please chose bulb color (5000k)WHITE AND BLUE(8000k)
BULB TYPE - H4 H7 H11 H1 9006 9005 9007 H3 PREIUM HID KITS. not the cheap plastic case ones
selling my left over HID lights. I sold these directly and had a website. these are the higher grade hids with aluminum ballast not the cheap plastic ones that burn out quick. i sold them for use on motorcycles which have more vibration resistance so stop selling the cheap product. the ballast is digital and has power protection.
HIDs are a must have on motorcycles (can be used on cars also). up to 3x the light of regular bulb help you see much better but way more importantly everyone else on the road will see you better also and get out of your way. they convert the power via the ballast to make the light much more brighter. you will notice big difference right away. just like a taser uses a simple 9v batter and converts it to something that can shock you
Ballast Dimension: 4"L x 2.5"H x 0.75"W
ASIC Chip: Power flow is maintained to protect your bulbs from potential damage by voltage fluctuations.
Longer Lifespan: Average of 9,500 hours of light which is 3 times more than a standard ballast.
Intense Light: Precision cut glass chamber allows for clean, powerful light to be emitted therefore reducing hot
Military Grade Aluminum Case: Corrosion resistant, high strength metal alloy that will ensure lasting durability.
Simple Plug and Play Installation
single HID lights $39 - 2x pair of hid kits $69
consit of 1 digital slim ballast + 1 bulb + all wires needed for plug and play + rubber grommet if you have to drill 1 inch hole into back of headlight
5\6000k= WHITE brightest hid light, more of a white color
8000k= BLUE color, still 2.5x brighter then regular bulb and custom attention getting look
HID bulb spacers $5 ( some motorcycles, mostly honda and Suzuki need spacers)
cancellers $19 = these are capacitors for high end cars and bmw to stop flickering and check engine lights
installs= I don't do installs anymore as I don't have time but these are pretty much plug and play and easy to do. just use gloves as you don't want to touch the bulbs on install because of the oil on your skin. pull out your stock bulb, replace with hid bulb, and then connect the wires from the hid ballast to where the bulb wires were.
most bikes only need 1 hid kit, some need x 2 kits if you have 2 lights. mostly Harley s are H4
email me with info on your bike and what your trying to get done
I am in west palm beach area