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For a much safer and extreme driving experience, convert your ride to HID!!! Direct Manufacturer Brand New!!! E mark, ISO 9001, CE certified 1 year warranty VERY CHEAP! PHP 4,950.00 ONLY for a complete kit Just call Tel: 727 2255 Mobile: 09269715308 or email [email protected] or [email protected] for more information about HID or other car accessories that we offer i.e. sun visor dvd, car dvd, roof tft screen. MSN: [email protected] YM: [email protected] Website: Car Shops Welcome! What Is HID? HID stands for "High Intensity Discharge". HID lights get their name from the intense white light produced by the electrical discharge. HID lights are a different type of lighting technology utilized in automobiles for greater effectiveness and greater efficiency. Unlike Halogen (or incandescent) bulbs, HID bulbs do not have filaments. "Instead of heating a filament as standard halogen bulbs do, HID bulbs create light by bridging an arc between two electrodes similar to the energy transfer of lightning. The arc stimulates a mixture of Xenon gases and metallic salts, producing a phenomenal bright white beam of light approximately 3x brighter than conventional halogen illumination, while lasting 10x longer!" The Advantages of Xenon HID Lights: • More light output (up to 3 times brighter) • Wider coverage (beam pattern illuminates up to 70% more of the roadway, especially the sides) • Whiter light (almost a blue light, resulting in clearer images) • More durable (withstands shock and vibration since there is no filament) • Longer life (last 3 times longer or 5-10 years, depending on use) • Greater efficiency (3x more light while using 24% less power) A Word About Xenon -vs- Halogen Bulbs... Light bulbs are usually filled with a mixture of gasses, selected to help retard the evaporation of the filament and to minimize heat loss from the filament. Argon works OK for this, krypton works better, and xenon better still. The better gasses are more expensive, of course. Halogen, on the other hand, isn't a particular element or chemical. Halogen bulbs include small amounts of one of the halogen family of elements (usually iodine) in the fill gas. The halogen gas in the bulb can actually bond temporarily with evaporated filament metal, and redeposit the metal back on the filament. This extends the filament life and keeps the bulb's glass free of the filament deposits that make other bulbs turn gray as they age. In any case, the goal of both strategies is the same: to allow the filament to have a reasonably long life when burning at the highest possible temperature, burning more brightly and more efficiently Check out these HID headlights, driving lights, and fog lights which will be able to meet your needs both off-road and on. Most HID light kits are designed for direct plug and play and include the bulbs, wiring harness, ballasts and igniters. Xenon White High-Intensity Bulbs Produce brilliant white light that's more like natural sunlight (approaches the illumination of HID lights on most luxury cars). Illuminate better than halogen bulbs for improved visibility. Unlike standard halogen bulbs, these high-intensity bulbs utilize a high-pressure charge of xenon gas to increase the bulb's luminous flux by over 20%. Outperform standard headlight and fog/driving bulbs for greater safety. Replace existing bulbs perfectly. Note: H4 bulbs can be used to replace 9003 bulbs. Sold in pairs. Colored Xenon Halogen 1156 and 1157 Bulbs Colored glass bulbs for longer-lasting original color than painted-color bulbs. Gas mixture burns brighter, cooler and longer. Before ordering, check owner's manual or base of bulb for type of bulb needed. Optonics Xenon Driving Lights With Remote Control 55-Watt H-3 Xenon blue-tinted bulbs burn brighter than Halogen. Easy installation remote control kit eliminates need to drill a hole through firewall to install on/off switch black metal housings. Lights mount easily to vehicle with included screws or double-sided tape. Includes 2 lights with glass lenses, remote wiring kit and mounting hardware. Sold in pairs. Offroad H-4 Quartz-Halogen Headlight System With Xenon Blue Bulbs These upgraded round or rectangular off-road lights have a special-coated quartz glass bulb capsules that is filled with a high-performance blue Xenon gas mixture to produce an intense white light that approaches the brilliance of HID systems. Replace existing sealed beams without modifications. H-4 bulb lasts 4 times longer than ordinary sealed beam and 1-1/2 times longer than standard halogen sealed beam. Powerful dual-filament bulb lets you switch from low beam to high beam. Produces 4 times more light than conventional headlamps. For off-road use only. 55W H-3 Xenon Fog Lights With Remote Control The performance of xenon, with the convenience of remote! Easy installation—remote control kit eliminates need to drill a hole through firewall to install on/off switch. Lights mount easily to vehicle with included screws or double-sided tape. Includes 2 lights with glass lenses, remote wiring kit and mounting hardware. Sold in pairs. How to choose the HID Conversion Kits I believe most people would spend money on upgrading the Headlight system for their car. And HID Conversion Kits is the best choice, somehow there are many different kits, like single beam kit, hi/lo beam kit on the market. This article will tell you the differences on each kit, the color temperature, and much more. Four Common HID Kits 1 . Single Beam Kit, comes with 2 pairs of HID bulbs, 2 ballasts. (if your vehicle uses 2 pairs of bulbs, 1 for low beam and the other for high beam, you can take this single beam hid kit for your low beams.) Common Bulb sizes are H1, H3, H4-1, H7, 9004-1, 9005, 9006, 9007-1… 2. High/Low Beam - Hi/Lo Kit, comes with 2 pairs of HID bulbs (one HID and one halogen on each HID bulb to perform the high and low beam function, Halogen for high beam and HID for low beam.) and 2 ballasts. Common bulb sizes are H4-2, 9004-2, 9007-2. 3. Telescope Kit: Single HID can switch between high beam and low beam, with 2 ballasts and installation clamps. Common bulb sizes are H4-3, 9004-3, 9007-3. 4. Bi-xenon Kit: 2 HID bulbs on each bulb, which works for high and low beam, with 4 ballasts and installation clamps. Common bulb sizes are H4-4, 9004-4, 9007-4. Most of the HID Conversion Kits on the market are 35W/12V, you need 24V for a truck. Some hid kits are using 55W, so buyer has to read the specifications carefully. Color Temperature: HID Color temperature refers to the degrees (K) , which simply the measures of the color for the lighting output, like golden yellow, white, crystal white, blue … Degree (k) refers only to the color, while lumen refers to the lighting intensity. So the higher the color temperature (degrees K) doesn’t mean a higher light intensity (lumen). Here is the summary for the common color temperature on the market – 3000K (Golden Yellow) , 4300K (All Weather), 6000K (Diamond White),8000K (Bluish White), 10000K (Deep Blue), 12000K (Violet). 6000K and 8000K are the most popular color temperature, and if you are planning to buy the hid kits with 10000K or over, please be careful about the legal issue in your country. Most of the 12000K or 14000K (purple) are using off road only.
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