The debate isn't whether they're superior as a factory option in a properly designed system. It's whether these HID replacement bulb kits are really an upgrade. No one denies they throw out a lot of light and it's very bright blue and impressive looking. The question is whether they actually help you to see more/further or not. Daniel Stern's opinion was that they don't when he wrote that article. I agree they look cool though ;DDocPup said:from the looks of it...they are superior....and kinda makes sense IMO...why would car makers have it as an upgrade if it was subpar....
why would I want to do that? Are the SAI solenoid and pipework not necessary? ???Martin_R said:
Be careful with waterjet cutting. I'm pretty sure they can do a really good job but I had some discs cut for my mountainbike and they looked like shit. Took me a day with a file to clean up all the edges. I had some more discs done for a mate by laser and they were perfect.kuhlka said:When I get a little more cash saved up I'll be able to send in my SAI plates to get copied using waterjet or laser and hopefully have a batch of block-offs that don't look like ass.
Did you manage to get it installed? I am asking because I just got a kit and want to have a previous experience before running cables all around.MotoRaider said:http://www.xenonrider.com/products/h4_bixenon_hid_kits.shtml
just not sure where and how to mount the ballast..
anyone went this route yet?