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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-20-2012, 04:51 AM
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Hey, you used my pic in the instructions. Sweet.

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post #12 of 26 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 02:42 PM
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Any other user reviews of this kit? I am very interested in installing actual projectors and getting rid of the DDM bulbs that I'm using right now. I keep thinking I'm most likely blinding people and I'd love to install some high quality HIDs.

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Any other user reviews of this kit? I am very interested in installing actual projectors and getting rid of the DDM bulbs that I'm using right now. I keep thinking I'm most likely blinding people and I'd love to install some high quality HIDs.
You will be happy with our projectors, they are a quality product.
They will make both your lights light up for low and high beams, your headlights will be very bright, and not blinding at all, as they have a very good cut off line, so they wont blind oncoming traffic.

we have sold many 250R kits, and everyone is happy with the performance.
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Sounds good to me. Anything that makes it easier for me to see without blinding everyone else like I think I'm doing now and I'm interested.

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I ordered my kit on Sunday night, the next day was Veteran's Day (no mail on Monday), so the kit shipped on Tuesday. I got it on Thursday and installed it on Friday.

Everything looks great and there is an enormously marked improvement in the quality of light from the DDM Tuning bulbs I had before.

The install went smoothly and the directions (on this thread) were very straightforward and easy to follow. The most difficult and time consuming part was removing the headlight cover (as advertised in the thread). Other than that, things went quickly and it all looks awesome.

I would highly recommend this mod to anyone that owns a 250 (or any Ninja for that matter; I plan on using the kit again for a ZX6r). If you are going to ride, this is a necessary mod, especially as an upgrade from the crappy OEM lights, but even from something like DDM HiDs, which disperse the light too much and blind people. These projectors are awesome and make a completely clear and distinct line.

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^^^told ya!!

Borka, do you have a kit for a single headlight application? I have a 2005 Honda VTX 1300 I'd like to get more light out of.

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I ordered my kit on Sunday night, the next day was Veteran's Day (no mail on Monday), so the kit shipped on Tuesday. I got it on Thursday and installed it on Friday.

Everything looks great and there is an enormously marked improvement in the quality of light from the DDM Tuning bulbs I had before.

The install went smoothly and the directions (on this thread) were very straightforward and easy to follow. The most difficult and time consuming part was removing the headlight cover (as advertised in the thread). Other than that, things went quickly and it all looks awesome.

I would highly recommend this mod to anyone that owns a 250 (or any Ninja for that matter; I plan on using the kit again for a ZX6r). If you are going to ride, this is a necessary mod, especially as an upgrade from the crappy OEM lights, but even from something like DDM HiDs, which disperse the light too much and blind people. These projectors are awesome and make a completely clear and distinct line.
Thanks for the review and enjoy your new headlights

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Borka, do you have a kit for a single headlight application? I have a 2005 Honda VTX 1300 I'd like to get more light out of.
doing cruiser headlights is always problematic, the round headlights are very shallow, and are usually not deep enough to mount a projector.
stick a measuring tape into the light bulb socket and measure the distance from the lens, to the base where the h4 bulb sits.
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For the high beam and low beam situation, what is the difference since you said the the kit made it so that they both use both of them?
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For the high beam and low beam situation, what is the difference since you said the the kit made it so that they both use both of them?
With our bixenon projectors, both sides of the headlight will work for low and high beams, so you will have dual low and dual high headlights.

regular stock is only one side is on for low beam and the second side comes on for high beam.
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