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Old 05-23-2011, 06:19 PM
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1) Hi. I have a 2007 Ram with 9008 (H13) bulbs so both high and low are in the same bulb. What options would I have for HID lighting if I wanted both true HID low and HIGH beam on my truck.

I'm not really willing to get HID low beam if I lose my high beam or if I can't get HID high beam as well.

Also interested in a price.

Thanks!
I do have a bi-xenon HID kit for your truck so you will have the high and low beams HID!

This kit is a little more expensive; $229.

Please feel free to send me your Pay Pal email address or give me a call at (800) 407-5776 and I will gladly assist you with your purchase.

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Hi Jonathan,

Called yesterday but you were on the phone. Left message with my phone number with Jaime at AAC.

I would like to know how your kit prevents flicker and "lamp out" issues.

Do you have other members on the forum you know that have purchased and liked your bi-xenon HID kit?

It is a 35w or 50w kit and how much difference is there in the brightness of the low and high HID lights?

Is the kit from oracle with the lifetime warranty? Can you give me a link to the kit so I can see on your Web site?

I'm not too crazy about needing brighter low beams, but I would love a set of blazing bright HID high beams.

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Hi Jonathan,

Called yesterday but you were on the phone. Left message with my phone number with Jaime at AAC.

I would like to know how your kit prevents flicker and "lamp out" issues.

Do you have other members on the forum you know that have purchased and liked your bi-xenon HID kit?

It is a 35w or 50w kit and how much difference is there in the brightness of the low and high HID lights?

Is the kit from oracle with the lifetime warranty? Can you give me a link to the kit so I can see on your Web site?

I'm not too crazy about needing brighter low beams, but I would love a set of blazing bright HID high beams.

Thanks,

Mark
X2 I am interested in a set.
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Old 06-02-2011, 11:00 AM
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Hi Jonathan,

Called yesterday but you were on the phone. Left message with my phone number with Jaime at AAC.

I would like to know how your kit prevents flicker and "lamp out" issues.

Do you have other members on the forum you know that have purchased and liked your bi-xenon HID kit?

It is a 35w or 50w kit and how much difference is there in the brightness of the low and high HID lights?

Is the kit from oracle with the lifetime warranty? Can you give me a link to the kit so I can see on your Web site?

I'm not too crazy about needing brighter low beams, but I would love a set of blazing bright HID high beams.

Thanks,

Mark
Mark,

The ballasts have built in rectifiers which will eliminate the cam-bus issues that the truck has with other HID kits.

A lot of Ram owners purchase the Bi-Xenon kits because they like having the high and low beams HID to produce more light. These kits do have a lifetime warranty on the HID kits and they can be found on our website here: http://www.automotivelightstore.com/...edproduct.aspx

The 50W kits are brighter than 35W but you will see a huge difference from stock to a 35W kit.
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I am interested in getting a kit for my 2011 ram. I will be installing Recon headlights into it which I believe changes it into a H1 bulb. Is it safe to assume there wont be any issues using these on the Recon projection headlights or would you advise against it?

I would also want to get a setup for my 06 Charger too. Would I have to call to place the order to get the discounted price on the kits or is there a promo code for me to enter?
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I am interested in getting a kit for my 2011 ram. I will be installing Recon headlights into it which I believe changes it into a H1 bulb. Is it safe to assume there wont be any issues using these on the Recon projection headlights or would you advise against it?

I would also want to get a setup for my 06 Charger too. Would I have to call to place the order to get the discounted price on the kits or is there a promo code for me to enter?
The "flicker-free" part of the kit is built into the ballasts so as long as you tell me that the HID kit is for the Ram I can get you set up with the correct kit.

Please feel free to send me your Pay Pal email address or give me a call at (800) 407-5776 and I will gladly assist you with your purchase.

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Hey Jonathan, My name is Milt.
I'm waiting for my 2012 2500 to be delivered (this week I hope). I want to upgrade my lows and fogs right away. Would appreaciate your input on a "better" setup either HID or projectors. These light upgrades are new to me so I don't have the terminology down pat yet.

I am a professional home remodeler and am comfortable working with electrical components. I want to install the new lights myself.

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Hey Jonathan, My name is Milt.
I'm waiting for my 2012 2500 to be delivered (this week I hope). I want to upgrade my lows and fogs right away. Would appreaciate your input on a "better" setup either HID or projectors. These light upgrades are new to me so I don't have the terminology down pat yet.

I am a professional home remodeler and am comfortable working with electrical components. I want to install the new lights myself.

Thanks in advance.
Milt,

Thank you for your interest in our products! We have a HID kit for the low beams and fog lights that will definitely brighten the road up for you.

Are you interested in getting the halos installed into your lights as well?

We do not sell the "projector headlights"; we sell the HID kits and halo kits that are installed to your factory housings.
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I do have a bi-xenon HID kit for your truck so you will have the high and low beams HID!

This kit is a little more expensive; $229.

Please feel free to send me your Pay Pal email address or give me a call at (800) 407-5776 and I will gladly assist you with your purchase.

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Im lookin to get the 9007 bi-xenon hid kit?... how much is dat?
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Im lookin to get the 9007 bi-xenon hid kit?... how much is dat?
The bi-xenon option is an additional $15
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