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Nordiclight

Member Since 08 Jul 2009
Offline Last Active Feb 15 2010 09:55 AM
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In Topic: Guide on how to fit DRL's to mk7 fiesta

31 January 2010 - 08:31 PM

Nice..... :D

In Topic: Philips blue vision

23 January 2010 - 07:44 AM

+1 on that.

I am looking at a kit from hids direct and one from car mod shop. Looking at £70 quid ish ust not sure whhich to buy.

Did you get the 35watt or 50watt?



Go for the 35W kits becasue the 50W is to strong :lol: I have a 50W and it will be changed because they are to powerful for low beams.

In Topic: Philips blue vision

23 January 2010 - 07:40 AM

Did you have to drill through the cover?


Yes...

In Topic: Philips blue vision

16 January 2010 - 11:48 AM

Nordiclight love the HID kit! HID arent illegal in the UK as long as they they comply with the law etc. Dont no if i have the balls to fit one though :D

Nordiclight how do the wires come out of the back of the bulbs housing?


Just through the rubber cap on the backside of the lamp house.

It's not legal in Sweden but do the police know that the MK7 don't have xenon lights as a factory option

What is the penalty in UK for having HID if the police stop you? In Sweden you are ordered to visit the "vehicle test" organisation for a test. And maybe a fine if you unlucky.

//Henrik

In Topic: Philips blue vision

16 January 2010 - 08:17 AM

any chance of a link to the HID's and a few more photos of how you fitted them?
and yes i'm aware they are illegal in the uk.


I used a HID kit from a company in Sweden (www.xenonkungen.se). But it is a basic H7 50W 4300K HID kit from China that you can buy on Ebay.
The installation is very easy. Just replace the H7 bulb with the H7 Xenon bulb. The ballast is easy to place outside the lamp as seen in the pictures.

I can recommend www.vvme.com if you are to buy HID lamps.

http://www.vvme.com/...?cPath=44_45_23


And for the result, itís a very big difference to the halogen light. Itís so powerful that the high beam is almost useless compared to the low beam.

Good luck with the modification!

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//Henrik