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Qube
12-19-2009, 07:36 PM
Though a strict agreement, HID Canada is proud to offer a full Philips HID conversion kit! For the discerning individual, only a Genuine Philips kit will do.


NOTE: These kits cannot be sold to residents of the United States or Europe.


These are not “Philips patent” kits that others sell. “Philips patent” items are ones where third party manufacturers use Philips patents to produce their own HID components. HID Canada is offering a Genuine Philips HID kit system. Be wary of the difference when shopping for these as many unscrupulous individuals and companies intentionally mislead by blurring the distinctions. Fortunately, most come in suspect packaging or completely unbranded packaging marked “Philips patent license”.



http://hidcanada.com/images/hidc-philips.jpg



SHIPPING IS FREE FOR THIS OFFER


Philips Kit Contents:

2 x Philips XenDrive XLD ballasts (Philips boxed)
2 x Philips HID bulbs (Philips boxed)
2 x Philips super white 194 halogen bulbs (Philips blister carded)
1 x Installation pack (mounting tape, self tapping screws, zip ties, installation guide)
1 x Bi-xenon wiring harness (only with H4 type bulb)
2 x Alternate bulb shield (only with H4 type bulb)


All parts are individually serialized and can be verified at the Philips website:
http://www.apr.lighting.philips.com/burner/



Bulbs are available in two color temperatures:

4200k – creamy white (maximum light output)
6000k – stark high contrast white


No other colors are available from Philips. Philips does not produce 4300k bulbs, only 4200k. Any others are third party produced or coated.



Bulbs are available in the following fitments:

H1, H3, H4 (bi-xenon), H7, H11, 9005, 9006


No other fitments are available from Philips. Any others are third party produced or rebased from one of the above.



HID Canada is offering these Philips kits as a Group Buy only. Individual sale is not available at this time.



SHIPPING IS FREE FOR THIS OFFER



Pricing:

H1, H3, H7, H11, 9005, 9006

4200k - $350
6000k - $370


H4 (bi-xenon)

4200k - $375
6000k - $385




Group Buy notes:

Group buy is for a total quantity of 10
If interest is high, we may opt to extend the group buy to 15 or 20, with a nominal discount to the price.
$10 deposit required to hold order
If the minimum required 10 units is not met by January 31, 2010, all deposits will be refunded in full




To be participate in the group by, please send an email to Sales@HIDCanada.com with the subject “PHILIPS GROUP BUY” for further instructions. Once your participation has been confirmed, this thread will be updated with your name and order. If there are any questions, do not hesitate to drop a line at Sales@HIDCanada.com.


Philips kits have a full Two Year Warranty from Philips through HID Canada. HID Canada warranty terms and conditions apply. See website for details.


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Qube
12-19-2009, 07:37 PM
More photographs. Notice that the bulb is not marked with "Philips patent" as others may be. Also notice that the bulbs and ballasts are separately packed in a Genuine Philips kit.


http://hidcanada.com/images/HIDC-Philips2.jpg


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BmW1819
12-19-2009, 07:58 PM
rsx??? or regular??

T.Dot_E30
12-19-2009, 08:03 PM
What's warrenty like?

Qube
12-19-2009, 08:03 PM
These are Philips so "regular". There are no cancelling features available. If low beam warning or low beam DRL is an issue, then an HIDC-C3 canceller is required.

Qube
12-19-2009, 08:04 PM
Two year warranty.

Qube
12-22-2009, 10:00 PM
+1 +2 +3

Nick_V
12-22-2009, 10:17 PM
If low beam warning or low beam DRL is an issue, then an HIDC-C3 canceller is required.

And how much does that run?

Qube
12-22-2009, 10:28 PM
The HIDC-C3 pair is $35. If it's part of this group buy, we'll throw a pair in where needed. Why not. :)

5style
12-23-2009, 08:57 AM
Can you repair the cords on these? I have a set and the igniter cord is messed up on one ballast.


Other then that, they are quite good

Qube
12-23-2009, 09:34 AM
If it's the input from the vehicle, you can do so carefully. If by "ignitor cord" you mean from the ballast out to the bulb, then I wouln't try as the startup voltage nears 23000v.

5style
12-23-2009, 10:08 AM
If it's the input from the vehicle, you can do so carefully. If by "ignitor cord" you mean from the ballast out to the bulb, then I wouln't try as the startup voltage nears 23000v.

Yeah that would be the cord. FUUU