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In either case I don't care, I just lyk3 t3h blu3 l1ghtz!
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Why HID's don't belong in halogen housings

 
Old Feb 18, 2015, 11:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Misskitty View Post
Wow, I never knew you were supposed to have a proper housing. I just ordered some HIDs, because the previous owner blacked out my headlights, and I really can't see crap driving at night. The ones I ordered are 5000k. You guys think I'll still blind people, even with blacked out headlights?
honestly yes...you don't have headlamps that project the light like evo's or BMW or audi's. I'm not comparing the evo only in the since that that have projectors..Ralliarts do not. So you are spraying the light all over the road and possibly blinding the oncoming traffic or person in front of you.

If you are looking for a real conversion kit look at this company for your car:

http://www.theretrofitsource.com/

Don't just look at the lights. you need ballasts, projectors and the lights. 5000k is the highest you need...none of this blue/purple crap all over the road.
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