hey Justin and Stef, since you guys are (or will be) in Sydney, i think you should have a look at the real thing first. yeah its bright, but maybe a little too bright, i'm not quite sure whether its legal or not. As TIPACE mentioned i did take out the plastic housing, that's y the light shines everywhere, but from the rear view mirror of the car in front its 'ok'
<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif"> 1. What is included in the kit?
2. How easy is it to fit? Did you do it yourself?
3. How much of an improvement is it on the OEM lights?
4. What brand are they?
5. Where did you source them from?
6. How much will we be up for if we were to order a set too?
7. Is it true that fitting the HID kits is illegal as most kits don't have self-levelling mechanism compared to factory fitted units?
<hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">1. The kit includes 2 ballasts for each side, plus wires and bulbs. it also includes these metal gadgets so that u can secure the ballasts inside the bonnet.
2. Fitting is relatively easy, the hard thing is to find a spot inside the bonnet for the 4 ballasts. i fitted the kit with a friend, but we didn't do a perfect job.
3. There's a huge improvement, practically and aesthetically. you'll be able to c road signs that are a hundred metres away.
4. I forgot which brand mine is, coz my friend got it for me and i threw the box away. But if u were to get a kit i'd recommend you to get philips or maybe some german brand.
5. err..... i'm not sure what u mean by that
6. well i got my kit for $900 AUD, but expect them to be around $1000 AUD or maybe a little over
7. I'm really not sure if they're legal or not, u'd better c it for yourself