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Old 03-02-2008, 08:26 PM   #1
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Unique Coatings Now Carries HID Kits!

Unique Coatings & Automotive Lighting Specialties is now carrying HID Xenon conversion kits. The kits are manufactured by Oracle and carry a LIFETIME WARRANTY on all components including bulbs. Thats right, even the bulbs are covered.


Improve Visibility, Light Output, Styling, and add Value to your Vehicle!
Oracle HID kits are the highest quality TRUE Xenon Conversion available. Oracle developed the kits with strict standards and with the latest technology available including NEW slim fully DIGITAL ballasts and “plug and play” wiring harness. The new ORACLE Xenon Conversion Kits are so rugged that the Ballasts and Wiring can be completely submerged in water and continue to operate without failing! The new technology is so effective that Oracle stands by a LIFETIME Warranty on this product.

The new “plug and play” wiring makes this installation as simple as changing your headlight bulbs and simply plugging in the Xenon Light Computers. A relay harness is also included to run the system on a separate system if you wish to install the system that way

Available in color temperatures from 3000K to 12,000K (please specify below)

CONTENTS:
- (2) ORACLE 9006 Xenon Bulbs
- (2) Digital Xenon HID Ballasts
- Plug and Play Wiring Harness
- Written Instructions and Diagram
- Brackets, Extra Fuses, Connectors Etc.
- Metal Alloy Carrying Case

LIFETIME WARRANTY!


For FF.com members, I am offering kits at an intro price to the first 3 kits sold.

The first three kits will be sold for $250.00 (retail of $300.00)

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I might be interested.
Do you have an H1 kit available in 6000k?
Also, if the bulbs burn out I get new ones for free?
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I might be interested.
Do you have an H1 kit available in 6000k?
Also, if the bulbs burn out I get new ones for free?
Yes - i carry the H1 in a 6000k bulb. And if the bulb for any reason would ever burn out, yes, it is covered, and you would get a free one. The only thing not covered is accidental breakage. Also, you may be required to provide a picture or send the bulb or ballast, or whatever else, in for inspection. I have not had that happen yet, but it may be required.

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i might be interested for my gf's car, but i don't really know much about this. what would be the difference between these and the kits that i see that are in the $120-150 range? aside from the warranty
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i might be interested for my gf's car, but i don't really know much about this. what would be the difference between these and the kits that i see that are in the $120-150 range? aside from the warranty
Main thing. . .quality.

A lot of the low end kits use cheap ballasts and bulbs, and sometimes wiring with poor connections and bad soldering/crimping.

Basically, you get what you pay for when it comes to HID kits.

You can buy a cheap kit and have it go out in a short amount of time, and have to buy another set, or you can do it right the first time, and have peace of mind that your car wont have any electrical shorts, or leave you without headlights on a dark stretch of road. That is the main difference, but, with me, you also know who you're buying from and have great customer service.
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thanks.. i have to see if we can afford this next paycheck
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So something like this is for retro-fitting an existing light housing (either OEM or eBay Mach-a-likes, BMW halo-esque, etc., etc.)?

So, for about $500 (assuming I bought some ebay Mac-a-likes and installed this kit therein), I could have something as good as or better than the Ford HIDs?
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ok, so i need the brightest lights possible for my girlfriends car. she really doesn't see well at night and i worry about her driving home from school at night..
i think i'm getting her this for her birthday this month..
what color temps are the brightest/best to see with?
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the best color temperature will be the 6,000k set. It will give you a bright arctic white color. here is an example of my kits running from a customers G6:

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So something like this is for retro-fitting an existing light housing (either OEM or eBay Mach-a-likes, BMW halo-esque, etc., etc.)?

So, for about $500 (assuming I bought some ebay Mac-a-likes and installed this kit therein), I could have something as good as or better than the Ford HIDs?
This is just for the HID Xenon Conversion Kits. The kit just includes bulbs and ballasts (and wiring/hardware).

This is not a retrofit, which would take projectors from another vehicle and graft them into your stock lenses. I can do this, but cost ranges from 500 to 1400 dollars, depending on how fancy you want to get.
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