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Posted: Wed Dec 24, 2008 10:56 am 
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Recently sold 20kits mix of single and H/L, all customers are happy to date with no issues.
I've had a few people who have asked me for some HID kits, So I'm starting another group buy.
****This will be the last order I place for people

These Kits are brand new out of the box with three months warranty.
They are available in any globe type (to fit any car)

Temp Rating (Colour that the light emits) comes in:
6000k - Crystal White
8000k - White/Blue tinge
10000k - Deep Blue

Single Beam kits are $160 AUS
H/L Dual Kits are $210AUS
*note: H/L only come in H4 Globes

Full Payment can be made or Deposit into my account.
Will Provide full receipt.
Im hopeing to get all orders in (in 2 weeks time)
Pickup is available on request or postage at the buyers expense.

Feel free to ask any questions
Cheers guys

- Ash

**I am located in S.E Melbourne

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Fairlane is a singlebeam 8000k White/Blue Tinge
Probe is 100Watt Superwhite Halogen Globes (as a comparison)

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Posted: Sun Dec 28, 2008 10:41 pm 
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How easy are they to install??? Never done one before so id be interested to find out more about it before id commit to buying one....
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Posted: Sun Dec 28, 2008 11:19 pm 
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can u tell me the difference between dual and single beam?

are there any installation instructions out there?

is that $210 posted to my door ?
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Posted: Sun Dec 28, 2008 11:32 pm 
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Do you have access to 15,000k H1 kits? I have 6,000k low beam H4's, but they work better than my halogen high beam H1's haha. I want a super bright blinding high beam.
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Posted: Mon Dec 29, 2008 12:33 am 
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15,000K is purple, UV - like in a gay disco.The brightest visible light will be in the 6000-7000K range. Remember this is the colour temperature, not the power output.

 

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Posted: Mon Dec 29, 2008 6:10 am 
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bah, lkast order was at a bad time, and so is this one for me.... god damn .

 

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Posted: Mon Dec 29, 2008 7:39 pm 
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These dont look like the same kits as they were in the first group buy....

Any reason why??

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Posted: Wed Dec 31, 2008 1:16 pm 
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dazza2924 wrote:
How easy are they to install??? Never done one before so id be interested to find out more about it before id commit to buying one....

Hey mate, these are very easy to install, they are going into your Fairmont yeah? Which will be a H4 globe, Its all plug and play as it connects to your existing loom/ wiring. Takes around 30minutes..
The Hi/Lows take a bit longer as theres a bit more wireing to go into it...not rocket science :D

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can u tell me the difference between dual and single beam?

are there any installation instructions out there?

is that $210 posted to my door ?

Singlebeam are just your low beams (head lights),...where as a Dual beam Hi/low has your Low beams and your highbeams (using the same bulb)
There are installation instructions in the box, and is very simple..
$210 is for the Hi/Low Kit only Postage is approx $15 (I'd have to get your post code)

fordman351 wrote:
Do you have access to 15,000k H1 kits? I have 6,000k low beam H4's, but they work better than my halogen high beam H1's haha. I want a super bright blinding high beam.


Yes I can, but if you want blinding light, i would stick to a 6000k or 8000k HID Kit as that would give you optimum temp range

dazza2924 wrote:
These dont look like the same kits as they were in the first group buy....

Any reason why??

Dazz

Exaclty the same kits, only difference is the 3month warrenty and the box (As I changed the order to this box..looks better :D


Hope this helps all of your questions
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Posted: Wed Dec 31, 2008 1:53 pm 
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Hi Mate,
so a H/L kit includes 4 globes is this right?
I want to do the Fairmont when I get it together.
Maybe the Terry should get them too. The Terry has good lights already. Much better than the EF.

 

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Posted: Wed Dec 31, 2008 6:04 pm 
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Rick's EF Fairmont Wagon wrote:
Hi Mate,
so a H/L kit includes 4 globes is this right?
I want to do the Fairmont when I get it together.
Maybe the Terry should get them too. The Terry has good lights already. Much better than the EF.


Hey mate,
The H/L Kit only has 2 Globes, when you put your highbeams on, the solenoid retracts (bends ) the light upwards to give you a highbeam effect,
The Terry's have great lighting systems already compared to the Ef's, But if you wanted to go HID it would be brighter.

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im only concerned about high beam atm what wattage are we looking at?

 

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Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 11:33 am 
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GTFORDMAN wrote:
im only concerned about high beam atm what wattage are we looking at?


The HID kits are a 35W...even though that seems significantly lower than your standard 55watt Halogen, their alot brighter ( a huge difference)

 

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Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2009 12:25 pm 
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Hybrid34 wrote:
GTFORDMAN wrote:
im only concerned about high beam atm what wattage are we looking at?


The HID kits are a 35W...even though that seems significantly lower than your standard 55watt Halogen, their alot brighter ( a huge difference)


you couldnt get anything with a bit more "punch" then that could you?

is there a pair of H2's could you get so i can convert some drivng lights?

 

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Posted: Sat Jan 03, 2009 8:14 am 
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GTFORDMAN wrote:
Hybrid34 wrote:
GTFORDMAN wrote:
im only concerned about high beam atm what wattage are we looking at?


The HID kits are a 35W...even though that seems significantly lower than your standard 55watt Halogen, their alot brighter ( a huge difference)


you couldnt get anything with a bit more "punch" then that could you?

is there a pair of H2's could you get so i can convert some drivng lights?


Honestly 35watt HIDs are significantly brighter than 100watt Halogens, you'll get alot more 'punch' outta HID lights and ur standard Halogens, in saying this i can get in 55watt HID's but I wouldn't recommend them because they would be way to bright
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Posted: Sat Jan 03, 2009 12:00 pm 
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Hybrid34 wrote:
GTFORDMAN wrote:
Hybrid34 wrote:
GTFORDMAN wrote:
im only concerned about high beam atm what wattage are we looking at?


The HID kits are a 35W...even though that seems significantly lower than your standard 55watt Halogen, their alot brighter ( a huge difference)


you couldnt get anything with a bit more "punch" then that could you?

is there a pair of H2's could you get so i can convert some drivng lights?


Honestly 35watt HIDs are significantly brighter than 100watt Halogens, you'll get alot more 'punch' outta HID lights and ur standard Halogens, in saying this i can get in 55watt HID's but I wouldn't recommend them because they would be way to bright
Cheers
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i do a helluva lot of hway and country driving at night mate, and trying to spot roo's and other wildlife at 120 is not much fun, so count me in if you can get: *55w H2 HID's* cheers :)

 

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