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What do you guy think of this? It seems popular in clublexus for Lexus.
Xtreme HID 4300k Philips Xenon HID Conversion Kits


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Hi,

The Xtreme kit will come with a relay harness to power the ballasts directly from the battery however the Xtreme ballasts are true low draw ballasts (only 4.5A on a cold start) meaning that you should be able to power them directly from the OEM wiring.
Steve
Tel: 1.877.522.2701

On 2012-01-04, at 7:05 PM, Kevin Yuen wrote:
Sounds good, how do you think the installation like in CT200h?
I had to connect the ground to battery (Honda Pilot) for another brand which use Philips bulb and ballast, is it required from this Xtreme ballasts?

From: KBcarstuff [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2012 3:59 PM
To: Kevin Yuen
Subject: Re: HID for 2012 Lexus CT200h

Hi,
Xtreme ballasts are super low draw. I have them installed in my Toyota 4 runer (auto) and no issues.
Steve

On 2012-01-04, at 6:52 PM, Kevin Yuen wrote:

Hi Steve,
Do you have if it works on Auto mode? Have you heard about mis-firing problem on CT200h? People having a lot of problem using different brand when the headlights are at Auto mode.
Thanks,
Kevin

From: KBcarstuff [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2012 3:46 PM
To: Kevin Yuen
Subject: Re: HID for 2012 Lexus CT200h

We only carry 35W kits.

Tel: 1.877.522.2701

On 2012-01-04, at 6:24 PM, Kevin Yuen wrote:
Is it a 35w or 55w?

From: KBcarstuff [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2012 3:15 PM
To: Kevin Yuen
Subject: Re: HID for 2012 Lexus CT200h

Hi,
You would need the H11 fitment meaning that you would need to get item number XT-4k-h11p
Regards,
Steve
Tel: 1.877.522.2701

On 2012-01-04, at 4:54 PM, Kevin Yuen wrote:
Hi,
My friend bought a HID kit for his 2007 Lexus IS and gave me a link since I’m interested to purchase one for my 2012 Lexus CT200h. Do you have any recommendation?
Xtreme HID 4300k Philips Xenon HID Conversion Kits
thanks,
Kevin
 

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The relay is not required with any 35W HID kit. HID lights pull full rated current at start-up to arc the HID lights then once arced the ballast backs off the current. 35W uses 2.92 amperes at startup ( 35/12). Even 55 watt only uses 4.58 amperes. The OEM lights are on a 40 ampere circuit. Just FYI under the fuse cover in the engine fuse box there is a direct connect to the 12 volt battery, should you ever need it.
 

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I see the positive connection for jumping the car under the hood but can't figure a way to clam the fork connection to it...please help
 
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