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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-10-2009, 01:48 PM Thread Starter
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VVME HID LIGHTS

Has anyone purchased the VVME.COM 50/55 watt HID kit instead of the standard kit ?

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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

Well I guess these HIDS are to new for this request !!!!!!! I'll just wait maybe somebody has purchased it !!!!

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Led lites in place of OEM reflectors
JBL MBB 319 stereo
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Zumo 450
Ram Mount cup holder
Driving lits
GONE TO THE DARKSIDE AND LOVE IT
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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

Well, you could wait longer than 8 hours. :P

This board seems to be more active on weekday evenings than 1pm-9pm on a Saturday.

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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

I was thinking of buying one.

Price difference is not that much but gives a lot more light out.

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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

Okay, I've "researched" these about as much as I'm willing to... Retards-R-Us and crew have commented regarding the lack of relays in all but the bi-Xenon kits, but just ignore them. They really have no clue about what they are talking about, and it's just a waste and heap of frustration to even reference it. HID lights don't need "way more amps" to power the ballasts than conventional vehicular lighting systems.

Now, what you should be aware of is that these seem to be one of the systems from the "Orient" (China, Korea, Indonesia, etc...) and may, again I say MAY, have ballasts that use poor quality components. Many such systems have reputedly been prone to premature failure of ballasts and bulbs (which may again be attributed to poor quality ballasts which do not properly regulate the AC current/Voltage ratio). The general consensus seems to stick with systems that utilize the German or American made ballasts and bulbs for the most reliability. The "Chinese" systems are cheaper, but like scooters, steel, and most electronics bearing the "Made in China" seal of approval, "cheaper" seems to be synonymous with "Cheap".

That's about all I can offer. May be a great system, but they're fighting a bad history of bad products that has seriously marred the reputation of most "Chinese" products. That said, they already have a leg up on the competition with their customer service and support. Lots of good reviews regarding that, so far.
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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

Thanks for your thoughts,Iagree with you ....DOC

06 650 Exec W/ FLAMES
Led lites in place of OEM reflectors
JBL MBB 319 stereo
Backoff Brake light lic frame
Zumo 450
Ram Mount cup holder
Driving lits
GONE TO THE DARKSIDE AND LOVE IT
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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

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Okay, I've "researched" these about as much as I'm willing to... Retards-R-Us and crew have commented regarding the lack of relays in all but the bi-Xenon kits, but just ignore them. They really have no clue about what they are talking about, and it's just a waste and heap of frustration to even reference it. HID lights don't need "way more amps" to power the ballasts than conventional vehicular lighting systems.

Now, what you should be aware of is that these seem to be one of the systems from the "Orient" (China, Korea, Indonesia, etc...) and may, again I say MAY, have ballasts that use poor quality components. Many such systems have reputedly been prone to premature failure of ballasts and bulbs (which may again be attributed to poor quality ballasts which do not properly regulate the AC current/Voltage ratio). The general consensus seems to stick with systems that utilize the German or American made ballasts and bulbs for the most reliability. The "Chinese" systems are cheaper, but like scooters, steel, and most electronics bearing the "Made in China" seal of approval, "cheaper" seems to be synonymous with "Cheap".

That's about all I can offer. May be a great system, but they're fighting a bad history of bad products that has seriously marred the reputation of most "Chinese" products. That said, they already have a leg up on the competition with their customer service and support. Lots of good reviews regarding that, so far.
That is why I went with DDM Tuning ( https://www.ddmtuning.com/index.php?pcs ... nt=61&pg=1 ).
All DDM HID kits come standard with a FREE lifetime warranty. This is an important consideration. Many retailers charge extra for this. Also, Apexcone has been in business since 2001. So you can be assured that we will be there for service if you ever need it.

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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

which kit and or harness' did you buy ??????

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JBL MBB 319 stereo
Backoff Brake light lic frame
Zumo 450
Ram Mount cup holder
Driving lits
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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

DDM 35W & 55W Dual Motorcycle HID System http://www.ddmtuning.com/index.php?p=pr ... &parent=61 35W ... the 55W was not available two years ago though I know several that have since purchased the 55W. I have a Honda SilverWing ... so now my low-beam and high-beam are both HIDs.

In that time frame the wire harness came with the HIDs .... though I did not not use the harness provided because I used power distribution and grounding blocks for additional power usages.

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Re: VVME HID LIGHTS

Has anyone purchased the VVME.COM 50/55 watt HID kit ... anybody, anybody, bueller, bueller ?????

06 650 Exec W/ FLAMES
Led lites in place of OEM reflectors
JBL MBB 319 stereo
Backoff Brake light lic frame
Zumo 450
Ram Mount cup holder
Driving lits
GONE TO THE DARKSIDE AND LOVE IT
55 watt HID Bi-Xenon Headlights
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