October 26, 2011
Here are some recent pictures a customer sent us of his 2011 Honda Fit with an Xtreme HID Kit installed in his H11 fog lights.
The customer upgraded their fog lights with a 3000k Yellow HID Kit. The intent of having yellow fog lights is to improve vision by removing shorter, blue wave lengths from the projected light. Aside from being functional, yellow fog lights actually look great! They offer a nice contrast when compared to your low beam headlights. Upgrading to a 3000K Xtreme HID Kit will also give your car, truck, or SUV a distinct look.
October 5, 2011
Check out these awesome pics of our HID kit installed in a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8. This customer went with 6000k for his 9006 headlights and 6000k for his H10 fog lights.
For those interested in upgrading their lighting, the Volt HID kit is available in 3000k, 4300k, 6000k and 8000k color temperatures. 6000k will provide bright white output and will have a blue tone to it. I’ts a good balance of usable light output and color.
September 26, 2011
Check out these great pics of our Xtreme HID kit installed in a pair of 2010 Honda Civics. Both Civics went with 5000k for the headlights which offers a nice balance of color and usable light output.
The Xtreme HID Kit is available in 3000k, 4300k, 5000k, 6500k and 8000k color temperatures.
September 15, 2011
Check out these latest pictures from one of our customers who installed an Xtreme HID kit in his 2010 Toyota Corolla S. The Corolla uses 9006 bulbs for the Low Beam meaning that a 9006 HID kit was installed. This customer went with 4300k color temperature for the brightest possible light output.
The customer also purchased a pair of WeatherTech Window Visors for the front and back windows. WeatherTech Visors and Deflectors are crafted in Germany and are made out of the high quality 3mm lightly-tinted acrylic material. Make sure to also check out WeatherTech Sunroof Deflectors and WeatherTech Stone Deflectors!
Here’s the unbiased review from the customer:
It all started about two months ago when I called XenonDepot and spoke to Steve. I was initially going to buy a set of DDM HIDs but read on here that some members were having issues with their kits. I drilled Steve with questions (Sorry Steve lol) about his products versus the competitors that have been discussed here and he gave me the rundown between them. With the quality and customer service that Steve provided, I chose to select one of their HID kits. Don’t get me wrong, he didn’t bash any other companies but just told me what his offered and answered my questions completely.
Then came another decision lol…..which kit do I go with? I called him back a week later to ask about the Volt and Xtreme kits. The main difference is the relay harness that the Xtreme comes with, which I knew, but I wanted to know the feedback about the Volt. He told me that many customers get the Volt kit since its a little less expensive and have been very happy. I was curious about the longevity and running a kit on our cars without a relay harness. Every car that I had prior to my Corolla, I have ran a relay, whether it came with the kit or I made it myself.
In the end, I bought the Xtreme kit just because I wanted that peace of mind with a harness. It is a little more expensive, but “you gotta pay to play” right? SO anyways, I just installed it and happy with my decision. I got the 4300k Xtreme kit and WeatherTech Window Visors.
Thank you Steve for all your help and sorry if I was a pest. Customer service is top notch, don’t stray away from that. One major reason why I chose XenonDepot.
September 12, 2011
Check out these great pics of our Volt HID kit installed in a 2008 Lexus IS250. This customer went with 6000k which is a nice balance of color and usable light output.
The Volt HID kit is available in 3000k, 4300k, 6000k and 8000k color temperatures. 6000k will provide bright white output and will have a blue tone to it.
August 30, 2011
Check out these great pics of our Xtreme HID kit installed in a 2007 Toyota Camry. This customer went with 6500k which is a nice balance of color and usable light output.
The Xtreme HID kit is backed by a 3 year warranty and will come with a relay harness allowing you to power the ballasts right from your battery. The 2007 Camry uses an H11 bulb on the low beams meaning you will need an H11 HID kit.
August 8, 2011
Here are some recent pictures a customer sent us of his Honda Civic with an Xtreme HID Kit installed. The 8th generation Civic uses a 9006 bulb for the low beams meaning you will need a 9006 HID Kit. The vehicle also has Acura TSX HID Projectors Lenses installed which gives the HID kit a very sharp, defined cut off. Looks awesome!