What is included in an HID kit?
Does my kit come with installation instructions?
What is a relay?
What is a canceller?
How do I know if I need a relay or canceller?
How can I find out what bulb size my vehicle requires?
What is the average life of an HID kit?
Are these kits plug-n-play?
How much brighter will my HID kit be than my factory halogens?
What is the difference between a standard ballast and a slim/digital ballast?
How do I find out if I have a different bulb size for high beam and low beam?
Can I make both my Hi beam and Lo beam HID?
What is a Hi/Low HID kit?
What is a Bi-Xenon kit?
What vehicles are eligible for a Bi-Xenon kit?
How does a Bi-Xenon kit work?
How long does it take for HID bulb to fully ignite?
What does 3000k, 6000k, 8000k, etc. mean?
How does your warranty work?
How do I submit a warranty claim?
What does your warranty cover?
How long is the warranty?
How does your life time warranty work?
How long does it take to receive back my warranty replacement?
What happens to my warranty if I splice wires?
Is there an installation video for my kit?
Do I need a professional installer to install my kit?
If I order today, when will my kit ship out?
How long will it take my order to reach me?
What shipping company will deliver my package?
Does my package require a signature upon delivery?
How/When do I obtain a tracking number for my purchase?
Can I get HID’s if I have sealed beams on my vehicle?
What does it mean if my light appears to be shaking, shimmering, or flickering?
2 bulbs, 2 ballasts, 2 ballast mounting brackets are included in your kit.
A relay is used for certain vehicles with daytime running lights or to simply pull power from your battery. This will accomplish two advantages. One advantage is bypassing the issue of problems that may occur between your E.C.U and your headlights. Another advantage is having more consistent power to the HID kit since the power is coming directly from the power source.
You will know if you have daytime running lights if you need either or both. If you have a computerized headlight system you will need a canceller. If you do not but you have D.R.L.’s you will need a relay.
You can find out by visiting our bulb guide. Simply click on the button “bulb guide” and follow the easy instructions. You can get bulb sizes for every bulb on your vehicle.
Approximate estimate of average life is about 3000 hours.
Yes. All our kits are plug-n-play. No splicing or modification of wires or plugs is necessary.
Your HID’s should give out 3 times more light or brightness than your factory halogens.
A standard ballast is your basic ballast and contains no power regulator where as the digital ballast does contain one.
You can find this information by visiting our link under our “bulb guide” button.
The industry standard definition of a Hi/Low HID kit is hi beam halogen, low beam HID.
It is a dual beam HID kit. Meaning both bulbs are HID using only one HID kit.
Vehicles with one bulb for Hi beam and low beam are eligible.
Our Bi-xenon kit works by having one Xenon (HID) bulb for both hi beam and low beam. This is possible due to a spring loaded motor attached under the base of the bulb. The high beam and low beam is activated through the controller wiring harness included in the kit. This harness activates the bulb motor to move into low beam or hi beam when either beam is selected without having to re-ignite or warm up the bulb.
On average it takes about 15-30 seconds for full ignition.
These numbers are associated with color temperatures. Each number represents a color. The break-down is an industry standard and each number correlates as such: 3000k-yellow 6000k-platinum/bright white 8000k-baby blue/light blue 10000k-blue 12000k-deep blue/hint of purple.
If component has not been altered or physically damaged in any way, shape, or form but is defective or no longer working properly, you can ship the component. Once received, it will be tested. If it shows defective we will replace it for you and ship it back. If you desire a tracking number you must supply a return shipping label.
To submit a warranty claim you must fill out the warranty claim form.
Our warranty covers any and all components against manufacture defect. If the component stops working properly, consistently, or no longer works on it own accord, then it is covered by warranty.
It Depends on which warranty you choose. 1 year warranty covers the product for 1 year. A 2 year warranty covers the product for 2 years. A lifetime Warranty covers the product for as long as you own the kit.
All the components received are covered by warranty for as long as you own them.
All components sent in for warranty replacement require 24-72 hours for turnaround time. That is 1-3 business days.
You are no longer covered by warranty.
Yes. If you click on our “installation” button you will see an installation video for your bulb size HID kit.
Some vehicles are an easy installation requiring no more than 30 minutes. Some can be more complicated and we highly recommend a professional installer. The advantage of this will be that your installation is now covered by a warranty through the installer as well as a warranty through us for the kit. Also, it will eliminate any frustration that may be encountered when dealing with your vehicle. Some vehicles call for the bumper or complete headlamp to be removed for an installation.
Once the order is placed, your kit(s) will ship out next day.
Transit time varies. You should visit the shipping couriers website to track your package once its been shipped. All orders are shipped From the U.S so most of the time our customers receieve their orders within a couple of days.
All orders are shipped via FedEx or USPS Priority.
All our packages are sent with no signature required but if you request a signature you must submit your request through customer comments on your order which will be subject to a service fee.
The moment your package is scanned from our facility by a Fed Ex agent you will receive and email confirmation with a tracking number.
Unfortunately, you cannot get HID’s for a vehicle with sealed beams but if you are able to search online and find Aftermarket Headlamp Halogen Housings for your vehicle then yes you can get an HID kit for your vehicle.
Some vehicles may experience pulsing of power from the alternator which can translate into a fluttering or moving of the light beam which will require additional power regulation. Purchasing the slim digital ballasts will correct this issue on most vehicles because they have a built in power regulator to steady the beam.