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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-19-2003, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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McCulloch or CATZ

I have the CATZ Zeta systme which is an inline voltage enhancer and I'M TIRED of changing halogen bulbs every other month :mad I've seen the CATZ HID kit in person on a friends car and love the color and quality. How are these McCullochs? I know they're less expensive. Also, where can I purchase the CATZ kit?
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Umm, you can't get the Catz kit anymore. Liteswap can tell you more specifics but I believe Catz was a US marketed kit so they were all pulled when the NHTSA decided to crack down. I saw a kit go on e-bay a month ago but if you're lucky to find one, you'll pay an arm and a leg. The few owners on here that have McCulloch kits are happy with them, but I've heard mixed things globally about their kits.
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Do a search on http://www.hidforum.com

that should yield TONS of answers ;)


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Reading Topic: McCulloch or CATZ

Thanks for the replies guys. Yeah, I figured CATZ were hard to come buy after the ban. Oh well, I may just save the money and buy the AutoEXE grill and the Injen intake.
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Some recent threads on McCulloch HID:

http://hidforum.com/forum/showthread.php?threadid=1781

http://hidforum.com/forum/showthread.php?s...s=&threadid=794

http://hidforum.com/forum/showthread.php?threadid=1381


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Reading Topic: McCulloch or CATZ

First off ALL HID kit's are bad


but if you must have one, and can't get access to OEM HID lamps them the best would be from

http://www.autolamps-online.com

http://www.hid-online.com

The ONLY GOOD lighting systems out there are those made in Germany
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