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Anyone interested in HID group buy?

Im looking to a set with 12 months warranty for 60 bux and they come with a pair of 4 led t10 parkers. Hoping to get about 10 ppl and I can get the overall price down. Let me know guys!

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is this the same guy?

www.******australia.com

he's having some EOFY sale 55 bux (checked site again today)

im still talking to him to see how cheap he can go

Nah it's not this person. The person i'm talking about is http://myworld.ebay.com.au/z-labs

He won't have some temp and bulb shape in stock so he may have to order them in but most common ones are there.

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We can get the lowest price If we buy the ballast & HID bulb separately.

Here is just an example that I pick from ebay.

Each 35W Slim Ballast for $8.87 x 2 = $17.74 delivered with 14 days warranty.

http://cgi.ebay.com....atchlink:top:en

A pair of 35W H7 4300k HID bulb for $10.20 delivered with lifetime warranty.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/2-x-35W-Car-Xenon-HID-Bulbs-Headlight-Lamps-H7-4300K-/170593844785?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item27b82f7e31

Total price is $27.94

The lowest price for a set of 35W H7 4300K Slim Ballast kit is $32.46 delivered with 12 months warranty.

http://www.ebay.com....=item27bbd34c37

We could negotiate further discount if we have group buy.

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also another guy in western suburbs sells xenon xtreme hids. i think its like 70 bucks a pair.

got mine from him bout year and a half ago still going strong.

andrew, lol, went to him too, hahas

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is this the same guy?

www.******australia.com

he's having some EOFY sale 55 bux (checked site again today)

im still talking to him to see how cheap he can go

Nah it's not this person. The person i'm talking about is http://myworld.ebay.com.au/z-labs

He won't have some temp and bulb shape in stock so he may have to order them in but most common ones are there.

His HID is DC HID kit

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We can get the lowest price If we buy the ballast & HID bulb separately.

Here is just an example that I pick from ebay.

Each 35W Slim Ballast for $8.87 x 2 = $17.74 delivered with 14 days warranty.

http://cgi.ebay.com....atchlink:top:en

A pair of 35W H7 4300k HID bulb for $10.20 delivered with lifetime warranty.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/2-x-35W-Car-Xenon-HID-Bulbs-Headlight-Lamps-H7-4300K-/170593844785?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item27b82f7e31

Total price is $27.94

The lowest price for a set of 35W H7 4300K Slim Ballast kit is $32.46 delivered with 12 months warranty.

http://www.ebay.com....=item27bbd34c37

We could negotiate further discount if we have group buy.

Sending the HID kit or faulty part back is not fun at all especially with the expensive shipping rate in Aus.

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is this the same guy?

www.******tralia.com

he's having some EOFY sale 55 bux (checked site again today)

im still talking to him to see how cheap he can go

Nah it's not this person. The person i'm talking about is http://myworld.ebay.com.au/z-labs

He won't have some temp and bulb shape in stock so he may have to order them in but most common ones are there.

His HID is DC HID kit

So since you sell AC ballast. Tell me this. How do you earth an AC ballast?

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So since you sell AC ballast. Tell me this. How do you earth an AC ballast?

The output is AC, not the input. You can still ground the negative lead as per normal. Where the AC comes into play is in how it operates the HID lamp. Instead of the electric arc inside the lamp "moving in one direction" in a DC setup, the arc is formed by AC current. This in turn results in equal deposits on each electrode and essentially can lead to longer lamp life.

That said, a lot of people try to grab your attention by saying that their ballasts/lamps are AC and others are DC. Fact of the matter is, a lot of the kits are in fact AC, despite what others try to tell you. From a manufacturing perspective, it works out better for them to use AC anyway because the inverter in the ballast that produces the high voltage required for the lamp naturally outputs AC. Changing this to DC requires further components.

That said again, the AC produced by all these ballasts are square wave AC. It is kind of like applying DC voltage to the lamps, but because it alternates anyways, the benefits are still there.

In addition to that, true DC power is applied to the lamps in two stages. The first is at the ignition phase where a DC voltage of about 23kV is used to establish the arc (made possible with the use of Xenon in the lamp) and then for the first 16ms or so during warm up.

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