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Just last night I installed some 6000K HIDs from this guy for $169 inc Canbus adapter. I have to say how impressed I am with the compact ballasts that fit discreetly inside the headlight waterproof cover. Ive had HIDs in every car ive ever owned and these and perhaps the best for that reason. They werent too bad to install, the passenger side was very easy to do if you remove the air intake. However the drivers side was a right pain and required you to come at it from under the wheel arch, all up it took about 45 minutes. I'd strongly recommend adjusting your headlights down a tad after install, that way you wont upset any oncoming drivers.
What I will say to anyone looking to get HIDs, is go for the 5000K. The 4300K is a nice brilliant white with some a small touch of yellow which undoubtedly gives the best for light output, 5000K is a pure white with the best look and 6000K has a bit too much blue which not only makes if obvious you have HIDs but also isnt as easy on the eyes when your driving down a pitch black road. To put it in perspective, the factory halogen globes are Osram 55W and are about 3500K.
Just wondering where you found them in 5000k! would definitely love to purchase a pair for myself.I have the exact same units in 5000k, don't get 6000k is too blue, makes car stand out to police and you will eventually get busted as I did.
Of course these are all illegal, will void your insurance and third party blah blah, so make some enquiries about 5000k (max white light slight blue/greenish on startup) or 4300k (typical headlight whitish slight yellow), same vision and benefits.
Never put in lens without projector, you will need to adjust your beams, you will void all insurance cover at night.