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Originally posted by emaildogs
reply to post by luciddream
I just installed HID on my Nissan Maxima and the were a breeze. Many HID kits nowadays ARE plug and play. The only other option for a true white light would be LED, and that tech. is not really ready for headlights.
i know you said "other than HID", but i think you should reconsider. My install took 20 mins, and i couldnt be happier, and the extra visibility is really stunning.
Oh yeah: got em on ebay for like 30 bucksedit on 23-5-2013 by emaildogs because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by luciddream
reply to post by CranialSponge
Those blinding lights are for people who install the system incorrectly. They cut corners to get the HID "look".
Usual problems with those are the Aim of the bulb, improper housing and or lack of projectors.
In order for HID lights to be clean, bright and safe, you need all the components. HIDs last a long time(10 fold +) without dimming or losing brightness like the halogens do.