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#1 Old 07-14-2008, 06:49 PM
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Huge HID Conversion Kit Price Drops - Free Lifetime Warranty



Hey all,
I have been able to reduce prices significantly on our HID kits. Lifetime warranties are now included with every HID kit along with free shipping within the US. All of our kits are using the Ultra Slim digital ballast technology.

35w HID kit - $110
55w HID kit - $150
35w hi/lo HID kit - $195
55w hi/lo HID kit - $240

Lifetime warranty included.
Free shipping within the US only. $25 for Canadian shipping.

All orders can be made at SharpHID.com - Automotive HID Xenon Conversion Lighting Products.

As always you can contact me here via PM or via email at sales@sharphid.com.

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I just placed my order!
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I just placed my order!
I got it! Thank you. I expect it to ship within the next 24-48 hours. Let me know if you have any questions during the install.
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Can somone kindly explain to me what this is? I have an idea, but not 100% sure of what these HID kits are....-_- Sorry
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HIDs (high intensity discharge) work in a similar way to a fluorescent light in that they use a ballast and igniter to ignite a gas in the glass bulb using a very high voltage. The gas creates a much brighter light than any filament halogen bulb can create. HIDs also use less energy to run. HIDs are what you will see the newer STIs using as stock headlights. BMW, Audi, and Mercedes have been using them for quite some time also - the purple looking lights you see.

You will want to note that halogen headlights are not designed for HIDs but HIDs will work in them. HID bulbs are longer but will typically require the headlight to be aimed down a little once they are installed. Our HID kits are plug and play and require no cutting or splicing of OEM wiring when installed into your low beams. HIDs are also not DOT approved when installed in a non-HID designed housing. That said I have never heard of someone being required to remove them due to a violation.

You will see a huge improvement in the light output from your headlights after installing HIDs. They will light up a lot more of what is in front of the vehicle and you will be able see more clearly.
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Awesome, Thanks for the info. I read a bit on the LightWerks website about the retrofitting and whatnot...Definitely have to get this mod once I get out of school. lol
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I also have an installation guide for one model of the WRX on my site under the installation section. It also gives insight as to what may be entailed for other models and body styles.
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whats the difference between the 35w and the 55w
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55w kits are about 35-40% brighter than the 35w kits.
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I have a SharpHID 35w 5000K kit on my 2007 WRX and I've been flashed several times by people who think my high beams are on. I think the 35w kit is plenty bright.

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You may want to look into re-aiming your lights if you haven't done so already. The Subaru headlights have a pretty good cut-off and you shouldn't be getting people flashing all that much if at all.
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Thank you!
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I've heard of some people having to drill holes and plug the area around the wires and such. Any issues like this for an 08 WRX?
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You may want to view some of the install guides on my site for photos etc but it is require to have a 1" hole in the headlight cap. I'm not sure why people are plugging the hole afterward because with our kit we provide a rubber grommet surrounding the appropriate wires. This creates a water resistant seal that shouldn't cause any issues. The installation can very easily be of OEM quality.

View SharpHID.com - Automotive HID Xenon Conversion Lighting Products under the installation section for a guide on a vehicle similar to yours.

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