10000K HID's vs. 15000K HID's
I bought some NOTTO SE HID's and 3 days after I had them installed they turned WHITE.. So i called up carID.com where I bought them from and had them send me a new set.. it took over a month to get the new set in.. when I got them they were 10K and a different brand. So I called carID.com and told them the problem and they guy said NOTTO SE's 15K is the same as ONEX 10K.. so I just asked for an entire refund. NEVER BUY FROM carID.com!!!!!! Over priced and cheap quality. POV
H.I.D highBeam test
had one HID system layin around with only one working ballast.. decide to install it in my integra just in case some punk cuts me off hehe...
15000k HID CBR 600RR
Just put some HIDs on my bike and here is the result! i have to say i am quiet happy with the result too :)
LOL and i was going to say yamaha when the vid starts because my buddy who was there has a yamaha and for some reason i thought we were working on his bike since he also just put some HIDS on his bike.
Driving with 15k H.I.Ds
Driving my 03 Monte Carlo ls with the xentec 15k any questions please ask, I made this video to show what these look like at night and also to show the accel of my car.
100W HID The brightest road registered car in the world 82,000 Lumens
This is our GU Nissan Patrol fitted out with our lattest HID Xenon high performance driving light kits.
3 x Lightforce 240 Blitz on Bullbar 100W Xenon HID
4 x Hella 4000 Spread beams on roof 100W Xenon HID
2 x 70W HID H4 headlights
Please note that this lighting set up is purely for demonstration purposes only. The roof lights are wired in only to operate in 4WD low range and cannot be operated on the road as not to blind people. This amount of light is actually too much for driving in any conditions and has only been added for the promotional side of our company as we do many 4WD shows at night. Please take this into consideration before leaving negative comments. All we wish to show is that one can have too much light
95 Eclipse GS 8000K High/Low beam HIDs
Got the rest of my HID kit from SharpHID.com. Low beam kit is 35W 8000K, High beam is 55W 8000K. I have my headlights aimed so that they are NOT in oncoming drivers eyes, something everyone who installs a kit should do. Most people just blind everyone else.
Its somewhat hard to tell the dramatic difference because this was in my yard, but the 55w highs put out almost double the light output of the 35w lows.