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Old 07-14-2011, 09:15 PM
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Question Quad Headlights --> 2 HID Conversion Kit on each lamp?

Dear All,

I'm new here to the forum, and I've searched all over the place and couldn't reach a solid solution.

I just received my new Quad Cab Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie.

I am still exploring the various features and capabilities of the car, but the main thing that is annoying me is that the lights aren't Xenon (HID).

I thought of buying one of the HID conversion kits, but as my headlamps are the Quad version, as far as what i understood from this site, they suggest that I install the HID conversion kit on the low beam, and install high end Nokya bulbs for the high beam.

But from some of the videos that I saw on Youtube regards the Nokya lights, they also need some time to warm up to fully light.

Are there any other better alternatives?

I am not an experienced person in electrical car components, but i thought of buying 2 Bi-Xenon HID conversion kits for each headlamp (4 conversion kits in total), and do some re-wiring so that when I switch on the low lights, both the low & high projector turn on the regular HID light at the same time (as if it's one projector), and when I switch on the high beam, both projectors (low & high) of each lamp switch to high and vice versa.

I just wanted to know, is this possible, or not.

Thanks a lot for the support in advance.

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I have used PIAA, CATZ, and MTEC bulbs since 2003 and never had any issues with any....HID kits have been discussed extensively this week, a quick search should show you threads.
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