Nice to hear there was no flickering/strobing going on. Also, no bulb out warnings requiring a resistor to disable? SWEET! Looks like I'll go with 4300k and try to be more uniform with the LED DRL. Great work there.
x2. that's the look I'll be going for -- says the guy who has yet to receive his carWith my 4300k kit, there is almost no contrast difference with the LED DRL bar, it looks super clean and stock which is what I like
No warning lights present, and works great with the Auto function. Also, the slim HID kit did NOT require a relay kit; it is 100% plug and play.Nice to hear there was no flickering/strobing going on. Also, no bulb out warnings requiring a resistor to disable? SWEET! Looks like I'll go with 4300k and try to be more uniform with the LED DRL. Great work there.
+1, please post links to the kits, eBay, stores, etc. It would be really helpful for people like myself who are looking for a HID retrofit.Which brand of HID and seller are people going with?
I made a movie - posted it on youtube - before, during and after on the HID/Fog install...
YouTube - Lexus CT 200h HID Headlight Upgrade
HID Kits, BMW Aftermarket Bumpers & Lighting, DEPO - DDM Tuning
I've heard these are pretty good for the price. Might want to verify though.
I'm thinking of installing these.
This is what he purchasedAcf53ct200h,
thanks for your reply. oh yeah..i love to see some picture of yours with the lights on. did you get 4300K or 6000K? Also, please show me where you mounted the ballasts. thanks again.
didn't he say he bought Philips kit?This is what he purchased
I got the DDM non-slim kit - they call it "Raptor" - sounds scary
Bulb Type H11