Ok iam stupid, so if i was going to buy a hid kit i should get the H7 kit is that both dipped and main beam ?? iam a little slow
Hello,I would recommend a kit from Hids4U (2yr warranty, good quality product and personal service) and would get the reduced length set just to make sure that the bulb doesn't hit the glare guard.
Leave the guards in the standard headlight helps to stop he glare to other motorists.Hello,
I have an aftermarket HID xenon on my car, but I have a small problem: on the installation guide it was specified to remove the "glare guard", but I didn't do it. The bulb doesn't hit the glare guard. Can anyone explain what the "glare guards" do? What is their role? And which is best, to remove or not to remove them? Thank you.
They should be fine, i think, people use 100/80 bulbs and they don't melt them.Plus as above you have the melting potential of the 55's.../QUOTE]
Just had my 55W's delivered
Ah well, will fit them anyway and if they do melt, ill get some projectors or angel eyes
Had them on last night (out playing with them ) for a 2 hour drive! Pulled up when I got home and left them on, the lenses still felt cold, so doubt they will melt...They should be fine, i think, people use 100/80 bulbs and they don't melt them.