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I have just received my stock 5 of each of the following color temperatures 4300K, 5300K, 6000K, and 8000K for H7 only.

Up for sale are 100% New McCulloch high quality HID conversion kits. Once again the kits come with a 1 year bulb and 1 year ballasts limited warranty on manufacturing defects.

McCulloch HID plug and play kits available in other bulb bases such as: H1, H3, H4, H7, H8/9/11, H10, H11, H12, H13, 9003, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007. 9008, D2R, D2S, D2C, D1R, D1S, D1C.



Specs:

Power consumption: 35watts
Voltage: 85V +/-17V
Luminous flux: 2800lm, 2550lm, 2300lm
Service Life: up to 3000hrs
Input Voltage: 9V-14V
Ignition voltage: 24kV Peak Max, 18kV Peak Min
Lamp Frequency: 450 Hz

Kits are shipped sameday or next business day of confirmed payment

I run a previous large HID classified on passatworld with many satisfied members http://www.passatworld.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=206619

Price and Terms.

All color temperatures are 255.00 USD shipped and 10.00 more for 3000K kits.

BI-XENON KITS for H4 using solenoid technology, do not use a halogen bulb (pictured) to give you high beam = $147.00 additional to the above price per kit for a total of 402.00.
Pictures of my Corrado HID installation for reference.

some members was asking me how hard is it to install and if I have them installed in my ride as well.

So let the pics speak for themselves as I have three kit. Yes 6 ballasts and 6 HID capsules installed in my project Corrado. If you want the stealth look it will take more time to install the ballasts away from sight.

installation of 4 ballasts first










checking for clearance






















three igniters per side




all that spaghetti going through this hole





individual fuses for each HID light


loomed the wires







































they are going into my euros.





HID foglight installation



















I took the opportunity to fired them up in the garage and take some pics with the lows, highs, and fogs lit against the garage door.

BTW i'm going to change the highs for lower color temperature















Looking for a cheap alternative? I can ask a few of my dealers if they have anything from displays, demo cars, upgrades, etc...
 
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