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    anyone know of an hid kit that does not mess up the dash warning sensor other than hid direct kit,,been told the vx range is an absolute pain,,,,

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    no??

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    there was some on ebay for about £70 a while ago not got a link though

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    I've got the 'H7 Ultimate HID Xenon Conversion Kit' from HIDS4U - No problems yet!

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    Hi mate i can get u the kit iv got on my car for £100 delivered. Its guaranteed to give no warning messages and its been working fine on my car for a few months now.
    Il try n get some pics for u tonight but they are great quality

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    cheers mate that would be good,,, will pay 100 max ...

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    does the front bumper have to come off to fit these ,,surely not,,,

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    Yes the front bumper needs to come off to fit them or atleast loosened. It can be done without but unless u have very small hands
    it is recommended to atleast loosen it.
    Once u have done it once it is a piece of cake and i had my front bumper fully off within 10 minutes yesterday which was
    only the 3rd time i had taken it off and it makes it wayyy easier to fit and mount the ballasts in the wings
    Thats all for a facelift btw, im not sure on a pre facelift.
    Heres some pics of mine however they are 8K which i wouldnt recommend as they are illegal and rightly so as the visibilty is greatly reduced.
    I would suggest 6k as they are a perfect icey white with plenty of visibility

    Heres some pics of my 8k HIDs

    Daytime Pics:






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    Night time (camera phone):


    Comparison of 8k (left) vs 6k (right)


    Hope this helps

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    sweeeeeeet , your 8k are very nice , but if they reduce output i think your right 6k is the way but i do prefer yours, if you dont mind me asking which kit and how much i think i did see yours before cheers mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by satty View Post
    Yes the front bumper needs to come off to fit them or atleast loosened. It can be done without but unless u have very small hands
    it is recommended to atleast loosen it.
    Once u have done it once it is a piece of cake and i had my front bumper fully off within 10 minutes yesterday which was
    only the 3rd time i had taken it off and it makes it wayyy easier to fit and mount the ballasts in the wings
    Thats all for a facelift btw, im not sure on a pre facelift.
    Heres some pics of mine however they are 8K which i wouldnt recommend as they are illegal and rightly so as the visibilty is greatly reduced.
    I would suggest 6k as they are a perfect icey white with plenty of visibility

    Heres some pics of my 8k HIDs

    Daytime Pics:






    Indoor pics:




    Night time (camera phone):


    Comparison of 8k (left) vs 6k (right)


    Hope this helps
    did you know there are sellers on ebay useing your pics http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...m=320277094282
    Last edited by chrisgettings; 21st September 2008 at 14:31.

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