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Old 07-16-2011, 08:48 AM   #1
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H4 bi-xenon HID Kit $45 shipped

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I have a 35W 4300K H4 HID bi-xenon kit I don't need. The ballasts are hoen (www.hoen-usa.com) ballasts that were used for about a month on my old vehicle before selling it. They are high quality expensive digital ballasts. The bulbs and relay are from Kensun and are brand new and have never been installed. I ordered a kit from xenondepot and was going to save these parts for spares but I might as well sell them if someone wants them. $45 shipped obo. Just so you know, the hoen kits are $150 and the bulbs were $33 shipped, so I am essentially selling the almost new ballasts with a 3 year warranty for nothing as it will cost me at least $10 to ship. Anyhow, everything you need is included and good directions can be found on this site for install.

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Old 07-16-2011, 10:15 AM   #2
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Would this fit a 1st Gen? Are they plug and play? Let me know, please.
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They would fit your 1st gen as they still use the same 9003/H4 bulbs. It is plug and play as far as not having to cut or modify any wiring, but you will have to connect the relay to the battery and a ground near each headlight. This is no big deal and is the same with any kit that uses a relay (which is preferred as the power comes directly from the battery). Everything you need is included, you don't have to buy any other parts. Search for slimcubby hid install on the 2nd gen forum and it walks through the wiring step by step. So to answer your question, it is just as plug and play as any other kit sold that is comparable. Hope this helps.
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Old 07-16-2011, 04:21 PM   #4
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Do these have both high and low beam?
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Do these have both high and low beam?
yes, bi xenon means both
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