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Old 04-23-2011, 01:04 PM
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Re: Are there any plug and play HID kits

how much angle (down) do you need to get them at the right level? I'd consider HID headlights if that's all it takes.
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Re: Are there any plug and play HID kits

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how much angle (down) do you need to get them at the right level? I'd consider HID headlights if that's all it takes.
Mine didnt require much leveling. only to make them even. With the headlamps the way they are, they dont blind incoming traffic. I've kept mine at aprox original level and have had no complaints "bright flashes"
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Re: Are there any plug and play HID kits

I had to lower mine a bit...first drive at night someone flashed at me within 5 min.

Other than that...installation is a cake walk. 3 kit i've had.

Will be buying a kit for my fogs soon enough.
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