January 3, 2012
Just wanted to share a few of these awesome pictures from a customer who installed an Xtreme HID kit in their Toyota Venza. The Venza uses H11 bulbs on the low beams meaning you will need an H11 HID kit. This customer went with 4300k for the color temperature to get the most light and OEM functionality (“Factory installed HID” look). The Venza is also equipped with factory projector headlights making it a perfect candidate for an HID kit.
“The lights have been fantastic! Still going strong and working flawlessly.” – John, Hawaii
Mahalo for sharing!
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.
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.
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 17, 2011
Just wanted to share a few pictures of our Xtreme HID kit installed in a Lexus GX470. This customer upgraded their HID kit with genuine 4300k Philips HID bulbs to gain the most light output. The Lexus GX470 also uses projector headlights which makes it a perfect candidate for an HID conversion kit. The 4300k HID kit will provide you with 2-3 times more light output than stock. Once you drive a vehicle equipped with HID’s you will never want to go back to halogen again!
July 27, 2011
Below are some recent pics we received from a customer (Thanks Phill!)that installed our Xtreme HID Kit in their Can-AM Spyder. For those of you with the Can-AM Spyder GS/RS looking to upgrade to HID you will need an H7 HID Kit for the lows and those with an RT/RTS Spyder will need a 9005 for the low beams and high beams. Also, if you want to upgrade the Fogs to HID you will need an H11 HID kit.
This customer went with 4300k for the color temperature for the brightest and whitest light output.
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December 3, 2010
Since its release in 2009, the GMC Terrain has been a big hit in the automotive community. But if there’s one complaint we have heard from Terrain owners it’s definitely the poor light output during night time driving. This is why so many of our customer have been installing an HID Conversion Kit! With factory installed Projector headlights, the GMC Terrain is the perfect candidate for an HID Conversion kit. You will get a very crisp, sharp beam pattern that will provide you with 2-3 times more light output over stock halogen bulbs.
The Terrain uses H11 bulbs on the low beams meaning you will need to get an H11 HID Conversion kit. The Terrain will also require Capacitors for the low beams which are included with your order if you are a member of the Equinox/Terrain Forum and use a coupon code.
Below are a few pics from one of our customers. They installed a 6500k Xtreme HID Conversion Kit in their GMC Terrain. Check out the Complete GMC Terrain HID HID Kit installation.