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kernniew asked what is the best hid conversion kit for my car?
i have a 2001 mustang and i want the blue/white headlights. ive realized that i need a hid kit for this so im wondering what the best kit would be? im looking for a bulb temperature of around 5000k-8000k. im also trying to keep it under $200. i need a 9007 model size. please tell me what brand and where i should order from. thanks a lot!
And got the following answer:
getting an hid kits for a 9007 bulb can be confusing so let em square you away on what you may find out on the market. To start, the 9007 halogen bulb is a dual filament bulb which has two coils inside, one for high beam, and one for low beam. The car switches between them when you switch form high to lo beam though they are both contained in a single 9007 bulb. When you buy an HID kit for a 9007 you will get one of 4 different types of hid bulbs. ***take note, that unless you ask, vendors will usually just sell you s et for "9007" and don't usually say which one they have, the price will usually correspond to what you are getting. additionally some come with relay harness some don't. 9007-1 bulbs have a single HID bulb and when installed, you will have no high beam function. these will be found in the cheapest of sets usually with no relay harness 9007-2 bulbs have an hid bulbs, and a halogen bulb together. When you switch to high beam, the halogen will turn on and the hid will turn off. It is very useless because the halogen is not as bright as the HID. With some modification, you could make it so the halogen is low beam, and the HID is high beam, though when you turn on your high beam, you will have very little light in front of your car until the bulb warms up. these are more affordable hi/lo options and will include a relay harness usually. 9007-3 hid bulbs have a single HID bulb that is retracted in and out, or moved side to side to create two beam patterns, this is most similar to the original halogen bulb that had two coils in different locations, when switching from low to high beam beam the light source remains the same so you have hid light for both, and there is no need to wait for it to warm up. somewhat more costly than 9007-2, these always include a relay harness also. 9007-4 kits are very expensive and have two HID light sources in each bulb, and require two ballasts for each bulb, the down side is when you switch to high beam, you must wait for the second hid to warm up. Few vendors sell these, and those that do sell them for a lot of money. what makes a quality kit is the ballast more than the bulbs. there are digital ballasts, and analog ballasts, they look identical until you rip them open and look inside. Ballasts with digital lamp voltage monitoring will extend bulb life by ~130% of what it would be with an analog ballast by reducing wear on the bulbs electrodes, this could add over 1000hour of burn time to your bulbs simply by having better ballasts. As bulbs wear in the voltage required to run them gets higher, eventually a ballast won't be able to produce a high enough voltage to run the bulb, and the bulb will be "dead" Better ballast will have higher voltage output capabilities offering longer bulb life, this again, is something not mentioned in ads, but the short story is that more costly ballasts will usually have higher voltage output capabilities. Some cheap ballasts have low surge capabilities, and may actually do damage to themselves every time you ignite the bulb, beware of ballast with 10 amp max current handling capability, these are common to be found on ebay, and in vvme products. Contrary to popular belief, PHILIPS hid conversion kits are not "the best" the reason being is because Philips NO LONGER MAKES HID CONVERSION KITS since they became illegal. Philips only makes d2 and d4 series replacement bulbs, and ballasts for OEM applications. All of the philips conversion kits you see on the web are fake, (like the fake designer handbags you see at flea markets) Though they are usually good hid kits, they are not the best, and they arnt made by philips. They certainly arnt worth the 400 dollar price tag either. Remember, philips does not make halogen bulbs like h11, h7, 9006, 9005, 9007 etc in HID, they only make d2 and d4 series of bulbs anything else is fake. HID kits are illegal to install in projection style headlamps, such as the ones that came factory in your mustang, thoiugh, many peopel do it, and inspection statioins really dont care anymore to the point where they usually just let peopel through, at least where i live, im sure it varries from place to place. So thats the scoop on HIDs, I hope it is helpfull and you learned a lot about HIDs. I sell quality sets with telescopic 9007-3 type hid bulbs for 110 and 130 dollars per set, I carry two types of ballast to choose from, If thats within your budget, feel free to email me at FERRETnPARROT@aol.com for details.