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Username: Deadrabit

Marionville, MO

Post Number: 1626
Registered: Jun-07
my freind got some HID lights from this site.
http://www.ddmtuning.com/

60 bucks! and they look pretty nice! any one ever got anything from them before?
 

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Username: Tatonka

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Post Number: 2913
Registered: Mar-07
I know quite a few people that have that kit. Most of them swear by it. I'm picking it up myself in the next few weeks.
 

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Username: Frkkevin

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Post Number: 6456
Registered: Nov-05
oem retro > cheap hids

i have the ddm 3k hit for my foglights.. no problems yet but many on the legacygt forum have been having issues with ddm kits.. one of the ballasts always seem to go out and they get tired of sending in for a replacement. again ive not had any issues but i use a wiring harness with a relay

theres an alt company that is really nice for the money.. calle volt. i could link from the forum if anyone cared

personally i'd take the time and do a retrofit.. and do it right
 

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Username: Frkkevin

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Post Number: 6457
Registered: Nov-05
link - http://www.xenonexpert.com/volt_hid_sale.html
 

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Username: Deadrabit

Marionville, MO

Post Number: 1628
Registered: Jun-07
... i am lost on all this. i have a 2000 golf. can some one just show me a link to the lights i need?

i have emailed ddm and the xenon place and have not got a responce other than somethign we are behind on email or something
 

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Username: Treez

Its not loud til it he...

Post Number: 423
Registered: Aug-06
I also had some friends that tried HID bulbs in their stock harnesses, but they nearly caught their cars on fire.

If i upgrade, it'll be the full Hid kit..

Btw, certain model bulbs limit your ability to switch between high and low beam. Be sure what you're purchasing is compatible with your make and model vehicle


Good luck.
 

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Username: Snowball123

West Allis, WI

Post Number: 2650
Registered: Oct-07
projectors.
 

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Username: Jtown

Texas

Post Number: 3744
Registered: Mar-07
^you're an idiot
 

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Username: Snowball123

West Allis, WI

Post Number: 2656
Registered: Oct-07
true. I don't know much about lights, but was thinking abou getting some pojector HID's.
 

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Username: Jtown

Texas

Post Number: 3748
Registered: Mar-07
projector head lamps

HID's are the bulbs that you put into the projectors
 

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Username: Deadrabit

Marionville, MO

Post Number: 1635
Registered: Jun-07
snow u don't know much about anything
 

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Username: Shortysetnies

Andrew Capps, NC US

Post Number: 3324
Registered: Mar-06
"I also had some friends that tried HID bulbs in their stock harnesses, but they nearly caught their cars on fire."

Must be tards... Never heard of that happening. The only thing that changes is AFTER stock wiring is connected to the ballast. If they connected HID BULBS to the stock wiring, they are tards and if the connected blue bulbs that LOOK like 800k-10000k bulbs that wouldnt change anything voltage/power related and when using legit HIDs and ballasts the stock wiring sees the same EVERYTHING as it would with stock headlights. The only thing that changes is after the ballast and that wiring should come in the HID kit.

In short, fake/blue bulbs are like stock headlights regarding power, HID bulbs wont work on stock wiring and ballasts/bulbs dont add any additional stress to STOCK wiring. You need new friends ASAP...
 

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Username: Deadrabit

Marionville, MO

Post Number: 1642
Registered: Jun-07
hi andrew! have not seen u on in a while
 

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Username: Snowball123

West Allis, WI

Post Number: 2658
Registered: Oct-07
"projector head lamps

HID's are the bulbs that you put into the projectors"

Yeah I know what each of them are.
 

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Username: Frkkevin

Team DLSSuperNatural...

Post Number: 6469
Registered: Nov-05
to answer the original post..

dblk.. read my post.. i own a ddm kit.. no issues yet using their included extra wiring harness but MANY people on the other forum i post on have issues with the kits..

from reading all about it i'd suggest that other kit.. yes they do offer a lifetime warranty but if you have to send a ballast back all the time the hassle is not worth it.. hopefully im not in the same boat but well see
 

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Username: Deadrabit

Marionville, MO

Post Number: 1643
Registered: Jun-07
alright. thanks man. i guess ill give them a try!

snow.... y don't u go be like a dear in the head lights and go get hit by a truck?
 

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Username: Snowball123

West Allis, WI

Post Number: 2659
Registered: Oct-07
whatever you say BLK...
 

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Username: Jtown

Texas

Post Number: 3750
Registered: Mar-07
well snow, they are separate, not projector HIDs
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