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I'll be sure to get Peter's pics up, and then after my install get my pics up for comparisson too.
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cool cool, i will be waiting. You gonna have a bright ass G35. 2 sets of HIDs running. that's insane lol.

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Now you can compare for yourselves.

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woooo, it looks blue! Is it cause of your camra? the stock seems to be more white than what it really is. But very nice job. looks super! Give a pat on the back for urself.

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With all the HIDs, do they kill the turn signal? I have hyper white front turn signals, and I'm just afraid that if I get HIDs, they'll be so bright, that oncoming cars won't be able to see my turn signals.

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The HID's look really blue only because they had just been turned on and had not had the chance to warm up. I assure you they look OEM in color and beam pattern. I was very impressed. The projector housings do allow them to mount perfectly with no adjustment.

I doubt that the HID's will infringe on your hyper white turn signals. These are not landing strip lights and do not completely blind oncomign traffic, only enough blinding to let them know you have HID's.:P
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Peter u SUCK!!!! Just wanted to say that.......hehehe

Good u guys know how to do this, so when I buy the 6 you guys can install the hids for me!!!! whoo hooo
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ah! you guys took a startup pic. I c! Almost got me!

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* * * * * * Another thing, make sure that you upgraded your fuse for the low beams. I am not sure if our car has two sperate fuses for L and R. If it's just one fuse for both L and R then you would need to upgrade ur fuse to 30amp other wise your ballast will get killed very quick and it will not qualify for replacement. I am currently making my own wire harness so the kit will run off the battery and only use the stock wire as an turn on singal. I will post detail later after i am done.[/b]
so if i bought the mccollough (sp) kit from u a while back i need a harness?
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it's not needed but i would recommend you to do so. i just made one myself and works great

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