What is a xenon or HID kit??
They are light conversion kits having each kit
containing all of the vital pieces to change your
headlamps from halogen lamps to xenon or hid
cars,trucks or motorbikes lights.
Why exchange my
Hid illumination lamps have been shown
to be better than normal bulbs having the same
wattage by up to 3 times more brightness which
leaves the driver the capability to distinguish the
route upfront better. This is evidently much better
and furthermore ensures night journeys are not as
stressful as they could be.
Hid stands in place of high intensity discharge and
xenon is the label given to the gas enclosed in and
surrounded by the bulbs glass. Some prefer to make
use of the name HID kits others preferring to make
use of the name xenon kits, they both mean the
precisely same thing.
The hid or xenon changing kit will hold each of all
the needed bits necessary for modifying between
halogen and xenon electric light. Also enclosed in
the kit will be all of the cables and connections
desired for installing and linking the bulbs and
electric supply. A pair or two solitary ballasts
will be incorporated which ought to be used to run
the bulbs and they simply run in the same method as
a starter in a neon electric tube. They swap the
power given to the bulb to the right voltage and
rating needed to make it work fittingly.
A digit preceded by an H like H1 is a reference to
the bulb fitting socket and they occur anywhere in
the range from H1 to H12. These will be precisely
the same numbers as utilised by halogen bulbs which
also appear in H fixtures. They will be easily used
to pair your bulb to the socket in your auto to make
sure the bulb you obtain fits your car when you
require a new one. The symbol W stands for the
element of power named a watt, the more the numeral
is increased the more power the bulb will make use
of. With hid bulbs becoming brighter excessively
great ratings are not vital with 35W and 55w ending
up the most widely held ones used in the majority of
cars, anything going over the 55w size is a bit
K measures Kelvin and is a rate of warmth so a 1600k
hid bulb simply means a lamp in which the xenon
burns at 1600 degrees Kelvin.
Compatibility with your vehicle:
The first thing you need to check is whether the HID
kit will be compatible with your car or truck. You
need to check the bulb type used for your vehicle's
original headlights (high-beams, low-beams, high-and-low
beams or fog lights
Top 5 benefits of installing HID Kits:
Last longer: HID kits include special HID
bulbs that have no filament (unlike halogen
bulbs). This means they last up to 10 times
longer than regular bulbs. That's 7500 hours
versus 750 hours for regular bulbs.
More light: HID kits produce 3 to 4 times
more lights than regular headlights. This is
3400 lumens versus 900-1200 lumens for regular
Easy to install: Real plug-and-play kit
such as these HID Kits can be installed in 15-30
minutes and require no modification to the
electrical system of your vehicle.
Use less power: Good quality 35W HID kits
use only 35W of power versus 55W for regular
halogen bulbs. This means they run cooler and
use less power from the vehicle's electrical
Looks good/cool: HID Kit look much better
than regular bulbs because of the white/blue
light that they produce. You can tell that a car
or truck has HID light from far away. They give
style and class to any vehicle they are
Xenon HID Questions
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What does the XENON HID light system
Every one of our kits is made from OEM grade
materials that have been DOT approved.
We will supply you with all of the necessary
components and hardware to install this system into
Each kit includes: 2 direct plug-in XENON H.I.D.
lamps, 2 ballasts (transformer / igniter unit), all
necessary wiring, complete and easy to follow
installation instructions and wiring diagram.
What should I do if want to get only
High or Low Beam with HID Xenon? what about if I
First, I want to let you know, there is Single beam
and Dual Beam Bulb(BI-Xenon) types.
a) If your car use one bulb to give High beam and
another bulb to give Low beam, that means your
current bulb is Single beam model, so it should be
one of these types:
You should buy the HID KIT accordding to your
current bulb types. While, one KIT can give you only
High Or Low, if you want both, you have to buy 2
b) If your car use one bulb to give both High and
Low beams, that means your current bulb have two
filaments, or we called it Dual Beam Bulb, so you
should buy a BI-Xenon HID Kit, like
H4-3(HB2),9004-3,9007-3,H13-3. You should buy the
Bi-Xenon HID KIT accordding to your current bulb
types. Bi-Xenon bulbs are telescopic model, it can
move so you can have one bulb to give you High and
Low. One set of BI-Xenon HID KIT can give you both
High and Low with HID.
c) There is another bulb type, H4-2(HB2), this kind
of bulb is similar to H4-3, it can give you both
High and Low beam, but one of the beam is halogen,
another is HID. If your car use H4 type bulb to give
both High and Low, you can buy H4-2 or H4-3 HID
Why can't I just replace the halogen
bulb in my vehicle with XENON HID lamps without
having to purchase the entire kit?
Motorcycles and automobiles currently use a 12 Volt
electrical system for their headlamps. XENON HID
lighting systems require over 20,000 volts to ignite
Once lit, they only require 85 volts to keep running.
Our kits include a power pack that is necessary for
the lamps to turn on. The input of the power pack is
9-16 volts. It is an integral part of the system.
You DO NOT require any additional components to
install the XENON HID lamp into the original socket
of the halogen bulb.
Could I not just purchase a stronger
watt halogen bulb to get a brighter light?
XENON H.I.D. lamps are 35 watts while traditional
halogen bulbs are 55 watts.
Even though XENON H.I.D. lamps draw less current,
they produce 3 times the light output as the higher
wattage halogen bulbs.
Increasing the wattage will make the bulb a little
brighter but still much dimmer that the XENON HID
lamps. Also, AMPS = (BULB WATTS X 2) / BATTERY
VOLTAGE OUTPUT (12).
So as you increase the wattage on your bulb you
increase the current draw on your entire electrical
This is critical in motorcycle applications.
What model of HID Kits should I buy?
In a word, you should buy the HID KIT which match
your current bulb type.
we suggest you to check it on http://www.sylvania.com/ConsumerProducts/AutomotiveLighting/LampReplacementGuide
the manual of your car, take a look at your current
bulbs or ask some local shops.
Could I Install the kit myself?
For anyone who is mechanically inclined, this
installation is considered "do-it-yourself".
While a typical installation takes approximately an
hour, it can vary depending on application (conversion
Our kits are ready to install right-out-of-the-box
and come complete with everything that you will
We also provide you a full set of easy-to-read,
step-by-step instructions to guide you.
What is colour temperature?
Many people believe that the higher the colour
temperature the brighter the lamp. This is totally
The colour temperature is purely a scale to measure
the colour of the light output. It is a reference
purely for colour and could equally be called White,
Green or Blue.
The reality is the higher up the scale the lamps are
the less bright they become. 5200K lamps are approx
10% brighter (measured in Lumens, not degrees K)
than the 7000K.
If you want lighting performance the 5200K HID lamps
are the best. In our opinion 7000K has the best and
most attractive light output.
Degrees K = ONLY COLOUR
What is the difference between
genuine XENON HID lights and Xenon gas-filled bulbs?
High Intensity Discharge (H.I.D.) is a type of
lighting technology that replaces the filament of
the light bulb with Xenon gas. The gas is ignited to
produce an arc of light, when high voltage is
applied. The amount of light output is three times
that of a standard halogen bulb. The lamps also glow
at a higher light temperature (closer to natural
sunlight) that gives it its distinct color and
Other companies produce halogen bulbs that are
gas-filled. They still have a filament as they are
halogen technology, but the gas gives the bulb a
bluer color when lit. Xenon-filled halogen bulbs
produce little or no more light output than standard
halogen bulbs of the same wattage.
"It should be noted that halogen technology is not
comparable to the Xenon discharge technology, fitted
as original equipment to more and more of the
world's finest cars. " - Philips
DO NOT BE FOOLED BY COMPANIES THAT OFFER HID-LOOK
They are not a true XENON H.I.D. light system.
How can Bi-Xenon give me both High/Low
with HID Xenon?
Bi-Xenon bulbs are telescopic model, it can move so
you can have one bulb to get both High and Low and
both of them are Xenon HID.
While there is also a bulb type, H4-2, this kind of
bulb is similar to H4-3, it can give you both High
and Low beam, but one of the beam is halogen,
another is HID.
If your car use H4 type bulb to give both High and
Low, you can buy H4-2 or H4-3 HID KIT.
How long will these bulbs last?
HID XENON lamps are designed to last for the life of
They will run for over 2000 hours. Our lamp kits and
bulbs are made of the finest materials available.
Could I re-install the original
halogen bulbs after the XENON H.I.D. kit has been
With the growing popularity of leasing vehicles, a
big concern is whether or not you can bring the
vehicle back to its original factory condition.
Our kits install with little or no modifications to
If need be, the entire kit can be removed and the
original halogen bulbs replaced. This kit can be
re-installed into another vehicle that uses the same
Will I lose the ability to use the
All originally supplied XENON H.I.D. lighting
systems from automotive manufacturers use a dual
bulb configuration for High and Low beam. A
traditional halogen bulb is used for the High beam
while a XENON H.I.D. lamp is utilized for the Low
beam. Our kits are intended to replace the Low-beam
components of the lighting system while still
keeping the High beam halogen bulb fully operational.
Some vehicles use a single halogen bulb for both the
High and Low beam (like H4). We offer a kit for
these vehicles as well, but the functionality of the
High beam is eliminated. We are also offering the
Dual Beam / Hylow H4 kit where both High and Low
beam are preserved.
An alternative to this is to use the low beam H4 kit
and install the XENON HID light system kit into the
auxiliary lights of your vehicle. This way, you will
still have full High beam functionality and will
increase the effectiveness of your auxiliary lights.
Are these XENON HID light systems
Every country and jurisdiction has its own rules and
regulations governing the use of automotive lighting.
XENON H.I.D. lighting systems that are supplied with
the vehicles from the factory are DOT / E approved.
Our kits are also made by the same OEM manufacturers
that supply all the major car companies of the
NO XENON H.I.D. lighting system available from any
source is DOT / E approved if installed outside of
the factory. These kits are not street legal for use
on public roads as they are. As a result, we
officially endorse the kit for exhibition and
off-road use and will only sell the kit to be used
for these purposes.
We are not responsible for customers who violate the
terms of sale in which they will assume all
responsibilities for any unauthorized or unintended
use other than exhibition or off-road use.
Quality of the Product
Our company focuses on producing HID Kits, which are
JAPAN OEM, we do lots of OEM orders for famous
In fact many HID Kits have a label "Made in Japan/Germany"
are all made by our factory. As we sell over 10000
Kits per month, so the quality of our product is
very good and guaranteed, you will get warrantee for
So be confident with our products. We printed "MADE
IN JAPAN" on our HID Kits.
Plug and Play unit. 30~40 minutes for a beginner
This is a plug & play unit. Simply replace your
factory bulbs with Our Xenon bulbs, plug the bulb to
the ballast, and the ballast plugs to the factory
OEM harness. No cutting, rewiring, or any other
If you are skeptical of the installation process,
please contact us for assistance
Easy installation (30~40 minutes for a beginner).