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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-26-2008, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
 
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HID Installation

I got some Xenon HID's (6000k) and I thought I was installing them properly but I can't get them to work. I took some pictures of how they were installed. Did I do something wrong or are the lights messed up? It looked pretty easy, basically just plug all the cords into each other and then the 3 prong plug into where the existing light was plugged in on the Teryx.


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Hey Andy did you get if fixed? I was curious how the light output was.

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Hey Andy did you get if fixed? I was curious how the light output was.
I can tell you that its the best upgrade you can do... We sell the 6000K HI/Low Kits and so far everybody has been pleased with the upgrade. I will try to post some pics later this week.
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I haven't gotten around to getting them in. I've still got to call and find out how to install them.


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Hi/Lo is the way to to go. The toughest part is mounting your ballasts.
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HID lighting

I have this HID upgrade kit installed on my Teryx. They are worth every penny. I installed a 1/2" thick piece of plastic across the frame just behind the top of the radiator. Then mounted the ballasts on top of the plastic. System works perfect!! However, I have also added 4 ea 4" Baja Design HID lights and I had to run those directly to the battery because the ignition system would not allow all the lights to light off. I have also upgraded my battery to the odessy 1200 to handle the system. This setup is very bright and you can see killer. Not possible to outrun the lights.
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Hi/Lo is the way to to go. The toughest part is mounting your ballasts.
We build a plate to house the Ballast (Slim) just behind the radiator, clean install.

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Yea, this is a very clean and stable installation. works perfect!!
I will call you on Friday to talk about your pipe set up.
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Yea, this is a very clean and stable installation. works perfect!!
I will call you on Friday to talk about your pipe set up.
No problem...
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