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  1. Join Date
    May 2011
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    #1
    mga boss...plano ko bumili ng HID Xenon light pero hindi ako sigurado kung compatible sa galant gti..meron pa ba mga sukat or compatibility na dapat consider pag bumili or plug and play kahit anong HID light? salamat sa makakasagot

    hid xenon light kit

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    #2
    Bro,

    Don't just buy a plug & play HID hangga't hindi retrofitted yung buong assembly mo (Ballast, Wiring Harness, Xenon Bulbs, Projectors, Lens, Relays, Fuses) otherwise sabog ang ilaw mo bukod sa makakasilaw sa kasalubong mo compromising safety bukod sa takaw away. You better buy a brighter Halogen (Philips XPS, Osram NB, etc. with the same wattage) if you want more light. If you'll just buy a xenon bulb to replace your halogen, sayang lang pera dahil scattered ilaw niyan lalo na pag umuulan...HTH.

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    #3
    Quote Originally Posted by j4ever View Post
    Bro,

    Don't just buy a plug & play HID hangga't hindi retrofitted yung buong assembly mo (Ballast, Wiring Harness, Xenon Bulbs, Projectors, Lens, Relays, Fuses) otherwise sabog ang ilaw mo bukod sa makakasilaw sa kasalubong mo compromising safety bukod sa takaw away. You better buy a brighter Halogen (Philips XPS, Osram NB, etc. with the same wattage) if you want more light. If you'll just buy a xenon bulb to replace your halogen, sayang lang pera dahil scattered ilaw niyan lalo na pag umuulan...HTH.
    maraming salamt bro..noob kasi ako pag dating sa HID pero malaking bagay tips mo..san ba nakakabili saka nasa magkano yang philips XPS or Osram NB?

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    #4
    If you're planning on using HID, use it the right way -- retrofit.
    If you find these a bit too pricey, since it really is but worth it anyway, then you're better off using Philips Xtreme or Osram Nightbreakers.

    The Philips Xtreme & Osram Nightbreakers are halogens, hence glaring wouldn't be an issue unlike when you're using cheap plug-n-play HIDs. The former ( PhXP ) produce a 4300k-like output wherein the light is a bit from the yellowish white while the latter ( OsNB ) produce a 6000k-like output wherein the light it produces are whitish.

    H4 prices:
    Philips Xtreme - 1600-1800/pair
    Osram Nightbreakers - 1100-1400/pair

    Banawe QC prices

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    #5
    Quote Originally Posted by renzo_d10 View Post
    If you're planning on using HID, use it the right way -- retrofit.
    If you find these a bit too pricey, since it really is but worth it anyway, then you're better off using Philips Xtreme or Osram Nightbreakers.

    The Philips Xtreme & Osram Nightbreakers are halogens, hence glaring wouldn't be an issue unlike when you're using cheap plug-n-play HIDs. The former ( PhXP ) produce a 4300k-like output wherein the light is a bit from the yellowish white while the latter ( OsNB ) produce a 6000k-like output wherein the light it produces are whitish.

    H4 prices:
    Philips Xtreme - 1600-1800/pair
    Osram Nightbreakers - 1100-1400/pair

    Banawe QC prices
    thanks sir,, ill try the OsNB

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    #6
    sana maganda ang buga ng HID sa glass headlamp ng galant gti mo.

    sa lancer singkit kasi na may glass headlamp cover and have the same production year/s ng galant gti ay sabog/kalat ang buga ng ilaw ng HID. pang-clear glass/plastic headlamps lang ata maganda ang HID bulbs.

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    #7
    ^ Depende pa rin po sir sa reflector bowl. Maski po clear glass/plastic ang headlamps, sabog pa rin paminsan.

    For example, sa Vios pangit ang buga ng HID sa 1.3 J & E, 1.5G pero pag dating sa 1.5XX malinis ang cutoff. Pareho sa Honda Civic FD, sa 2.0S-L, maganda ang cutoff ng HID.

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