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Possibly interested in a kit for my 2006 EX with factory HIDs.

How easy is it to change over all the bulbs that come with the kit?
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Possibly interested in a kit for my 2006 EX with factory HIDs.

How easy is it to change over all the bulbs that come with the kit?
Extremely easy, they are plug and play, no tools required, just remove the old and replace with the new.

Let me know if you wish to order I will PM you my details.
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Ok cool, so there is no difficulty in getting to the sidelight/main beam/fog light bulbs etc?

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Hello, how much for boot light, sun visor lights, reverse lights, number plate and fog lights. Thanks !

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Ok cool, so there is no difficulty in getting to the sidelight/main beam/fog light bulbs etc?

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In my opinion no difficulty no, the fogs take a little more time than the rest but can be done without removing the bumper, there are various guides on the forum and linked to in my signature below.

Changing bulbs is one of the best mods and most straightforward you can do.
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astra 2009 mk5

Ive just got a 2009 1.8 vauxhall astra 3dr, any chance of some lights ie Number plate lights, Hid and sidelight upgrades high beam the lot? Ive been told these lights have something called a canbus system? any help would be appreciated.
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Ive just got a 2009 1.8 vauxhall astra 3dr, any chance of some lights ie Number plate lights, Hid and sidelight upgrades high beam the lot? Ive been told these lights have something called a canbus system? any help would be appreciated.
Yep 2009 Astra H is easy pal, will PM you some details.

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Hi mr Jp, a bit of a noob question is it easy to distinguish between all the bulbs when they arrive so I get them in the right place?? Also could you PM me details for a complete kit for standard light 08 type R, do you do a slightly brighter light for the red LED that stays on and lights up the gear stick area??
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Hi mr Jp, a bit of a noob question is it easy to distinguish between all the bulbs when they arrive so I get them in the right place?? Also could you PM me details for a complete kit for standard light 08 type R, do you do a slightly brighter light for the red LED that stays on and lights up the gear stick area??
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Hi, would you be willing to ship to Malta?

Am interested In 1xpair of the side lights, high beams, dipped, and fog lights from the standard kit. Just to confirm, the price would be a total of £60 for these.

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Hi, would you be willing to ship to Malta?

Am interested In 1xpair of the side lights, high beams, dipped, and fog lights from the standard kit. Just to confirm, the price would be a total of £60 for these.

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Yes shipping to Malta is no problem, I have sent to quite a few owners in Malta before.

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Hi - I'm interested in the whole kit for cars with factory HID's please!

Do the 6k or 8k HID's look best with the sidelights you provide?

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Hi - I'm interested in the whole kit for cars with factory HID's please!

Do the 6k or 8k HID's look best with the sidelights you provide?
6K will go better with the sidelights and other bulbs provided.

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Do you have any comparison pics between the 35w 6000k and the 55w 6000k HIDs ?

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Do you have any comparison pics between the 35w 6000k and the 55w 6000k HIDs ?

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Pics wouldn't tell you anything really, it would be very difficult to photograph the difference.

The difference is purely brightness, 35W will give you approx 300% more light (lumens) than a standard halogen bulb, and the 55W kit approx 400% more.

With tightening of road regs and the law this year 35W would be my recommendation and I have actually changed to 35W from 55W in my own car recently. 35W is what manufacturers including Honda use.
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