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Old 05-19-2002   #1
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My PHILIPS HID kit - Finally

Finally Installed my Philips HID kit - SICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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love it! nothing like *real* hid. (btw.....what wheels do you have? i really like them they look kinda like the old si wheels...but larger than 15")
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that looks awesome, how much did it cost you to do?
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that's great....how do u like?[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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dude that looks so good!!
whoa....too bad there so expensive or else!
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i got mine for $385.95 [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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<< i got mine for $385.95 >>


Where'd u get it civicVtec?and do u have low beam from your kit?Thx in advance [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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isnt that a 6th gen civic?
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<< i got mine for $385.95 >>


Where'd u get it civicVtec?and do u have low beam from your kit?Thx in advance [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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I got it from GroupBuyCenter.com....and YES i do have low beam for my kit, but i DO NOT have high beam....but y u need a high beam when u got HID
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<< isnt that a 6th gen civic? >>



YES...that's a 6th gen civic....but u can get HID for any car u want...[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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<< I got it from GroupBuyCenter.com....and YES i do have low beam for my kit, but i DO NOT have high beam....but y u need a high beam when u got HID >>



Yes,what I meant was whether u have high beam from the kit thx .The philips 6000k hid looks really good.Have anyone seen the 5000k ones?They look blue instead of purple.Anyway,ytr35,ur car looks cool man.
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:rools:: that's my next project.. after i pay off the 1200 dolalrs for the rims, 800 dollars for etc and the 300 for the exhaust system
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Looks like you've got the standard philips d2r bulb without the H4 high beam shields. Are you concerned with your glare? I also noticed that your took the head on shot before the bulbs completely warmed up and then you took the beam pattern at warmup. Pics still sweet none the less.
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