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Which HID kit would you recommend?

I'm looking for a reliable bright HID kit. Any suggestion would be appreciated.
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Re: Which HID kit would you recommend?

After having one, once, I wouldn't.
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Re: Which HID kit would you recommend?

id go LED. plug and play no ballast to deal with. led > HID all day
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Re: Which HID kit would you recommend?

Agreed^ for stock headlights that are not retrofitted you should use LED. Easier and it is still very bright. If you are looking for HID still then I highly recommend Xenon depot. They aren't the cheapest but I've had mine for a couple years now with zero issues. Don't buy the cheap China ones. They will blow out within months. I've had a bunch of HID kits. Save your money and do it right the first time. The HID kit i got from Xenon Depot ran around 100 bucks. They are having cyber monday deals today if you want to cop some lol They have a more expensive OEM grade setup if you want too its a little more $$$
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Re: Which HID kit would you recommend?

Yes, please don't place HIDs in your stock halogen housings. You'll blind oncoming traffic and actually have less light output available for you to use. Either get a projector retrofit or an LED bulb upgrade.
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