-----------Visitor Q said:I know a bunch of people that rock HIDS on their 600RR's but the one guy I knew who swapped them out to projectors ended up actually melting the plastic on the light!
I'm not doubting you but the e-Moto site makes it sound like a plug-n-play operation and about $420 for the 6000k system, $380 for the 4100k.SHIFT-TECH said:We installed a set of 12000's for low and high beam, modifications to the back of the headlight is requiered since the bolts are longer. Everything together did run apx. $ 480.00 and takes apx. 4-6 hours to do it right. Not something I would suggest to do without plenty of knowlage and the right tools. I would not even dream of doing it by mysleve.
Ten-6 said:I'm not doubting you but the e-Moto site makes it sound like a plug-n-play operation and about $420 for the 6000k system, $380 for the 4100k.
Hey Colorob,colorob said:FYI guys - as per Charliep's advice I have purchased the 6000k 2 bulb/ballast kit from the e-bay vendor - http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/H11-AUTO-HID-XENON-CONVERSION-KIT-6000K-Free-Shipping_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ36476QQihZ003QQitemZ130096175827QQtcZphoto
I'll let you know how it turns out.
10000k gives more of a purple color but less light output. If you want to maximize the brightness go with a 4100k. I used 6000k, its right in the middle in brightness and gives a bluish colorsmeelge said:Hey Colorob,
I need to understand something, what made you choose the 6000k as say for example the 10000K?