|05-26-2005 09:19 AM|
hey ppl, this has been covered many times already. all you do is switch the red wire and blue wire inside the housing..it takes about 1 minute 42 seconds to do. ABSOLUTLEY NO NEED to buy a wiring harness or anything...thats just absurd.
As for bulbs...the inside are H3's and the outside are H1's...
Covering price....280 shipped is rediculous...for a vendor on a group buy you should be able to do ALOT better then that. Especially when Ebay sells the same thing for 200 shipped...i bought mine for 210 shipped and they've lasted almost a year now and still going strong. So, word of advice...key to getting group buys is to offer lower price for multiple purchases.....but what do I know...I'm just a jarhead.
good luck anyway
|05-06-2005 10:30 AM|
|DMITCHELL028||he is right, i bought one of them good deals off ebay. well i paid almost $300 cause i thought they would be the best and no mess ups. well i get them and i drove around for a week and i was bright lighting everyone cause the wiring was wrong on them, so now i have to go back and rewire them or do something to them. i cant get in touch with the people i bought them from and there actually a company, i got ahold of a guy once and he talked to me like i was stupid and didnt know what i was talking about. i think it looks pretty dumb with my dim lights on and i cant use my fog lights....my opinion. So if he is gonna help the customer and get his product right thats enough for me from my experience on ebay.|
|05-06-2005 09:05 AM|
Actally I have been selling them at the $280 price shipped. So I looked on Ebay and found it to be in the ranges of $210-250 shipped. The difference is yes the wiring is right and I am here for my customers with any questions and such. I will not dispute Ebay has excellent deals at times but how easy is it to speak with someone with issues? With every post my contact info and phone # is posted for anyone with questions or issues.
Feel free to contact me with any issues as always!
|05-05-2005 11:47 PM|
|tunedfocuzx3||so just for the different wiring they are $100 more??? in a "group deal"?|
|05-05-2005 07:46 PM|
|deftones77339||they are h1's|
|05-05-2005 07:22 PM|
Do you mean the bulb size?
|05-05-2005 06:10 PM|
|ponyhustler||James what type of bulbs can be used in the halos?|
|04-28-2005 12:39 AM|
just another guy
i got my set on ebay for 200.....yes, they are wired different, switched the brights and regular. this is cause they are wired for the euro people...or so im told.
|04-27-2005 11:56 PM|
|ponyhustler||James I'm in! I want the chrome halos for my 2000 SE! How many more people are needed for the list? Well, just let me know when to send the $$$.|
|04-27-2005 04:04 PM|
Well I was way off in my assumption. If you choose to paint then the quality is entirely up to you. This is obviously different than when the plastic is formed and colored (black or chrome). It is more of a choice to whom is doing the work. Which one is better, up to the buyer but there is more chance for error in coloring it yourself than just buying the standard options. You could always take it to a paint shop to have it done but that is more $$$.
I would also give the both set types the same strength rating. Maybe a little more to the non-paintable but they both would have to withstand impact from rocks and such to be safe.
Yes all projectors come with a standard watt bulb set.
Thanks for the space,
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