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We have been on Club Xb For a while and most of you know us and what we can offer for your box. But its a new year and we are changing things up with the come of the new year. What separates Vendors from each other? What Brands they carry? How many Ads they have on the forum or internet? To some this might matter a great deal, but to many information and reasoning to questions as to why their product should be purchased is what most are looking for.

Most Vendors, and we are not aiming at vendors here by any means just sell HID kits and lighting and do not have a great deal of information or knowledge of what they are selling. So what happens when something goes wrong? At HIDGuy.Net we understand how our HID kits work and how a basic function of a HID ballast and Bulb's work. Not only do have information on HID's we can help you trouble shoot problems with your HID Kits. We have posted these kits before as soon as they started to sell them, but we feel that we must post them again and explain the reasoning WHY our hid kits are different then Ebay kits, Most internet Retailers and what separates us in HID and Automotive lighting.

So again we are proud to announce our great success with our Slim Ballast HID kits. Please Keep in mind that these are Conversion HID Kits and not Retrofits! Retrofits involve D2 HID kits and retrofitting projectors in a Headlight Set up to give you crisp clean bright Lighting. We sell each Kit for $130 with free Ground Shipping In the United States.
Each2x HID Guy Slim Ballast
2x HID Guy Bi Xenon Bulbs
1x HID Guy H4 Bi-Xenon Relay Harness and all Mounting Brackets for ballast and Relay.



Each Ballast is made of High Quality Aluminum and is rubber injected to make internals shock proof, dust proof and Waterproof.
**All Ballast are waterproof but we do not recommend to submerge any HID Ballast underwater.
Our Ballast Internals Convert all DC current to AC current and control amperage through start up to put less strain on the HID kit and your your cars Headlight electrical system. Which most kits are DC and offer no kind of conversion and pull Sporadic Amperage and voltage which is very unsafe for your Cars electrical system and HID kit.
We also offer the option to upgrade your standard 35 Watt Ballast to 55 Watt for a more intense and brighter light. As seen in the picture above our 55 Watt Ballast are not that much bigger then our 35 Watt Slim Ballast.
We provide a Quality HID Relay Harness to Control the High Low function along with a Plug-n-Play fitment up to your stock harness. No more random pins to plug into your stock harness exposed.
All of our bulbs are made of high quality fused quartz glass and have percist mixtures of gas and salts to bring you nice crisp clean colors when ignited by the arc produced from the ballast.

If anyone has any more questions please feel free to email us at [email protected]. Please keep in mind that this HID Conversion Kit is for the stock US Spec Headlights. For aftermarket projectors please contact us to get you the right kit for your car.
 

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How do I order 55w version from the website, there is no pull down option to choose 55w.
We will add this in a couple minutes.

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Go ahead and try it now...Also make sure that you choose what ballast you want even when ordering 35 watt as it defaults to 25 watt
 

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(get the switchbacks, too. they are super cool.)

at some point i will post pics of mine installed.:D
 

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Just posting a couple examples of our work and our HID's on other Vehicles besides xB's. We carry Kits for all cars. We carry LED bulbs and a bunch of other stuff for other cars.

Chevy TrailBlazer
We replaced the original grill with a Billet Grille, Added the fog lights, Changed all the regular Lighting to LED and HID's.








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One of the New Dodge Durangos! Replaced the Low beams and the Fog lights with our 25 watt 5202 HID kit !




We changed out the old OEM stock bulbs on this new Dodge Challenger to a Purple Bi Xenon HID kit!

 

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yess!!! i hope they look good :) i got the 6000s but i really wanted the pink/purpley ones... but i already have tints so i'm not trying to draw more attention to the car lol. i'll post pics when they're in :)
 

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got em, installed em in like 25 mins (sooo easy), and they look awesomeeee. i went with the 6000s. thanks again :)

 

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Awesome! Pictures if you could posted in here!

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Check out a Review from one of our customers on another forum that we support!

Read here:

SilveradoSierra.com HID Guy Review
ill post pics next week. FYI your kit works with the bb headlights. I installed my bb headlights today and your kit works fine. so if people want to know if they can run these headlights on bb headlights they definately can!!!! plug play and xb and bb headlights!
 

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I have a gen1 w sonar projector heads and the oem fogs do you know what kind of bulbs I need I want the 6000k for both heads and fogs but what's the... Part number for the actual bulb
 

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I have a gen1 w sonar projector heads and the oem fogs do you know what kind of bulbs I need I want the 6000k for both heads and fogs but what's the... Part number for the actual bulb
With the last customer we had that had the sonar headlights it turned out to be 9006 for low beams and h1 for high beams. Can be positive because we were told from the manufacture that h1 was for both high and low beams. So pull your bulb and check if not shoot us a photo of that bulb and we can guide you from there. The fog lights will be 9006 as well.
 

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You will need two sets of 9006.

I wouldnt recommend an H1 kit.
High beams are a halogen application for their quick on/off needs.

I had this exact setup.
 
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