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Brand New OEM Denso HID Kit : DOT approved Ballast and Bulb
(This kit is NOT off-road purpose use only)
To be DOT approved, it has to be made OEM manufacturer for car company
Example OEM company : Denso, Valeo, Philips, Hella, Matshush!ta
Most other HID kit out there are off-road purpose use only!!
This is the BEST kit you can ever have!!
Also you can use this ballast to run at higher wattage up to 70watt safely, but I can't tell you how to do them...

Kit comes with:
- Denso Ballast 35w (OEM HID part on all the Lexus/Toyota HID headlight)
This is the smallest type Denso made (it will fit exactly in the 03+ OEM HID headlight in Celica)
Size : 5" x 3 1/4" x 3/4"
Made in Japan
- Philips D2S/D2R Bulb 4300k Standard(or Rebased for H7, 9006, H4)
It's the best bulb in the market (They are actual OEM part for many HID headlight)
Made in Germany
- Plus the harness for make it plug-n-play (might need slight modification depends on the car)

All the kits are $350 shipped within US
For international $370 shipped
Select from:
H7 Kit (Comes with rebased H7 bulb) <-- Celica use this :D
9006 Kit (Comes with rebased 9006 bulb)
H4 Kit (Comes with rebased H4 bulb)
D2S or D2R Kit (Pick from H7, 9006, H4 harness)

Individual Sale (Price as shipped)
Denso Ballast (Single) : $150
Denso Ballast (Pair) : $280
Philips Bulb (Pair) : $100
Denso Single HID Kit (1 Ballast, 1 bulb for like motorcycle) : $200

Payment
Paypal : [email protected]

Warranty on bulbs and ballasts
- 12 months from date of the purchase
Please include which kit you are order and for D2S/D2R kit include which harness you want it with
Thanks!!

 

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liquidg said:
pics of brightness, and what is the warranty.
Picture won't do justice, they are the brightest of 4300k, it's exact same as OEM HID in all the Lexus vehicles
Depends on the optic of the projector or reflector it will vary
If you want the best quality HID kit, this is it...
You can't go wrong with Philips HID bulb
Warranty is updated on the first post which is 12 months

I'm working on the TSX retrofit, so I will post some pictures later on
 

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will these fit regular celica headlight 00-02 headlights
 

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czar_jizzle said:
will these fit regular celica headlight 00-02 headlights
and what do you mean "might need slight modification on some cars"? does this mean other cars besides the celica?
 

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GLOCK23 said:
how do you alter the wattage?
You modify the resistor on the circuit board, that's all I can say
As of seller, I can't tell you how to do them. It's for legal issues
DriFFK'ntRoLL said:
czar_jizzle said:
will these fit regular celica headlight 00-02 headlights
and what do you mean "might need slight modification on some cars"? does this mean other cars besides the celica?
Since Celica has little spacer between the bulb and the harness, you'll need to bend the pin or modify it a little to hold the bulb in.
Most other car doesn't have spacers, so they are pretty much plug-n-play
 

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Dooly said:
You modify the resistor on the circuit board, that's all I can say
As of seller, I can't tell you how to do them. It's for legal issues

Since Celica has little spacer between the bulb and the harness, you'll need to bend the pin or modify it a little to hold the bulb in.
Is it hard for modification? so this kit is not made for our Celica?

Thanks,

Ken
 

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KARacing said:
Is it hard for modification? so this kit is not made for our Celica?

Thanks,

Ken
It's general H7 bulb size(It's actual Philips D2S bulb, but has been rebased to fit H7), but Celica is little different cause of the little spacer that's there...
Modification is simple, there has been many people who modify to have H7 HID to fit in the Celica....
 

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Dooly said:
It's general H7 bulb size(It's actual Philips D2S bulb, but has been rebased to fit H7), but Celica is little different cause of the little spacer that's there...
Modification is simple, there has been many people who modify to have H7 HID to fit in the Celica....
Hi Dooly,

Thanks for your reply. Will you ship to other country? Will the buyer still have the 1 year warranty from outside of USA? I am asking all this question because one of my buddies might be interested and he is from Sweden. You can reply here or pm me directly

Cheers,

Ken
 

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KARacing said:
Hi Dooly,

Thanks for your reply. Will you ship to other country? Will the buyer still have the 1 year warranty from outside of USA? I am asking all this question because one of my buddies might be interested and he is from Sweden. You can reply here or pm me directly

Cheers,

Ken
Ship to Sweden would be
$40 USPS Express
$30 USPS Priority
I will still give warranty....
 

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how much more to have it shipped overnight to Des Plaines, IL 60016. I need H7 (whatever low beam is). Let me know I'll pay you on Friday so I'll have it this Saturday.
 

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pnoy said:
how much more to have it shipped overnight to Des Plaines, IL 60016. I need H7 (whatever low beam is). Let me know I'll pay you on Friday so I'll have it this Saturday.
Let me know how they turn out i'm looking for a set.
 

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free bump for a great deal

if i didn't spend so much on my lighting last year, i'd def pick these up. awesome deal..
 

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pnoy said:
it should be a reliable ballast since it's made by Denso.
Everyone knows most of the Toyota/Lexus electrical parts are made by Denso and Denso ballast is one of the best
They can run on 70watt reliably(with heat sink of course), that shows you how good quality they are...
All the Toyota/Luxus HID system uses Denso ballast.....
JiNSoKuBee said:
free bump for a great deal

if i didn't spend so much on my lighting last year, i'd def pick these up. awesome deal..
Thanks... :thumbup:
 

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will having 03 headlamps be the only way to truly appreciate the quality of this light? Or can I get by with my 00-02 headlamp?
 
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