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Posted: Mon Sep 15, 2008 9:38 pm 
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Is it possible to get a H4 High/Low beam kit?
How much extra would we be looking at?

 

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Posted: Mon Sep 15, 2008 10:59 pm 
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newby wrote:
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could be intersted but, newbie question....is drilling holes required to mount the ballasts & if so wheres the best place?

Hey mate, there are existing holes in your car, you can use them, or you will have to drill holes (small screws nothing big), or you can zip tie the ballast down.

Saiken wrote:
Is it possible to get a H4 High/Low beam kit?
How much extra would we be looking at?

Hey mate, yes you can order BI xenon, their $200, $50 more.


Thread updated, I have just installed them into my car, check out the pictures.
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HID's are 6000k H4
Standard lights you see are SUper whites 55watt Halogens

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Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 12:52 am 
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Saiken wrote:
Is it possible to get a H4 High/Low beam kit?
How much extra would we be looking at?



What about for ef /el xr6 lights?? Would this reqire two kits (6000k low +8000k high?? ) talk about blinding :twisted: Or is there a kit that would come as a set to do these lights?? It would look a bit wierd if the low were brighter than the high + different type of light being emmitted.

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 1:00 am 
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grub73 wrote:
Saiken wrote:
Is it possible to get a H4 High/Low beam kit?
How much extra would we be looking at?



What about for ef /el xr6 lights?? Would this reqire two kits (6000k low +8000k high?? ) talk about blinding :twisted: Or is there a kit that would come as a set to do these lights?? It would look a bit wierd if the low were brighter than the high + different type of light being emmitted.

Basically these HID's tap into your normal headlight plug (plug that fits into the acutal light), if your after Bixenon (H/L beams) you use the same HID bulb, it just gets alot brighter than usual.

I am selling Single beam (which are inteh pictures) and when i turn my high beams on it over powers the HID's.
If you want BI Xenon I can get them in as well, same single bulb but with a different relay setup. they are $200 instead of $150.
Some people who want to go extreme run two sets of HID's the second Kit (for High beams) they usually go a higher wattage, thats if you want to spend that kind of money.
ED-EF Xr lights are H1 Correct?

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Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 1:02 am 
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Hybrid34 wrote:
grub73 wrote:
Saiken wrote:
Is it possible to get a H4 High/Low beam kit?
How much extra would we be looking at?



What about for ef /el xr6 lights?? Would this reqire two kits (6000k low +8000k high?? ) talk about blinding :twisted: Or is there a kit that would come as a set to do these lights?? It would look a bit wierd if the low were brighter than the high + different type of light being emmitted.

Basically these HID's tap into your normal headlight plug (plug that fits into the acutal light), if your after Bixenon (H/L beams) you use the same HID bulb, it just gets alot brighter than usual.

I am selling Single beam (which are inteh pictures) and when i turn my high beams on it over powers the HID's.
If you want BI Xenon I can get them in as well, same single bulb but with a different relay setup. they are $200 instead of $150.

Some people who want to go extreme run two sets of HID's the second Kit (for High beams) they usually go a higher wattage, thats if you want to spend that kind of money.

ED-EF Xr lights are H1 Correct?

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Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 1:16 am 
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I Honestly couldn't say what type of globes they use, But the piont that I'm getting at is that a standard falcon using H4 will switch between high and low whereas the xr6 activates all four at the same time, and if i'm going to the trouble of changing the low beams (outer lights) , the hi beam(inner) lights would be dimmer. The reason that your highbeam overpowers the xennon,could be due to the fact that the low beam switches off when high beam is activated.

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 1:24 am 
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Ok so the way I understand it is that I buy two kits to do a full xr6 conversion ?$300 for new lights might count me out.... at this stage ;-) even though it is an extremely good price and worth while mod IMO.. gotta love good lights in a car.

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 1:43 am 
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grub73 wrote:
Ok so the way I understand it is that I buy two kits to do a full xr6 conversion ?$300 for new lights might count me out.... at this stage ;-) even though it is an extremely good price and worth while mod IMO.. gotta love good lights in a car.

No worries mate, I will start asking for payments in about a week and a half.
As for the XR both H/L staying on, and standard lights interchanging off and on. I will get back to you on that one tomorrow
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Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 9:03 pm 
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With the standard lights you will need the bi-xenon setup. It has a relay included so that when your high beams are on, the low beams stay on but it has a magnet that readjusts the beam height for high beam.

If you get the normal single setup for H4, unless you do some rewiring/soldering, the low beams will turn off completely when you have high beams on.

 

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Posted: Tue Sep 16, 2008 10:57 pm 
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So is that true for XR's?

I can buy 2 kits to have highs & lows?

 

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Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 2:28 pm 
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JohnnyFX wrote:
So is that true for XR's?

I can buy 2 kits to have highs & lows?


Yes mate, unfortunalty ALL Bi-xenon setups run on the fact of:
Lowbeams on
highbeams turned on (lowbeams turn off)
highbeams turned off (Lowbeams come back on)

If you want you can buy two seperate kits, keeping in mind HID's take a second to warm up thus you wont get an instant flash, but for Highway driving you wont have a problem.
If you interetesd in getting two kits PM me and I can get you a better price.
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Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 2:44 pm 
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***********UPDATE*******
For those who are interested, I am now accepting payments
I will only accept payment through online banking as it is proof of payment (both parities are happy), unless arranged otherwise.


Name: Ash Yap
BSB: 083266
Bank Account: 812273397

Once payment is completed and order is sent, shipment should take 1 week (DHL express). + time for postage to your address.
I am located in VIC S.E Suburbs so pickup is avaliable.
Please Fill in the Form Below either sending via PM or email at expendable34@hotmail.com
FINAL PAYMENT IS DUE 24th WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 2008.
$150 + pp (I will send you back Postage expenses once I receive your form, There will also be registered parcle charge $3 just to be on the safe side).


NAME:
Address(Incl Postcode):
BSB:
Bank Acc:
Contact Ph:

*Type of bulb:
*Bulb Illumination:
*HID KIT:

*Type of Bulb refers to H4,H1 Globes, please be 100%.
*Please choose between 6000k and 8000k
*Primarily Single Beam $150, If you really want H/L They will be $200.
Please write one of the following in the *HID KIT:
-SINGLE
-H/L

 

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Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 8:55 pm 
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I didn't bother getting separate high beams. Xenon lights don't like to be "flashed" on and off, and even though I live in outer western sydney, you're always turning high beams on and off when you're passing cars etc.

Not only that, you have twice as many ballasts to hide!

 

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Posted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 8:59 pm 
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One Drone wrote:
I didn't bother getting separate high beams. Xenon lights don't like to be "flashed" on and off, and even though I live in outer western sydney, you're always turning high beams on and off when you're passing cars etc.

Not only that, you have twice as many ballasts to hide!

Thats true, If you don't have the XR H1 setup the H4 Hi/Lo are instant flash as it uses the same bulb thats already on.

So for normal H4 lights (non XR) you can have Hi/Lo beam, or Single beam,
As for XR its only Single Beams. XR lights look reallly good as you've got the projectors.

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Posted: Thu Oct 02, 2008 1:24 am 
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Damn missed out on the group buy!

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