Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Ventura County, CA.
I love my HID kits, but I'm not using a bi-xenon HID kit.
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On my SS, I have a 5000k h11 35w HIDs for my lows, regular 55w h11 bulbs for my highs, and my fogs are 3000k 35w HIDs. I love the light output from both my HID kits. My projectors are not quite aimed right, but pretty close, since I fixed the terrible alignment of my Gen 4 projectors, but the cutoff is really good, and I really don't need my high beams... Also I have my lows wired to stay on when I turn on my highs, I can pretty much see anything that is out there, although its illegal just about everywhere. Both of the HID kits for my SS were purchased through Modern Performance.
Also on my LS I have a 6000k H1 35w HID kit, and I have no issues of not being able to see, they are bright as hell. I did have 8000k bulbs in there and the light out put was decent, but not nearly as good as 6000k. The HID kit for my LS was purchased through HIDwerks.
As far as the bi-xenon HID kits if your state requires inspection, you might want to check with them and make sure it will pass, because bi-xenon HID kits will not pass here in VA.
2009 Imperial Blue Metallic Cobalt SS/TC Sedan - "Stock":
2008 Victory Red HHR SS - Stock
2005 Chili Pepper Red Ion Redline - Stock
2007 Sunburst Orange Metallic LS Coupe - Sold
Last edited by blu3_v1p3r; 03-26-2014 at 09:38 PM.