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FS:New Prices McCulloch HID KITS! starting @ $190 shipped

FS:New Prices McCulloch HID KITS! starting @ $190 shipped

Postby krawzyazn » Wed May 12, 2004 10:20 am


NEW PRICES AS OF 10-28-09

Temps:
3000K Yellow $220 shipped NEW PRICE OF $200 SHIPPED
5300K = $210 shipped NEW PRICE OF $190 SHIPPED
6500K = $220 shipped NEW PRICE OF $190 SHIPPED
8000K = $230 shipped NEW PRICE OF $200 SHIPPED
10000K = $230 shippedNEW PRICE OF $200 SHIPPED
12000k = $230 shipped NEW PRICE OF $200 SHIPPED




McCulloch HID kits Brand NEW

BULB SIZE :
h1, h3, h4, h7, h11, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, and h4 hi/low slightly higher

H1, H3, H4, H7, H8, H9, H10, H11, H12, H13, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 9008


dual filliment hi/low h4 please add $140 Now $100
shipping will be Fedex or usps 3-5 buisness days
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Spare Parts
bulbs sold in pair only!!
3K= $100
5k= $90
6k= $100
8k= $110
10k= $110
single ballast= $75


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Postby WTF?? » Wed May 12, 2004 10:23 am

Id PM you, but i think this would benefit everyone else...

What brand are they?
Whats the Kelvin rating?
How much? shipped?
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Postby krawzyazn » Wed May 12, 2004 11:42 am

McCulloch HID kits pretty much any size and temp here are the prices:

BULB SIZE :

h4 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, and h4 hi/low slightly higher

temps:

5300K = $300
6500K = $320
8000K = $340
10000K = $360

all prices please add $10 for shipping

dual filliment hi/low h4 please add $175 i did not know it was that much

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Postby WortownSolara » Wed May 12, 2004 2:24 pm

im sorry guys but when we started selling HID kits, the kelvin is merely the color, what are the peak lumens? I would consider that a little more important than the color, there are some HORRIBLE kits out there.
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Postby cruze105 » Wed May 12, 2004 4:20 pm

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Postby Ford_Fixorrepairdaily » Wed May 12, 2004 11:08 pm

yea tru, they are kinda expensive. com on hook up your fellow solara members :D
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Postby Solaradude » Wed May 12, 2004 11:28 pm

ford_FixOrRepairDaily wrote:yea tru, they are kinda expensive. com on hook up your fellow solara members :D


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Postby 1st Gen Sol » Thu May 13, 2004 4:40 pm

Something I plan to definately get in the future....IF I get the HID's, does anybody know how to disconnect the day running lights b/c I got the 99 Solara with day running lights and there is no option to have them on or off...there just constantly on (never used the light switch at night cuz they come on by themselves).......... :drinking:
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Postby i20solara02i » Thu May 13, 2004 4:47 pm

Xx SoLaRa xX wrote:Something I plan to definately get in the future....IF I get the HID's, does anybody know how to disconnect the day running lights b/c I got the 99 Solara with day running lights and there is no option to have them on or off...there just constantly on (never used the light switch at night cuz they come on by themselves).......... :drinking:


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Postby swimshady906 » Thu May 13, 2004 11:16 pm

Hay krazy... do you have to get HID bulbs or are the pics with the stock ones?
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Postby krawzyazn » Fri May 14, 2004 1:30 am

kit is full with 2 bulbs you can not use your stock bulbs
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Postby TRDCamry » Fri May 14, 2004 3:44 pm

How long do these types of things usually last? Also which temps are considered safe to use.
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Postby krawzyazn » Fri May 14, 2004 3:49 pm

5300 is safe to use and for how long i do not know
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10,000k...hmmm...

Postby bluesolara » Sat May 15, 2004 2:34 pm

Hey Guys

theoretically, the xenon bulb lasts 2000+ hours, but that's for OEM xenon supplies. Such as Hella, Philips...etc. McCoulough (probably spelled wrong) I don't know about though, it most likely uses ASIAN MADE BULBS. They aren't known to last as long as the genuine HID parts.

they are defnitely a heck of a lot cheaper. And McCoulough is pretty much a "name" brand in the area of "aftermarket hid rebased kits"
for a kit by philips, you're looking at 600+

well, frankly, I've gotta say this. anything over 6000k is crap. Sorry Krawyazn, but I can't just keep this in and see my fellow brothers and sisters buy useless kits. with 10,000 k, you'll get crazy color, but trust me, the light output would equal that of a flash light. maybe less...

even 6000k is pushing it a little.

for best output...4100k , all cars with OEM HID uses 4100k, ALL!!!
you might say, why are their HID's so blue/purple, even without projectors? (i.e. Acura TL/CL), the reason is, they are shielded well. so no yellow escapes from the bulb.

well...that's my little input, I just hope everyone can enjoy the true advantages of HID, and the true joy of owning it. If I offended anyone, I'm sorry, but the truth is the truth. :D

that's all, folks!

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about bulbs

Postby bluesolara » Sat May 15, 2004 2:37 pm

Also...I gotta add

don't know if everyone knows this, but the color temperature (4100. 6000.8000...etc) does not depend on the ballast, or anything else in the kit, but the BULB ITSELF.

you can change the color just by buying new "K" bulbs. some people think it's the ballast, it's really not

the bulb! :D

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