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Selling the 8000k HID kit made by debon. Email me if anyone is intrested Jattgary@gmail.com
Stupid question but is is new or used?
used its collecting dust in my garage thought I could use the money
How much does this retail for?
got better pics that show the color of these? and how long have you had them...
More info please!!!
I paid $300.00 plus shipping Input voltage: DC 9-16V Input current: 3.5A Trigger voltage: 23KV Initial firing current: 8.5A Operate voltage: 85V Bulb loading capacity: 35W Luminous flux: 3500(lem) Life: 3000 hours Operate temperature: -40~+105oC Advantages of HID Xenon Conversion Systems: More light output: A 35W HID light source produces up to 3x the lumens at the light source when compared to a 55W halogen bulb. Pure Sunlight: The color temperature of HID lighting is more closely linked to the color temperature of natural daylight. Halogen lights appear yellowish. Greater visibility: The combination of more light output and whiter color makes for much better visibility in most night time driving conditions. Longer Life: HID lamps will last on the average over 3 times longer than any halogen bulb; HID bulbs also produce less heat than halogen, so you don't have to worry about your headlight or harnesses melting.
What color are they and do they fit a regular 2001 lincoln ls headlight. are they the ones that are in your car on your cardomain page?
The color is 8000k and yes they are the ones in the pictures on my cardomain. The bulb is 9006 so it does fit from 2000 to 2002 LS. You can double check on the link below. http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProducts/AutomotiveLighting/LampReplacementGuide/default.htm
I'm DEFINITELY interested, but I need until the weekend or so to get the money. If you have it by then...it's mine!
just paypal me the money and its yours email@example.com
I Still Got The Kit If Anyone Wants It.
Hey, Gary, I just saw your PM today (sorry!) and just responded.