+1 exactlyunless you completely convert by installing a hid projector housing, the hid light is going to disburse in a useless pattern, not aid your vision at all, and blind other drivers.
unless you completely convert by installing a hid projector housing, the hid light is going to disburse in a useless pattern, not aid your vision at all, and blind other drivers.
id need a link, projector != hid. they make projectors for halogen bulbs as well. in order to do it correctly you need one that is for a d1s or d2s bulb, not a h1, 9007, 9003, etc (those are all halogen)I have one in my 630. It definitely blinds people at night so i often end up turning it off...but once I get out if traffic and switch it back on I can see everything! I got mine from ddm too. This is my 3rd vehicle with hids from ddm. I haven't had a failure yet and theyre cheap.
You can get projector headlights off ebay for around $50...anyone try one of these before?
ive had them in aftermarket dual housings on a monster, and in my factory 996 projector, they were essentially the same visibility as the halogen, but were incredibly offensive in the monster.Ill disagree with not aiding in vision. Ive had plenty of HID kits that are considerably better than stock without modifications. They may disperse in a wild pattern and blind people, but thats the exception not the rule in my experiences