a new pair in my car a week later. Mind you, im in michigan and there in California, so most of that time was shipping.

I really like the kit though, very bright and was very easy to install. Just basically plug and play setup! I also installed them in my fog lamps (H3 bulb) and I love them as well. I wouldnt think to order anywhere else when they are cheap and a lifetime warranty!

I would certainly recommend it!
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Thanks Eric, good to hear. I live in Michigan Also..
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Where about in MI are you? Im currently in kzoo right now working on my Mechanical Engineering degree at WMU. Do you do anything special to keep your car from rusting through the winters? Im planning on getting mudflaps...and possibly spraying frame with oil.....
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Nopee i just let it rust. LOL... wash the underbody often and there is coatings u can spray the underbody with.. nut the problem is water, mud and salt get trapped in crevices and stew. I live by Lansing in a town called Eaton Rapids. But SSEIDRIVER97 lives by Kalamazoo in Three Rivers
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thats me i live in vicksburg now bout 15 mins from kzoo
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Have had 3 of there kits...One in the Bonneville Fogs, one in my Fiances old Sonata, and now their slim ballast kit in the trailblazer (which I like way better) and they have lifetime warranty!
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