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Old 05-06-2006, 12:32 PM   #1
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Default [B]Kaixen HID Kits Ė Donít settle for less, install only the best![/B]

***********Hi Guys,

I have KAIXEN HID Kits available for NASIOC members at a great new lower price. These are one of the highest quality HID light kits you can buy, with one of the lowest defect rates in the industry.


Many of you already know me already from the Vendor Group Buy section.

Partial bulb list:
WRX '02 ~ '03 = 9007 bulbs
WRX '04 ~ '05 = H1 bulbs
As proven by many members of NASIOC already, the results of the install is phenomenal with '04 and '05s. Cut off is excellent, and light output is amazing as well.
WRX '06, Legacy = H7 bulbs
These cars already come with projector lens, so you will get a very night cut-off line effect. Your cars are designed for HID's in fact.
WRX '07 = H& bulbs.





There's really no comparision when it comes to quality.
Keep in mind guys, not all HID's are made with the same quality.
Not all cars are made of the same quality or even electronics..
and HID's are no exception.

You bought a high quality car, why put in a cheap quality component and lower the value of your car - nevermind the headaches you will get from it with failed components, bad wire connections, faulty ballasts, and color fading bulbs.

Kaixen HID kits are tried, tested, and true since January 2006 by your fellow NASIOC members.

Here are some actual pictures posted by NASIOC members:










Price:
$279 Shipped to anywhere in the U.S. & $299 Shipped to Canada (for single beam kits, in stock and special orders).

Full Replacement 1-year Warranty! Guaranteed thru Kaixen and AutoDoodad.com.

* yes these are true plug and play kits, easy installation.


Replacement bulb sets for Kaixen kits are available for $89 with free shipping within the US.

Send me a PM on this forum or send an email mentioning the NASIOC forum to sales@autodoodad.com

Colors:
4000K = Crystal yellow add $20 for coating
5000K = Pure white color (close to OEM).
6000K = Crystal white with tint of blue.
6500K = Crystal white with tint of purple.
8500K = Crystal blue (very blue, has least visibility).

Payments thru www.GoogleCheckout.com :
Google Checkout payment to: sales@AutoDoodad.com

Delivery: Please confirm with me first about the availability, in-stock items should be delivered to you in about 2-3 business days via USPS Priority Mail.
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Old 05-06-2006, 12:39 PM   #2
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bump for my EDM pictures being used
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Old 05-06-2006, 04:12 PM   #3
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Those pictures look familiar...haha. Very satisfied with the entire kit and light output.
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Old 05-06-2006, 05:07 PM   #4
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how does these work for 02 jdm non-hid projectors. im interested in a set of 6000k
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Old 05-06-2006, 05:48 PM   #5
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how does these work for 02 jdm non-hid projectors. im interested in a set of 6000k
also interested on non-hid jdm projectors.... but i want the 5000k...
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Old 05-06-2006, 06:38 PM   #6
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same thing here but in 6500k
they work, few sets were sold to jdm projector owners, same concept as in the pic above..(the edms)i think the only physical mod you have to do is make a hole on the outside of the back cover for the wires......we spoke several times via Pm and in your other post...accept credit cards??
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Old 05-07-2006, 01:31 PM   #7
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Any chance of an H9?

(not for a Subaru)
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Old 05-08-2006, 12:35 AM   #8
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02-03 jdm headlight is h1 correct?
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Old 05-08-2006, 10:07 AM   #9
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correct with the h1 for jdm projectors
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Old 05-08-2006, 04:02 PM   #10
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same thing here but in 6500k
they work, few sets were sold to jdm projector owners, same concept as in the pic above..(the edms)i think the only physical mod you have to do is make a hole on the outside of the back cover for the wires......we spoke several times via Pm and in your other post...accept credit cards??
What's the bulb applicatino size for JDM projectors again?
It's best if you can tell me exactly what size your car takes (so many differnet variations depending on aftermarket or stock, and what year..model..etc).

And yes, CC is fine. You can just email me or call me for that:
sales@autodoodad.com, 416.562.4191
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Old 05-08-2006, 04:03 PM   #11
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Any chance of an H9?

(not for a Subaru)
Yup! I got 3 of those in stock as well.
Actually, H11 is H9.
The reason why it has different application number is because halogen H9 and H11 have different wattage. But since HID uses 35 watts - no matter what bulb application, its same. H9 and H11 base and bulb size is identical.

I have 6000K.
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Old 05-08-2006, 07:29 PM   #12
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I have a 05 RS and I've been thinking about these to go with my ion yellow JDM fogs. I was just wondering what you guys do about the DRL? Disable them or is there an alternative?

Thanks
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Old 05-09-2006, 06:35 PM   #13
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I have a 05 RS and I've been thinking about these to go with my ion yellow JDM fogs. I was just wondering what you guys do about the DRL? Disable them or is there an alternative?

Thanks
Didnt realize the RS (or subaru in general) got the DRL wanring light.
No one has told me about this so far.

We do have a thing called "cancellor" system which is an add-on to the HID kit which cancels out the DRL warning light. The add-on is $35 plus shipping.
But if you get a kit, of course shipping is included with the kit.
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Old 05-09-2006, 09:05 PM   #14
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Well I believe it is because I bought my car in Canada so DRL is standard. I read some where you are located in Toronto, where exactly?

Thanks.
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Old 05-10-2006, 08:49 AM   #15
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guys runnin hid's do u run it with the DRL or cancel them? just wonderin
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Old 05-10-2006, 10:07 AM   #16
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So with your kit for the 02 WRX's you would only have a low beam setting?
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Old 05-10-2006, 11:01 AM   #17
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Do you have any pictures of what it takes to install them on an 05 wrx? Meaning the wiring INSIDE the headlight housing. Is it hard to do? I am by no means an electrical genius. VERY interested in a kit.
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Old 05-10-2006, 11:29 AM   #18
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So with your kit for the 02 WRX's you would only have a low beam setting?
I'm curious about this as well for my 04....are the HIDs only low beam and then when you turn on the high beam its back to the standard bulb?

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Well I believe it is because I bought my car in Canada so DRL is standard. I read some where you are located in Toronto, where exactly?

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Downtown Toronto.
Bay area.
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Old 05-10-2006, 12:07 PM   #20
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guys runnin hid's do u run it with the DRL or cancel them? just wonderin
Many OEM HID equipped cars run HID for DRL.
Some however, have seperate LED or halogen bulb for the DRL, and some (like AUDI) use the foglights as DRL.

Some - most of the Mazda 3 g uys rewire their DRL to their foglights as wwell)
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Old 05-10-2006, 12:08 PM   #21
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Do you have any pictures of what it takes to install them on an 05 wrx? Meaning the wiring INSIDE the headlight housing. Is it hard to do? I am by no means an electrical genius. VERY interested in a kit.
Hmmm.. I dont have that. I'm hoping that someone who installs it on their car would take step by step pictures of it.

Install is very simple. Theres no wiring splicing or soldering involved. Just plug and play. The hardest part is to get the wires out of the headlights and finding a secure spot for your ballasts.
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Old 05-10-2006, 12:09 PM   #22
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I'm curious about this as well for my 04....are the HIDs only low beam and then when you turn on the high beam its back to the standard bulb?

Thanks
For '04 and '05 (and even ' 06), you have seperate low beam and high beam bulbs.

Since you dont use high beams often, its a waste if you put HID's in the high beam.s So you should only get low beam HIDs for your car.

You just replace the low beam bulbs witht he HID. When you turn on the high beam, nothing is changed.. your regular high beam halogen bulb will flash.
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Old 05-10-2006, 01:24 PM   #23
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What about the high beams on the 02's? Are they HID as well, or just low beam only?
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Hmmm.. I dont have that. I'm hoping that someone who installs it on their car would take step by step pictures of it.

Install is very simple. Theres no wiring splicing or soldering involved. Just plug and play. The hardest part is to get the wires out of the headlights and finding a secure spot for your ballasts.
So what do you mean by getting the wires out of the headlights? Sorry, I just want to make sure I wont screw something up when I try to install them.
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Old 05-10-2006, 03:20 PM   #25
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So what do you mean by getting the wires out of the headlights? Sorry, I just want to make sure I wont screw something up when I try to install them.
You have to drill a hole in the back of the black plastic over. Basically just drill like a hole big enough to insert the hid bulb. The kit comes with a rubber piece to seal up the hole after you insert the bulb through.
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