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PostSubject: HID Headlights   Sat Oct 17, 2009 11:47 pm

I install a set of these on mine yesterday and tonight I did a rear escort for a church hayride and they are GREAT. There is no comparison between these and the stock lights except to say they light up the whole world for you. I have them wired to the high beam side so I can turn them off when meeting others on the trails or they would blind them. Anyone who leads night rides would absolutely love them. I don't know yet how they will affect others if I am following them. They are pretty much a plug and play deal if you order the right bulbs for your machine. Probably took 30 minutes or less to install on my Arctic Cat.
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PostSubject: Re: HID Headlights   Sun Oct 18, 2009 2:34 am

I agree, great addition. I just got finished installing 55 watt ones on my BF. best $61 I have spent! They dont make it so easy for us though. The stock bulbs are not standard bulbs so you got to do some modifications to the stock bulb sockets. Wink
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