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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-25-2012, 05:35 AM Thread Starter
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are retro solutions hid kits worth the money

Im calling out to all you guys that have had other hid kits in the past and switched to the retro solutions kit. is there really much difference in the light... how much better does it hold up than the kits you find on ebay... has anyone had any problems with them and so on
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Re: are retro solutions hid kits worth the money

anyone...
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I've got a set of there 6k digital brand and I absolutely love them. They are super bright and far superior to halogen bulbs. Worth the money for a good kit. Even comes in a nice case


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Re: are retro solutions hid kits worth the money

had a set in my dodge and they were ok. not directly plug and play. Morimoto imho was better.
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Mine were all plug and play other than grounding a couple wires, hooking one to the battery, and then mounting the ballast


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Think I got bad harness. Few wires were crossed up and had to swap. No biggie but if u don't know ud be sol


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Re: are retro solutions hid kits worth the money

Yea that would definetly make a difference

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Re: are retro solutions hid kits worth the money

well i bought them and if anybody was wondering what i was they are definitely worth the extra money i will never buy a knock off hid brand again
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