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MJ
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   10th Mar 09 at 10:13   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote



HID XENON SLIM BALLAST KITS Ė ANY BULB TYPE

Hi all,

I am selling HID Xenon Slim Ballast Kits as part of an ongoing group buy for fellow car enthusiasts.

I deal directly with the supplier to keep the costs low that can then be passed to the customer. Kits included a warranty as standard as well as great customer service by myself.

PLEASE NOTE THE NEW PRICES.

The NEW prices are:

- £60 delivered for normal bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits, ie H1, H3, H7, 9006 (HB4), etc (single beam)

- £62 delivered for H7R Anti-glare bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits, These are required for cars that have H7 reflector lights, instead of projector lights.

- £70 delivered for H4 Bi-Xenonís (hi-low) bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits, These are required for cars that use 1 bulb for both hi and low beam.

Below are the details of the HID kits

You can ask your questions either on this thread or contact me directly via private message to ask questions or to place an order.

Thank you MJ
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Information

For sale are HID Xenon Slim Ballast Kits. These are of the highest quality and easy to fit to any car due to being plug and play, with fitting in only a few minutes.

The advantages of the slim ballasts kits are
- Easier to install due to size, including more places to fix the ballasts
- Better quality
- Longer life
- Waterproof improved

In the kit you will receive the following.
- Slim Ballasts (x2)
- Bulbs (x2)
- Fitting harness (x2)
- All Wires
- Instruction Manual

Here is a picture comparison between the slim ballast and the old type ballast.


Prices, Payment and Delivery

Below are the prices for a HID Xenon Slim Ballast Kit delivered to your door.

- £60 delivered for normal bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits, ie H1, H3, H7, 9006 (HB4), etc

- £62 delivered for H7R Anti-glare bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits, These are required for cars that have H7 reflector lights, instead of projector lights.

- £70 delivered for H4 Bi-Xenonís (hi-low) bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits, These are required for cars that use 1 bulb for both hi and low beam.

Please contact me via private message to receive the payment details including which kit you require (bulb and colour/temperature)

We accept the following payment options.
- Paypal (+£2 for paypal fees)
- Bank Transfer

Once payment has been received and cleared the supplier will send the HID kit directly to you and you should receive the kit within 7-10 working days. But generally around 5 working days once payment has cleared. With kits being sent via DHL.

Fitment

We can supply bulbs and colours/temperatures for all cars. All that is required is the make, model and year of the car so that the correct kit is ordered. The pictures below show the bulb types and colours/temperatures available.




Any colour or bulb size can be supplied.

H4 (hi-low) is used on Vauxhall Corsa Bís that have the hi-low beam in one bulb, therefore the Bi-Xenon kit is required. But this group buy is open to any car so please ask around. Corsa C uses the H7 kit.

Warranty

All HID kits come with 12 month warranty on the Ballasts and 7 days on the bulbs. The warranty is through the supplier not myself. If there are any problems with the HID kits I will supply you with his contact details.

Spares

As well as offering HID kits we can get hold of spares for HID kits at the following prices:
- HID Bulbs - £35 delivered for a pair
- Slim ballast - £25 each.

If there is anything else you require please get in contact, and I can advise you on parts and prices.

Thank you MJ

[Edited on 07-09-2010 by MJ]

[Edited on 11-01-2012 by Ian]
Adam-D
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10th Mar 09 at 10:58   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

what are these like without projectors?

jacko198
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10th Mar 09 at 15:55   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Oooooh, i might have to buy some of these. Are the readily availible, i.e can i still buy some in like may?
MJ
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10th Mar 09 at 16:06   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Yer they will be but im trying to get a bulk order to send in a few weeks time.
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will they work with smoked depo's?
MJ
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i can't see why not, i think a few people are running hids with smoked lights like vegasphil
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I'd also be interested but im still trying to find out whether they are any good in morettes for the corsa b. Any one tried /tested them in morettes?
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quote:
Originally posted by corsayoung
will they work with smoked depo's?


They sure do
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A bit expensive aren't they. I have bought 2 sets off ebay for £50 each delivered. If it was a group buy, i'd get him to do £45 delivered to make it worthwhile waiting for them.


I would rather lose by a mile because i built my own car, than win by an inch because someone else built it for me.
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interested but as stated arnt they dear? or is it because they are the slim ones
MJ
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Hi, the £50 ones on ebay are the old style ballasts, and dont normally come with any warranty and overall are not as reliable. The ones i am selling are the new slim type ballasts, more reliable and come with a warranty.

Any more questions please ask?

Cheers MJ
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quote:
Originally posted by munk3yrac3r
I'd also be interested but im still trying to find out whether they are any good in morettes for the corsa b. Any one tried /tested them in morettes?
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quote:
Originally posted by c-benn-c
quote:
Originally posted by munk3yrac3r
I'd also be interested but im still trying to find out whether they are any good in morettes for the corsa b. Any one tried /tested them in morettes?



i'd also like to know
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Makes three of us then lol.
I searched for an answer a few months back but found nothing
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They do work in morettes and feckin awesome! Only work in one bulb though (the outer).
Gareth F
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Pics or it didnt happen
byrnie_2004
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quote:
Originally posted by B3KAN
quote:
Originally posted by corsayoung
will they work with smoked depo's?


They sure do


any pics of this?
FruitBooTeR
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13th Mar 09 at 11:44   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Interested mate not that clued up on them though so any chance you can just tell me what the difference is between -

. Normal bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits

. H4 Bi-xenons (hi-low) bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits
MJ
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The Normal bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits are for bulbs that are only used for low/driving beam so hi beam uses the standard halogen bulb which is not replaced with the kit.

The H4 Bi-xenons (hi-low) bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits are used when the car uses Hi and low beam in one bulb. The Normal bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits can not be used on cars that use the H4 bulbs.
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So for a corsa b the H4 Bi-xenons (hi-low) bulb Slim Ballast Xenon Kits would be ok.
MJ
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yep thats correct.

Cheers MJ
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i might be interested
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i got mine for 60 fitted 2 years ago , r these famous or suma
MJ
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Old fat type ballast yes, but the new more reliable slim ballasts ones are more expensive.

[Edited on 24-03-2009 by MJ]
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quote:
Originally posted by MJ
what car and which bulb type?


2 pin, std bulb audi a4.

or
3 pin, vauxhall chevette

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