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jl2fast4u Dec 6, 5:33am - #344017 
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HID's worth it?

Well since I'm keeping my GT I might as well mod the hell out of it. I was thinking about HID's. Right now I have 6500k blue bulbs and they are really white. What I really want is that look on the luxury cars (or the evo MR) that have that really blue look.

What is the best brand of HID's to get? Also, I want a bright HID set, but I also want it to be blue (in other words, be to where people know it's HID and not just some bulbs). What temp would be the best?

Pics of current HID owners would be appreciated! thumbsup

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eclipseturbogsx Dec 6, 5:59am - #344018 

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HID's is the best way to go. In the long run, they are the same price as if you were replacing your HID lookalike bulbs. Mine as well invest in them now. If it was me, I would get the 4300k for best output but if you want teh bluish look, then i would suggest the 6000k. Look at xenondepot.
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RevMonster Dec 6, 6:03am - #344019 

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HIDs are the best way to go, no question.

Go between 4300 and 6000 for the best output and look combo. If you're looking for something different, I know a guy with 11k in his Civic... it looks hilarious. rofl

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jl2fast4u Dec 6, 6:11am - #344020 
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So does 6000k have some blue output to it? I want it to look like HID's, and not just have a very bright white light.

Does anyone know the color temp on the honda s2000's?

And if I order from xenondepot, i just need to order that set right? I mean, there is nothing else I need to order to get my HID's working?

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Polykarb Dec 6, 6:22am - #344021 

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i saw those on a BMW, they shocked the hell outta me when i turned, i saw a blue light bouce off the bulbs, thinking it was a cop!

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eclipseturbogsx Dec 6, 6:36am - #344022 

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i'm pretty sure the one on the s2000 is 4300k. Someone correct me if i'm wrong. Just get the 6000k. Bluish look while still maintaining good output.
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Erick Dec 6, 6:40am - #344023 

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Originally Posted by jl2fast4u


...Does anyone know the color temp on the honda s2000's?...


all stock OEM HID runs at 4100k-4300k color temp..


and as i've posted here https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f0_1953365985_0_collapsed_5_365_1.html#1953365985

Originally Posted by Erick


Just that with our stock halogen projector you won't get the same color effect as an hid designed projector would.

which is why stock OEM hid's typically have that prism effect. The coloration is the result of the light projectors; the lenses: it's transparency, it's curvature, the tiny grooves etched into it; the projector assembly, the shield, and the reflector bowl. All these components work together to produce a signature of light unique to that particular optic's design.


on a side note pictures of HID don't really do it much justice as seeing it in person happywink
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spaztikid Dec 6, 7:22am - #344024 
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the projector is what makes the difference in HID's... different projectors let different wavelenghts through spineyes
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RevMonster Dec 6, 7:28am - #344025 

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Originally Posted by spaztikid
the projector is what makes the difference in HID's... different projectors let different wavelenghts through spineyes


Exactly. The S2k runs pure white HIDs, but the housing acts as a prism and adds a purple hue.

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Erick Dec 6, 7:48am - #344026 

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yeah i could have said projector too rofl ... though other elements are involved too grin

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hmmm stupid questions but wouldnt 6000K HIDS burn the housing ?? like will get too hot and over heat or no?
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ToiletPaper Dec 6, 7:54am - #344028 
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HIDs are well worth it.
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mukalicious Dec 6, 9:36am - #344029 

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i got the XD 6000k kit and i dont know how ive lived without HIDs for as long as i did. clicks on purple, fades to deep blue then warms up to a bright white with a hint of blue... driving down the road it gives off flickers of blue, purple and sometimes a reddish flare.

i love mine.

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tristie04 Dec 7, 1:06am - #344030 
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get hids!
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Those are some nice HIDS man!
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Sultan Dec 7, 1:10am - #344032 

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Originally Posted by jl2fast4u
So does 6000k have some blue output to it? I want it to look like HID's, and not just have a very bright white light.

Does anyone know the color temp on the honda s2000's?

And if I order from xenondepot, i just need to order that set right? I mean, there is nothing else I need to order to get my HID's working?


just order the XD 6000K HID kit - nothing else you need...
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Mp3Supply Dec 7, 1:48am - #344033 

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^^or buy my XenonDepot H7 4300k kit

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skym Dec 7, 2:28am - #344034 
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Originally Posted by mukalicious
i got the XD 6000k kit and i dont know how ive lived without HIDs for as long as i did. clicks on purple, fades to deep blue then warms up to a bright white with a hint of blue... driving down the road it gives off flickers of blue, purple and sometimes a reddish flare.

i love mine.

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Is that with the OEM halogen projector?
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mukalicious Dec 7, 10:14am - #344035 

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yup. and it was before i had messed around with aiming them.

here is another pic. ill try and get some more pics since i think im almost done adjusting them. im anal about that shit... i had my girl drive the celi and i hopped in the si and i made her follow me at different distances, drive oposite directions and all this other crap so i could see what other drivers would be seeing. rofl

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ragingpaseo Dec 7, 9:57pm - #344036 
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yeah, go for HIDs!!! thumbsup
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CRBN BLU Dec 8, 2:31am - #344037 

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HIDs, no comparison!!

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sean2857 Dec 8, 2:48am - #344038 
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HIDS!!! definitly get them. i got mine a few weeks ago and i get people asking me "what kind of lights are those?" all the time. i had my friend drive my car down the road and back so i can see the headlights from a distance and they look awesome. they have a blue/purple/white flicker to them.
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Bakablo1 Dec 8, 4:43am - #344039 
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Originally Posted by sean2857
HIDS!!! definitly get them. i got mine a few weeks ago and i get people asking me "what kind of lights are those?" all the time. i had my friend drive my car down the road and back so i can see the headlights from a distance and they look awesome. they have a blue/purple/white flicker to them.


what kinda hids are those? they look really good thumbsup thumbsup
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skym Dec 8, 4:45am - #344040 
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Originally Posted by Bakablo1
Originally Posted by sean2857
HIDS!!! definitly get them. i got mine a few weeks ago and i get people asking me "what kind of lights are those?" all the time. i had my friend drive my car down the road and back so i can see the headlights from a distance and they look awesome. they have a blue/purple/white flicker to them.


what kinda hids are those? they look really good thumbsup thumbsup


Yeah what temp output is it?
And is your HID in a normal halogen projector?
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sean2857 Dec 8, 5:17am - #344042 
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Originally Posted by skym
Originally Posted by Bakablo1
Originally Posted by sean2857
HIDS!!! definitly get them. i got mine a few weeks ago and i get people asking me "what kind of lights are those?" all the time. i had my friend drive my car down the road and back so i can see the headlights from a distance and they look awesome. they have a blue/purple/white flicker to them.


what kinda hids are those? they look really good thumbsup thumbsup


Yeah what temp output is it?
And is your HID in a normal halogen projector?


the kit that i got is from www.xenondepot.com.they have 2 kits on their site. One is 530 dollars (xenon depot kit) and the other is 350 (xtreme xenonkit) i have the xtreme xenon kit. the color temp is 6500K and i still have the stock projector. well worth the money if you ask me...plus its a great attention getter:-D
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skym Dec 8, 5:38am - #344043 
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The xtreme huh?
I thought it wasn't that good... but I'll think about getting now. hehe
Thanks

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i beat a dude on a bike going to work today...i revved on him and we lined up at the light and it was on....i hit lift once...thats how hardcore it was....
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skym Dec 8, 5:41am - #344044 
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Hm... I looked at the pic again and it looks more like green than purple/blue...

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i beat a dude on a bike going to work today...i revved on him and we lined up at the light and it was on....i hit lift once...thats how hardcore it was....
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sean2857 Dec 8, 5:52am - #344045 
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Originally Posted by skym
Hm... I looked at the pic again and it looks more like green than purple/blue...
the colors change in the lights pretty frequently. it all depends what angle you look at them. if ur parked up close to a wall and you look at the cut off point for the lights, it actually looks like a rainbow...its pretty cool. you can see all the colors from top to bottom. i've noticed green, blue, purple, white, and a dull yellow. thumbsup thumbsup thumbsup
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sean2857 Dec 8, 5:57am - #344046 
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i marked the pic where you can see the colors smile here ya go
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skym Dec 8, 5:59am - #344047 
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I'll get one once I have the money... hehe

Good thing it's cheaper than the xenondepot one...
Also how hard was it to install? would moisture in fl be a problem? And why do you think it's cheaper...?

Hm...

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i beat a dude on a bike going to work today...i revved on him and we lined up at the light and it was on....i hit lift once...thats how hardcore it was....
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sean2857 Dec 8, 6:08am - #344048 
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its not that hard to install. the factory harness plugs into the new HID harness, then the new harness plugs into the ballasts and bulbs. just pop the bulbs in and ur set. moisture shouldnt be a problem at all. :-D if you need anymore help just let me know bud:) thumbsup
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hombredelassrtas Dec 8, 6:50am - #344049 

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here are stock hids, sorry bad camera and angle. woudl look bette farther away. these are stock hid housing and bulbs, so liek 4300k
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w/ flash
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yeah hids are definitely worth it. great investment! you would not regret it, they light up the road really well
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it's too expensive to get the stock from the dealer...
I'll just get the 6k from xenon...
Thanks for the pics tho

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sotck ones are deff to muich. i hear liek 1k for the hosuings alone. i woudl go with the 6000k. deff make sure to cover up the UFO holes though.

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skym Dec 8, 7:00am - #344054 
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Do i have to take my whole headlight out and take it apart?
what if i don't cover the wholes?

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i beat a dude on a bike going to work today...i revved on him and we lined up at the light and it was on....i hit lift once...thats how hardcore it was....
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sean2857 Dec 8, 8:34am - #344055 
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Originally Posted by skym
Do i have to take my whole headlight out and take it apart?
what if i don't cover the wholes?
If you dont cover up the holes, u'll have two spotlight-like beams shooting up in the air, i didnt cover up mine. at first its kind of annoying but after awhile you get used to having them. plus, if ur on the highway they light up the signs really well. install the lights when you get them and drive around for a few days, if you cant get used to them patch up the holes. i'm not too sure how to do it but i'd imagine you can get ur hand behind the light to cover them up without removing the headlight assembly.
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hombredelassrtas Dec 8, 2:00pm - #344056 

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yea you dont have to taek it apart. there are more threads on that subject, jsut search for it. shows you how to do it.

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spotlike beams... guess i have to see it to know what it's like.

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skym Dec 8, 7:25pm - #344059 
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Yeah I saw that thread but i don't know how it'll look on the road.

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hombredelassrtas Dec 8, 7:41pm - #344060 

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wont seit on road. will see it in people rearview Mirrors wink if you aim it right you can blind peopel with their side Mirrors wink stock hids dont have it so i cant say i have tried.

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i've tried with my hid's when I had it in.. and i felt bad for blinding people so i decided to take it out till i fill in the holes..

and aiming it right you really do blind them thumbsdown

also vehicles that are higher up you hit the side view Mirrors most definantly thumbsdown

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skym Dec 8, 8:50pm - #344062 
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LOL so now I could blind those Lexus SUVs the same way they did to me?
muhahahahaha

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sean2857 Dec 8, 10:27pm - #344063 
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Originally Posted by skym
LOL so now I could blind those Lexus SUVs the same way they did to me?
muhahahahaha
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yup sure can rofl

its nice how some of the newer designed headlamps can automatically position itself so it doesn't go above a certain degree

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skym Dec 8, 11:35pm - #344065 
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Some of the mercedes does that too and blinds me when i'm across one of them... it's hazardous to other drivers!
I'm gettin one too... rofl

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SLVCELI Dec 8, 11:50pm - #344066 
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I didnt read any of this discussion so if this doesnt help just disregard it but over on n e w c e l i c a . o r g in the group purchases they have phillips HIDs; 4300 k for $220 and 6000 k for $260.

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