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RMPMOTORS 05-07-2006 10:07 PM

Hid Kit Group Buy At Rmp
 
Due to an increasing number of requests, RMP Motors is pleased to
present Maxbimmer members with a group buy on HID kits. For those of
you not yet aware of what H.I.D's are, here's a brief explanation:

"HID lamps do not have a filament. Instead the light is created by an
electrical discharge between two electrodes in an air tight tiny
quartz capsule filled with xenon gas, mercury and metal halide salts.
This improves durability as road vibrations can cause damage to coil
lighting technologies. These light sources also produce a blue-white
light that is safer because it is closer to natural daylight. The
color temperature can range from 4300 (white light) to well over
10000K (more blue in colour), compared to 2300 K for halogen. The
increased light output from a 35 watt XENON HID lamp is approximately
200% more light then a 55 watt halogen bulb. The XENON HID system will
also draw less power from your vehicles electrical system."


The kits are made by KLIGHT, a reputable company in H.I.D production.

The kits include:
-Installation Manual
-2 x HID bulbs
-2 x Ballasts
-2 x Ballast holders
-wiring to connect everything together.

The kits are available for cars using 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, H1, H3,
H4, H7, H8, H9, H10 or H11. The colour temperatures available are
300K, 5000K, 6000K, 8000K, 10000K and 12000K. (15000K and 30000K are
available, but are NOT advised, as the colour they produce is not
street legal.)


These kits are the perfect adittion to any car that didn't come with
them stock as lowbeams, or an addon as fogs for cars that came with
xenon HID's preinstalled.

The group buy price for these HID kits is 290$, cash, delivered to RMP
motors. Credit card payment is available, but is 300$, due to credit
card fees. Once we get 10 kits we the kits will be shipped, and should
be available for pickup from RMP within approximately a week.

We also can install the kits for an extra cost.

RMP motors
9 Nixon Road, Unit 5
Bolton, Ontario L7E 1G5
Tel: 905-951-0002

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kerisabe 05-07-2006 10:46 PM

Wow that is a great price Rocco. Im just wondering if u sell 9006 HID bulbs? And how much are they? I want the 6000K ones. Thanks

1BADBMR 05-08-2006 02:15 PM

Wow that is a great price. What kind of warrenty are we looking at?

RMKBMW 05-08-2006 05:25 PM

Could you post a picture?

Soldo 05-08-2006 05:39 PM

Interested, but would like to know as well what type of warrenty comes with these kit's!

30000k.... thats NUTS, any pictures?!

propr'one 05-08-2006 07:03 PM

Soldo, 30000K hid's look like this
http://img442.imageshack.us/img442/6985/30000k16ji.jpg

Its hard to see in the picture how purple they are, i've seen them in person at a carshow. Think underglow neon's black light-ish colour



RMKBMW: I have a set of these HID's, 6000K, that I had installed by RMP just the other day. I can take a picture of whatever you want. (box, ballasts, them on the car, or the car lighting up a street). please tell me what kind of picture you want

RMP will have to chime in themselves to confirm this, but my KLIGHT HID's came with a 1 year warranty on both bulbs and ballasts. I think all of KLIGHT's kits are the same for warranty.

For those of you considering what kelvin (colour) to get, personally I recommend either 4300, which is 100% pure white light, or 6000K, which has a tiny tint of blue. You can't actually see too much blue, but it has a nice tint to it (if you've ever seen TL's with HID's, i think those are like 5000-6000K in colour). 4300 kits are a little bit brighter (more light output), than the 6000K's, but both still make nighttime driving a breeze.

kerisabe 05-09-2006 10:46 AM

Imo,

stick with 6000K the most for safety. Cause when u go over 6000K like say 8000K, it'll be less light output, ull have trouble especially during rainy weather, snow. And, the 8000K looks like jdm blue halogen wannabe xenons. I think the 6000K looks great, got a lil bit of a blue tint on it from far, and it's still blue/white when u get close to it. The 4300K got a blue hue from far, but when u get close, it looks kindda white/yellowish. But it puts out the most light.

Mystikal 05-09-2006 07:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by propr'one
You can't actually see too much blue, but it has a nice tint to it (if you've ever seen TL's with HID's, i think those are like 5000-6000K in colour).

All OEM setups use 4300K, because it is the only one that makes sense.

Some look bluer because the projectors are longer. You are seeing dispersed light. No automaker would install 6000k stock, it just makes lighting worse and strains your eyes more for no real reason.

Axxe 05-09-2006 10:29 PM

I have two sets in 4300k, now all I need are Euro elips to run them in (H1 *shiner*)

ctgazer 05-09-2006 11:50 PM

hmm, ive got an e90 and am looking to match my fog's with my xenon's but i have no idea how bright they are originally...any help would be appreciated into what i need to convert my fogs..

Gamite 05-10-2006 01:09 AM

can you get just bulbs?

kerisabe 05-10-2006 11:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ctgazer
hmm, ive got an e90 and am looking to match my fog's with my xenon's but i have no idea how bright they are originally...any help would be appreciated into what i need to convert my fogs..

You can match your fogs by getting the HID kit for your foglights, the stock xenon color is 4300K. Im not too sure about the bulb connections on the E90s, in the E46s, they use 9006.

Mystikal 05-10-2006 06:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ctgazer
hmm, ive got an e90 and am looking to match my fog's with my xenon's but i have no idea how bright they are originally...any help would be appreciated into what i need to convert my fogs..

Find out the bulb size, order 4300k.

And the k figure represents colour temperature, not brightness. 4300k is the brightest anyways.

ctgazer 05-10-2006 10:44 PM

sweet...thanks guys for your input!!*par-t*

kerisabe 05-10-2006 11:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ctgazer
sweet...thanks guys for your input!!*par-t*

Actually just contact/PM Rocco @ RMP, he'll hook u up man, and answer all your question. *th-up*


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