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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-08-2006, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
 
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HID pricing?

Ok, it's time to put HIDs into the RV.

Who has the best price/performance/reliability conversion kits out there?

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Same kit I have, and I love it!
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And that kit is a direct plug in for a 2nd gen Intrepid? No need to bend connections or screw in the bulb funny or anything? There is enough room to fit the ballast in too?
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ive never used the kit myself, but they parts are OEM quality (thats why i recommend it all the time).

Its a direct plug and play setup, the plugs will fit the stock location, the ballast can be strapped to the bottom of the headlight or attached to the headlight support in a creative manner. Just make sure the ballasts are mounted in a dry location to prevent water damage down the road.

My Hids have been through a lot of water and the bottom of the headlight stays clean for the most part.

The densos are also thin compared to other ballasts so you will have room to mount them.

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direct plug and play for me, just used some zip ties to mount the balast, and it was good to go!
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I've got the same kit from that seller and it's been in now for around 14 months and still going strong. I also paid more for the kit at the time then he's selling them for now. A couple of zip ties will secure the ballasts to the bulkheads behind the headlights. You'll need to pull a few bolts on the drivers side and move the cruise control to get access for zip tying that ballast in. The passengers side is easy. I wrote up a PDF file with pictures on installation for Keith and still have it around if needed if anyone wants to see what's involved with the Densos.

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