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clearcorners.com does the best work. He does not have the cube yet, but will. He builds his HIDs and LEDs in original factory housings. They are beautiful. He will be doing all the work on my cube...

you can check out my husband's 240sx on his site under the comparisons...

If you are going to the trouble to get HIDs you should get a clear bra too at stickercity.com
Just got mine and it looks so fine!
 

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txstarla said:
clearcorners.com does the best work. He does not have the cube yet, but will. He builds his HIDs and LEDs in original factory housings. They are beautiful. He will be doing all the work on my cube...

you can check out my husband's 240sx on his site under the comparisons...

If you are going to the trouble to get HIDs you should get a clear bra too at stickercity.com
Just got mine and it looks so fine!
I can't find the clear bra for the Cube at stickercity.com -- what am I missing? (Probably right in front of my face.)

/Kevin
 

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I've been looking at the JLM HID H4 kits sold on Amazon by HID OUTLET for a couple of weeks now. There are a bunch of good reviews on the net for as cheap as they are. If you want to keep your Hi beams you'll need a Bixenon or Bi-Xenon HID conversion kit.

Edit: Scratch that last part. Here's the reply I just got from HID OUTLET

"Bi-xenon has 2 bulbs per housing, 1 for high and 1 for low beam, while dual xenon(telescopic) bulb
can move inside to change beams so you can have one bulb to get both High and Low beam and both of them are Xenon HID.

Sincerely,
(Real Name Removed)
HID Outlet"
 

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I asked HID Outlet which type I would need if I wanted to keep both Hi and Low in a car that only has one bulb for both. I just wanted to double check. Anyways, this is what I got back.

"You may get either one, it's up to you. Some people who's
vehicles use H/L prefer high and low to be separate bulbs.
But both kits are alright. By the way, what kind of car do you have?

Sincerely,
(Name Removed)
HID Outlet"

So after I got that back I did a quick youtube search for Bi-Xenon installs. Looks like both bulbs are on the same assembly so it shouldn't be an issue that we only have one bulb socket. Looks like this is going to be my next project:) I still need to do a bit more research since aftermarket HIDs are new to me. When I figure out which way I'm going to go I'll post it up along with the install info.
 
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