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PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2004 10:49 am 
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yeh - is there any kits for 180? id be hella interested!

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2004 2:16 pm 
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Car: potential sr20 180
and even if there is a kit for 180s...is DIY any more difficult to a pop up light ?

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2004 8:27 pm 
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It's got nothing to do with what car you have, it's the bulb type, and they cater for all bulb types.
If you can replace the globe in your car then you can fit one of these.


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are these much brighter than just putting xenons globes in ur current headlights?
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damasta3 wrote:
are these much brighter than just putting xenons globes in ur current headlights?


Hell Yeah :D

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Yeah mate, those xenon globes are xenon type, they are still shitty heologen (spelling).


The real things need the balast and ignightor to work.


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yeah i want a set for my 180-will make the mountain passes alot more less deadly ;)
anyone able to setup a group buy???


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Hi,

Saw these on ebay and was wondering if anyone has had any experience with these specific kits or any like them?

Is is safe to say that these are the same sort of kit as the JDM S15 genuine nissan kit? (Although genuine is very expensive)

Wondering cos if so these seem a steal at less than half price what most of these kits go for retail:


http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=36607&item=4506430238&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW


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For those who have installed HID kits on their s15's, where did you mount the ballasts? Ive just purchased a kit for my S14a but looking around the engine bay I can't think of a decent place to mount it. Pics would be great if possible :)


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Look to the left of my fuse box, I just wedged it in there, it aint going anywhere. The other one is attached to the inside wall of my cold air partition, so not sure what your going to do there.


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hmm, like you said, I could probably do the same for the left side of the engine bay but not sure what I would do for the other one. Ive seen an install from another site which mounted them on the front of the car, was thinking of doing that as I found a place between my FMIC and radiator (on the sides) which already have a hole drilled into the chassis but how do these things handle getting wet? Im not sure whether they'll get wet in that position but just in case.

BTW do they get really hot?


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Sorry, never checked to see if they get hot or not, but I highly doubt you would want water anywhere near these puppies, you need to understand that the ballast pumps out close to 100,000 volts.


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I mounted the ballast units under the head lights :D

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