QUOTE (jc91sc @ Mar 29 2009, 04:00 AM)
QUOTE (Ethan @ Mar 29 2009, 01:30 AM)
on the ones with the high beam, does it actually have two bulbs or does the one bulb just move further back in the housing like the retro solutions HIDs. If I ever buy another HID
kit it will definately have two bulbs for each housing so i can have true hi/low beams instead of just low/little bit above low beams[/b]
Well, Ethan, on the OEM
bulbs there is still just one bulb with two filaments...one that gives twice the output of the other allowing it to be brighter. What they're doing now on the dual beam HID
kits is a similar approach. They have the main HID
bulb which gives a drastically brighter output than stock, then another attached bulb with separate wiring that gives 50% more output (remember, HIDs...don't need much more anyway), and a transformer box that keeps the currents consistant, so this may be a good kit for you. LMK. Thanks.
So the two "bulbs" are basically right on top of each other in the HID
bulb similar to the standard halogen bulb?
Trust me, the extra output may seem crazy but you need it up here in Wisconsin doing some deer dodging.