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Old 03-09-2011, 03:01 PM   #1
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2011 ses ddm kit

I'm thinking about getting the 8k DDM HID KITs for my headlights and fog lights. has anyone used these and if so how do you like them? and do they last a good amount?

http://www.ddmtuning.com/Products/DD...ast-35W-or-55W

also with these will i need the HID Harness or the Error Eliminators?

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DDM has a quality kit. You will not need to buy the harness, it will come withe the H13 Hi/Lo kit. No need for the error eliminator either. I have 35w 5000K in my headlights and fogs, and couldn't be happier with them. I personally wouldn't go over 6000K cause you will start loosing usable light the higher klevin rating you go. But it's all on how you like it.
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Yeah DDM makes great stuff. I have the 35W 8K kit and love it.

You won't need the harness or error code elminator.
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You won't need the harness or error code elminator.
On the 08-11 to run the H13 Hi/Lo you need the harness, but DDM supplies it in the kit.
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So i do need to make sure to buy the H13 Hi/Lo kit not the regular H13 Kit right?
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Thanks for the opinions I'm gonna order them later this week. I have had 8k's in my old car but i'm thinking about going down to 6k's possibly.

does anyone know if these void any kind of the factory warranty?
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it's up to you if you want the hi/low kit or just the reg kit. reg kit you won't have high beams anymore though. I did that on my 09 and am fine with it.

and no, as long as you don't mess anything up during the install the hid's will not void your factory warranty.
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it's up to you if you want the hi/low kit or just the reg kit. reg kit you won't have high beams anymore though. I did that on my 09 and am fine with it.

and no, as long as you don't mess anything up during the install the hid's will not void your factory warranty.
Ok thanks I appreciate it. I'll take pics and let you all know how it goes

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Also just thought I'd share but ddmtuning is getting out of the hid business due to legal issues.
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Also just thought I'd share but ddmtuning is getting out of the hid business due to legal issues.

Not to mention all the issues with suppliers and such going after them.
Good luck getting anything in a timely manner from what I've seen on other forums
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