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Old 11-01-2009, 09:45 PM   #1
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Arrow HID Xenon Group Buy Round 11! Ends 11/15/09

Group Buy is Now CLOSED!
Ends 11/15/09

Hey guys!

Ok guys I am getting in a November GB because I may not be doing one in December for Christmas buyers. Today is the first day to get your orders in and will end PROMPTLY on the 15th of November at 9:00pm California time. Please don't wait till the last minute to get your orders in and please be sure to promptly pay your PayPal invoices to ensure your order will be placed at the deadline.


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Temperatures: 4,300k, 6,000k, 8,000k, 10,000k, 12,000k, 15,000k and 30,000K (3,000k add $3.00)

Select Ballast:
NORMAL BALLAST
SIZE (low beam):
H1, H3, H4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H13, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, D2S/R/C, D4S/C/R
PRICE: $84.95 + Flat Rate Shipping

Telescopic (hi/low beam) Bixenon:
H4, H13, 9004, 9007
PRICE: $104.95 + Flat Rate Shipping

SLIM DIGITAL BALLAST (only $20 more than regular ballast!) *MY RECOMMENDATION & Most Popular*
SIZE (low beam):
H1, H3, H4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H13, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, D2S/R/C, D4S/C/R
PRICE: $104.95 + Flat Rate Shipping

Telescopic (hi/low beam) Bixenon:
H4, H13, 9004, 9007
PRICE: $124.95 + Flat Rate Shipping

Select Additional Options:
50w option - add $30 to Price
Extra Pair of Bulbs (Low Beam) - $30
Extra Pair of Bulbs (Bixenon) - $45


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Official DIY Install Thread! Thanks CableTec! "Click Here"

This will be my 11th successful and happy Group Buy!!

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I will then email you a PayPal invoice for your order. Please be sure to make your payment once received.


ORDER LIST

1. Toyfanatic - 1 H4 6000K Bixenon Slim Payment Received
2. DNGRTOM - 1 H4 6000K Bixenon Slim Payment Received
3. Keason1* - 1 H4 4300K Bixenon Bulbs Payment Received
4. xodeuce - 1 H4 4300K Bixenon Slim 1 H10 3000K Low Slim Payment Received
5. The Mega - 1 H10 8000K Low Regular 1 H10 3000K Low Bulbs Payment Received
6. youngblood - 1 H4 4300K Bixenon Slim Payment Received
7. cudason - 1 H4 6000K Bixenon Slim Payment Received
8. Intlghost - 1 H4 6000K Bixenon Slim 1 H10 3000K Low Slim Payment Received
9. BLAQKONAN - 1 H11 6000K Low Slim Payment Received
10. wolf13 - 1 H4 6000K Bixenon Slim Payment Received
11. rchamil - 1 H4 6000K Bixenon Slim 1 H10 6000K Low Slim Payment Received
12. Delmarva - 1 H3 3000K Low Slim 1 H11 4300K Low Slim Payment Received
13. Abe Froman - 1 H4 4300K Bixenon Slim Payment Received
14. jdkeller - 1 9006 6000K Low Slim Payment Received
15. 4x4_TRD - 1 H4 6000K Bixenon Slim Payment Received
16. memario1214 - 1 H4 6000K Bixenon Slim Payment Received

18. i2andom81 - 1 H4 8000K Bixenon Slim Payment Received
19. gouge44 - 1 H4 6000K Bixenon Slim Payment Received
20. RedruM29 - 1 H4 6000K Bixenon Slim Payment Received
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Old 11-01-2009, 09:53 PM   #2
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everyone thinking about it, get off the fence and buy a set! I got in on the last GB w/ a set of 6000k bixenons and love mine!
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Old 11-02-2009, 08:18 AM   #3
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everyone thinking about it, get off the fence and buy a set! I got in on the last GB w/ a set of 6000k bixenons and love mine!
Thanks man! I am glad you like them!
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Old 11-02-2009, 11:22 PM   #4
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Just a lil bump for those not knowing there is a new GB going on.
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Old 11-03-2009, 04:22 PM   #5
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There is no excuse for not getting a set of these awesome HID's now guys since we have an official DIY that literally anyone can follow for installing these now:

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/lig...amps-only.html
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Old 11-03-2009, 04:26 PM   #6
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they were very easy to install i must say.. and i hate electrical stuff lol
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Old 11-03-2009, 04:49 PM   #7
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yea mad props to CabelTec for such a detailed DIY thread. I just put the link in the first thread for everyone to see.
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Whats the 4300K look like?
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Old 11-03-2009, 05:28 PM   #9
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Whats the 4300K look like?
The 4300K is a pure white with a slight hint of yellow. On the other hand the 6000K is a pure white with a slight hint of blue.
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Hi i'm from Canada, can I get in on the deal? Would the 30000K be the brightest, I want to avoid moose and I want the lights that will light up the road the most.
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Hi i'm from Canada, can I get in on the deal? Would the 30000K be the brightest, I want to avoid moose and I want the lights that will light up the road the most.
You would probably want to go with either the 6000k or 4300k temperature for the brightest. 30,000k is probably the least brightest of the options and would not be a good choice for avoiding moose! Check this link out to get an idea of color temps.

http://media.photobucket.com/image/H...ID20kelvin.jpg

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Thanks, looks like the 5000k is about the best. Now I need to know if i can buy since I live in Canada.
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Yes you can buy from Canada. I sold to a few Canada buyers last group buy. Shipping is just a little more.
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Aight so I was in on your last groupbuy for the headlights now... its looks a lil retarded with the heads HID and fogs normal...

What set up is best for the fogs... atleast to go with my slim 6000k bixenon?
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I have a gen 2 tacoma without fog lights currently, do you sell complete fog light kits?
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Aight so I was in on your last groupbuy for the headlights now... its looks a lil retarded with the heads HID and fogs normal...

What set up is best for the fogs... atleast to go with my slim 6000k bixenon?
Solus, the fog set up is personal preference and it varies. Some like the 3000k which is yellow and others like to match their headlight color temp. I chose to go with 4300k for my fogs and I have 6000k hi/low in my headlights. I like a little contrast and the output of the 4300k (bright white, slight hint of yellow) which works for the conditions I drive in here in the Pacific Northwest.
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Yea solus what he said.

I use 6000K both heads and fogs and that seems to be the most poplular. There are a slight few that go with 3k. I recommend matching unless you have conditions that would benefit the yellow color.
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Thanks, looks like the 5000k is about the best. Now I need to know if i can buy since I live in Canada.
Btw those lights in the link aren't mine nor matched the same as my temperatures. The 5000K is more like my 4300K. You can click the link in the first post which shows my bulbs lit up.
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Not to be the pessimistic of the bunch but how many of you have gotten pulled over with this kit. Our headlamps arent designed for this bulb and many have complained in other articles that the lights are reflected in a way that oncoming cars get blinded. I have some pretty bored cops in my town and they would just love to bust this.
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Not to be the pessimistic of the bunch but how many of you have gotten pulled over with this kit. Our headlamps arent designed for this bulb and many have complained in other articles that the lights are reflected in a way that oncoming cars get blinded. I have some pretty bored cops in my town and they would just love to bust this.

To be honest if you have the headlights aimed correctly you shouldn't get any issues. On my taco I had the kit in both heads and fogs and was lifted 3"'s. All I did was align the lights and never got flashed. I live in California and in an area where cops have nothing better to do other than give fix it tickets for tint etc. and yet to have been pulled over for lights.
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