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Old 01-06-2010, 05:26 PM   #21
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Sorry to be a PITA

So who makes these?

What is the difference in the options (telescoping, etc)

Thanks.
It is my brothers company connection. I can't say the brand because of the discounts I am giving.

The telescopic means the bulb does both high and low beam. The low beam would only be low beam no highs.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
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I definitely want to get a pair of h.i.d 6000 but I don't know witch one's I need. H1,H3---9004,9007---D2S,R/C---. Not sure what all this means? I have a 07 pre-runner Tacoma and I want to do my headlights and fog lights and can I do some kind of off-road light behind a satoshi grill? Thanks for your help and doing the group buy.
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I definitely want to get a pair of h.i.d 6000 but I don't know witch one's I need. H1,H3---9004,9007---D2S,R/C---. Not sure what all this means? I have a 07 pre-runner Tacoma and I want to do my headlights and fog lights and can I do some kind of off-road light behind a satoshi grill? Thanks for your help and doing the group buy.
Hey there,

You want the H4 bixenon kit for your headlights and the H10 low beam kit for your fogs.
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Old 01-06-2010, 10:52 PM   #24
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how much would shipping cost to san diego 92126? I also have no clue what bulbs i would need but im assuming it would be the same as the 07 asked above....my truck is a 2010 Prerunner. let me know please. Thanks
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I am also interested in ordering a set. Which ones would I need for an 2010 TRD with the Slim Ballast Telescopic (hi/low beam) Bixenon option?

Also is there an option for the fogs as well? Thanks...




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Ends 1/15/10

Happy new years everyone!!

Here is a new years group buy for those that missed out and PM'd me for another one. Today is the first day to get your orders in and will end PROMPTLY on the 15th of January 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

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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

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50w option - add $30 to Price
Extra Pair of Bulbs (Low Beam) - $30
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Old 01-07-2010, 01:22 PM   #26
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i have 12k low beams ill sell for $80 if anybody wants them
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Old 01-07-2010, 01:26 PM   #27
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I am also interested in ordering a set. Which ones would I need for an 2010 TRD with the Slim Ballast Telescopic (hi/low beam) Bixenon option?

Also is there an option for the fogs as well? Thanks...
Your bixenon headlights are H4 and the fogs are H10
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Old 01-07-2010, 01:45 PM   #28
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I bought a set of 4300K's in last month's group buy for my '10 and installed them on New Year's day. I have to say I was VERY impressed with the quality of this kit, and installation was a snap - plug 'n play. I parked in front of my garage door and marked the low-beam cutoff from stock lights on the door before starting; afterward I just adjusted the R side down a touch to match the stock cutoff height. Nobody's flashed me yet in traffic, but now I can see everything. Last night I had a buddy visiting with an identical truck and we parked them side-by-side in the driveway and compared his stock vs my HID lights - what an amazing upgrade this kit is. Wanted to take pics to show, but he had to run - maybe next time!

Thanks, Slimcubby!
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Old 01-07-2010, 02:27 PM   #29
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i have 12k low beams ill sell for $80 if anybody wants them
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Old 01-07-2010, 11:31 PM   #30
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how much would shipping cost to san diego 92126? I also have no clue what bulbs i would need but im assuming it would be the same as the 07 asked above....my truck is a 2010 Prerunner. let me know please. Thanks
Shipping is a flat rate $15.95 per kit to anywhere in the U.S.

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I am also interested in ordering a set. Which ones would I need for an 2010 TRD with the Slim Ballast Telescopic (hi/low beam) Bixenon option?

Also is there an option for the fogs as well? Thanks...
It was already answered but H4 bixenon headlights and H10 low for fogs.

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I bought a set of 4300K's in last month's group buy for my '10 and installed them on New Year's day. I have to say I was VERY impressed with the quality of this kit, and installation was a snap - plug 'n play. I parked in front of my garage door and marked the low-beam cutoff from stock lights on the door before starting; afterward I just adjusted the R side down a touch to match the stock cutoff height. Nobody's flashed me yet in traffic, but now I can see everything. Last night I had a buddy visiting with an identical truck and we parked them side-by-side in the driveway and compared his stock vs my HID lights - what an amazing upgrade this kit is. Wanted to take pics to show, but he had to run - maybe next time!

Thanks, Slimcubby!
Glad you are lovin' them! Ever since I switched over to HID's I have been in love and have never looked back!

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Old 01-09-2010, 10:55 AM   #32
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What is the advantage to the 50 watt option
The advantage would be for the person that does mostly off road driving. They are much brighter than the 35's but more off road only.
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Old 01-09-2010, 03:50 PM   #33
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so can you run the 50 watt option on the street? Are they that much brighter I want the brightest ones I can get I hate not being able to see at night
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Old 01-09-2010, 04:28 PM   #34
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^ So I'm guessing you want to annoy oncoming drivers too then? 35w is plenty for HIDs. If you still can't see w/ 35w HIDs then you need to get your eyes checked out.
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Ya I always hated those cars that blinded me lol..... I just want the brightest lights I can get no need to regret not buying them
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Then just get the 35w, it's plenty bright.
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Old 01-10-2010, 12:56 PM   #37
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^ Exactly.. 35w I splenty bright trust all of us. 99% of the buyers go 35w and have never looked back.
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Old 01-10-2010, 05:11 PM   #38
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Which ones would I need to order for 99 4runner headlights? I want the slim and bixenon bulbs 4300k.
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Just wondering why a person might use the 15000K HID ?? Do you lose any comparable clarity compared to the 4300K ?? I'm a Viking fan and think the purple tone would be real cool
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Which ones would I need to order for 99 4runner headlights? I want the slim and bixenon bulbs 4300k.
IIRC they are the same as the Tacos from the same generation, H4.

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Just wondering why a person might use the 15000K HID ?? Do you lose any comparable clarity compared to the 4300K ?? I'm a Viking fan and think the purple tone would be real cool
For the love of God, don't get purple. You won't see shit at night and you'd definitely get pulled over by the cops. 4300K will be the brightest you can get. The higher "K" you go the less light output there will be. Do yourself a favor, don't act like an ass and have purple headlights.
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