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Old 05-10-2011, 09:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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do the ebay kits come with everything needed to install?lookin for a 8000k hid for foglights.thanks
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most likely it wont come with a relay harness but i suggest you buying one!

MPX piaa Fog light kid = FTW


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Which ebay kits? There's so many, you need to post a link to what you're looking at.
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I'm doing the same thing. I ordered the 880 hid kid. But I also went with the relay. That I had to buy separate. The reason for the harness is from what I've read the fog lights have a stepped down voltage and when you fire the hids up there's only enough power to light one off. So when you use the relay way you have straight batterie power and both will light off. But mabe I'm lieing?
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I have had really good luck with DDM Tuning. they have inexpensive kits that work great and so far seem to last. I have had the 880 fogs in my 95 for 3 years now and have had no issues at all.

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Quote: Originally Posted by diznan88 View Post
I'm doing the same thing. I ordered the 880 hid kid. But I also went with the relay. That I had to buy separate. The reason for the harness is from what I've read the fog lights have a stepped down voltage and when you fire the hids up there's only enough power to light one off. So when you use the relay way you have straight batterie power and both will light off. But mabe I'm lieing?

That's basically what the relay does.

The ballast cranks a ton of juice through the harness to fire up the HIDs (running them actually requires less energy though) and that can fry your multi-function switch (MFS).

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I have had really good luck with DDM Tuning. they have inexpensive kits that work great and so far seem to last. I have had the 880 fogs in my 95 for 3 years now and have had no issues at all.

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As much as I'm not a huge fan of DDM and VVME, they at least are known on the forums and do have at least mediocre customer service. Who knows with eBay.
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im just tryin to get a something kinda cheap but i didnt kno what all is needed to install on our cars.does the kits come with 2 relays?
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You only need one. One harness will connect to both balest. When I get my stuff in I think I'll make a how to on this.




Edit: Ive had a set of xantec hids for my head lights and lasted for 3 years. And there 37 shipped!!!!!
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Ebay always has angel eye fogs which I do not want. I'd like a new set of fogs but don't want that angel eye bullshit.
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U can get oem style fogs. That's what I ended up buying.
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I have OEM fogs, but the light output is terrible in retrospect to my retrofits, so I never use them. I have contemplated either making covers for them or getting a decent set of aftermarket ones with good white light output.
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i have the stock foglights.i just wanna put hids in..so will these have everything i need and work with stock fogs
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Quote: Originally Posted by diznan88 View Post
Edit: Ive had a set of xantec hids for my head lights and lasted for 3 years. And there 37 shipped!!!!!


I've been through two Xentec kits and relay harnesses, all four were DOA. Even hooking them up directly, no worky. Thought maybe my MFS was dead, nope.

So I just left the f'n things in there until I get around taking them out. Complete waste of money for me.
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I've never had a problem with Xantec, either. My Greddy slim ballast went out after a year of use :x
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I use h4 hilo bulb with replay harness too, no any poblem. I also introduce hid kits with canbus to you.
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