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hid low/high beam Hid fogs

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Old 10-09-2009, 02:34 AM
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Originally Posted by FITMugen View Post
Nice car, man. Where did you get split front spoilers?

I like the LED at the bottom. I would glue the LED strips instead of taking headlights apart and putting them back. A lot of things could go wrong if you baked. Additional, if you glue, you can return to stock headlights as a breeze. Just my opinion and how I did to my Civic Si.

what do y0u mean bottom, you mean bottom of inside the light? as the other picture is shown?

can you provide any pictures please?
 
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as you can see the led's are mounted, how do you suppose he mounted them down?? Glue? or what??
Yes, I like this one. The same setup as my Civic Si. However, I glue LED to headlights.
 
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what do y0u mean bottom, you mean bottom of inside the light? as the other picture is shown?

can you provide any pictures please?
This is my 2007 Civic Si DRL.

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Old 10-12-2009, 02:52 AM
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sick dawg.. so you said you glued it onto the outside of your lens??
 
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sick dawg.. so you said you glued it onto the outside of your lens??
Yes, I glue it outside headlight housing. The LED strips came with 3M double side tape.
 
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:43 PM
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kool bro thanks.. alot of helpp :]
 
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this what you looking for
Side Emitting "Headlight" LED Strip
 
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Old 10-13-2009, 04:25 AM
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which white am i wanting to go for?
 
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Old 10-13-2009, 04:59 AM
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White LED Strips

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which white am i wanting to go for?
Mine is COOL WHITE.
 
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as you can see the led's are mounted, how do you suppose he mounted them down?? Glue? or what??
Another idea. Put a yellow or amber LED strip on the top as your picture above and connect it to turn signal. I am thinking on doing that.
 
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are the bulbs the same for the 09's and the 2010's? because i just bought a 2010 fit sport, and i'm new to the HID's. i want it to be white with a tint of blue, so what level of brightness should be preferred? also, are there any particular brands out there that are fairly dependable? i'm picking up my ride on Monday, however i wanna start ordering stuff for it now, so that i can start putting work to it as soon as i get my ride. does anyone have any links i can go to, so that i can start purchasing kits for the head lights and fog lights. what's the deal with relays? should i get one? yeah i'm pretty lost with this stuff.
 
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09 and 10 Honda FIT use the same bulbs.
High & low beam headlamp - 9003/HB2
Fog/Driving light - H11

This URL is where I bought it from. $110 with free s$h.
Slim HID BiXenon Xenon Conversion Kit H4 HB5 9003 8000K:eBay Motors (item 390032291858 end time Dec-16-09 05:42:29 PST)

This kit comes with relay and harness. However, you need a harness and relay for fog lights if you are going to convert fog lights to HID.

You can look at the temperature color K of the light on the page as well. Mine is 6000K both headlight and fog lights. They are PnP. I used HID kits since 2004 with other cars and had not had any problems with them except one bulb blew out because of water got in.

You will love your new FIT. It is fun to drive. GOOD LUCK.
 
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thanks man
 
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Old 11-28-2009, 02:20 PM
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HID KIT: http://www.ddmtuning.com/products/DDM_Slim_Ballast_HID_Kit_35W_or_55W-101-85.html
RELAY KIT:
http://www.ddmtuning.com/products/HID_Accessory_Wiring_Harness-133-94.html

i was thinking about getting this for the headlights and fog lights. so i guess i need to get two kits. however, i was thinking about getting the 55w 6000k for the heads, and 35w 8000k for the fogs. does this mean i need two relays? do i need a error code eliminator?? sorry if i sound like a pest.
 
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Hid kit

I think the URL for head lights you provided; you will get only low beam. It does not say Bi-Xenon so you would lose high beams. I would confirm before placing an order. Additional, each HID will connect to each headlight connector on each side (base on the URL). You will need 2 relays/harnesses.

Please keep in mind that DRL will supply only 9V but HID requires 12/14V. Some HID kit will not work correctly with DRL.

I am not sure about the “Error Code Eliminator – 3” since I do not use it.

My HID kit is connecting to one headlight connector and the battery. So there is one relay/harness. I cannot comment on the kit you provided.

I can only tell you what I did or upgraded to my car? I give you the best of my knowledge. So you have to make your own decision.

 

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Originally Posted by qbmurderer13 View Post
I highly recommend PIAA 3000k HALOGEN bulbs for the foglights. Putting HID in the foglights actually produce more glare since they aim slightly up compared to headlights which aim slightly down. The halogen bulb will not fail on you like the crappy pnp HID kits will. Heres a picture of my car with PIAA yellow in the foglights. They are very bright as you can see and do not blind oncoming traffic since the waves coming off of a halogen bulb react different than a xenon bulb, which the reflector housing is designed to work with.

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where did u get ur projector lenses from? really like them they look so good!
 
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