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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-18-2009, 11:43 AM
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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

Motorcycle Consumer News did an article on the Bi-Xinon kit in Aug or Jul. Rated it very high, for performance, and easy of installation. I will be installing a pair this winter. Also saw a b400 at the Mid-Atlantic Scooter Rally in Sept. light wae very powerful and white, owner,Techartguy, really likes the, said improvement over stock was dramatic...

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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

Thanks guys I bought the 55 watt kit !!!!!

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Dang, it's about time you quit dragging your feet

Let us know how you like the 55 watt kit when you get it installed

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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

Sure thang !!!!!!!!!!

06 650 Exec W/ FLAMES
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JBL MBB 319 stereo
Backoff Brake light lic frame
Zumo 450
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GONE TO THE DARKSIDE AND LOVE IT
55 watt HID Bi-Xenon Headlights
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Don't buy your stuff from VVME.


My HID-lights didn't work and I wanted warranty exchange or my money back. The guy from the customer care was not willingly to give me their address so I could send the lights back and I also did not get any money refund.


Keep off this store!!!!
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Well its been two months Doc-whats the verdict?

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not VVME but theses from Innovited. Ask for the motorcycle harness and they will give it to you free of charge. Customer service is excellent with this guys based in Chicago or somewhere in Illinois.
Amazon.com: Innovited AC 55W HID Xenon Conversion Kit With "Slim" ballast - H4-3 9003 - 6000K Bi xenon HI/LO HID - 2 Bulbs & 2 Ballasts: Automotive Amazon.com: Innovited AC 55W HID Xenon Conversion Kit With "Slim" ballast - H4-3 9003 - 6000K Bi xenon HI/LO HID - 2 Bulbs & 2 Ballasts: Automotive

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May I ask what is the preference for HID? as opposed to LED?

I see the ddm tuning has the H4 LED
http://ddmtuning.com/Products/Saber-40W-H4HL-LED-PR-W

And amazon has something like this:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LCE19PW?psc=1

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What's the big deal about all these LED and HID Lights? My stock headlights on my 400 and on my 650 are just fine. I do most of my riding at night, and I can see the road light up in front of my just fine. I see no need to improve the lighting.

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