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Old 03-09-2008, 03:54 AM   #61
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futrevisionhid - Sorry your too late ordered elswhere.

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Old 03-11-2008, 06:49 AM   #62
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futrevisionhid - Sorry your too late ordered elswhere.

Marketing 101 - you've got to close the sale while the customer is receptive.
Hey guys very sorry for the late response. Not sure why but our email notification had been turned off. We monitor many forums, so we rely heavily on the email notification, our repsonse time is typically minutes to hours from any question. I will roll back a bit and try to answer everyone's questions
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Old 03-11-2008, 06:54 AM   #63
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It's a 2006 Ulysses aka xb12x....

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I'm pretty sure that model uses 2 - H7 bulbs.

this kit will work well:
http://www.futurevisionhid.com/produ...products_id=46

If you need trhe mini-ballasts, they can ordered as an option (not posted on our site) This option will be available when the web guys our finished our new site, better search capability, etc...
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Old 03-11-2008, 06:59 AM   #64
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Damn, my farklitis is flaring up. I'm all for the cool look, but concerned about how much the reflection is going to change. Few more questions I haven't read answers for.

1) How weatherproof are the ballasts?
2) How much is a replacement bulb?
3) Is this plug+play (ie. no new wiring to the battery)
4) Is it reversable in the field (ie1. if I need to safety the bike, I can swap in my regular halogen bulb and undo some wires, ie2. bulb/ballast breaks on a trip, can I simply throw in a spare halogen and swap some wires?)

Thanks for your time.
1) 100 % waterproof. They will operate when fully submerged in water. We use pure silica gel inside to encase the solid state components. CHEAP HID DONT!
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3) Plug and play - YES! however, if you order a H/L kit, it has an additional harness that connects direct to power or battery. can be reversed no prob.
4) Everything can be reversed back to OEM original equipment. There is no cutting/splicing etc...

Sorry for the late response!
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Old 03-11-2008, 07:04 AM   #65
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I have been researching for a while now, found a company in the USA (not sure if I should mention names so I won't) offering a "new" digital Balast technology that they claim is the bees knees. Small balast with igniter integrated together and so therefore more compact. About $200 to $250 USD.

Any Comments or comparisons with your product would be appreciated.
many, many options out there when it comes to aftermarket HID. We tested from almost every factory that makes HID stuff, and made a partnership with the one that we found the best. We have many options as far as offering and sourcing cheaper product, but that''s not our approach, I'll save that for all the ebay sellers. We want the best quality for our customer, as we are in this market for the long term. Were not here just to make a quick buck. We offer very high end HID products at very low prices. When it comes to ballast options, we have many, but only reccommend a few if you want the best reliability and full protection from whatever you throw at it. Our kit price with mini ballasts start at $210 (-10% for ADV members!)
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Old 03-11-2008, 07:10 AM   #66
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Anything that would work?
The PIAA 910's use a H3 bulb. We have a 50W series that would work very nice to convert this, and it would blow away the 100W bulb that's in there now.
Less power required, less heat, and more light.
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Old 03-11-2008, 07:14 AM   #67
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I just received one of your 9007 hi/lo kits (97 F350). Very nice looking product.

The question I have concerns the Hi/Lo operation. When I was looking at the OEM lamp I noticed that the filaments are stacked vertically as compared to an H4 which has the filaments fore and aft of each other. How well does the HID capsule (these came with the in/out solenoid not a movable shield) work to distinguish beam patterns for the Hi/Lo beam?

If it's not very effective for 9007 lamps then I'd consider getting a straight low beam kit for the truck and using this kit on an H4 conversion. That might mean swapping out the lamps so I thought I'd better ask before I install this kit.

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the high low function typically works very well, but it is very dependant on reflector design. On some vehicles it seems to make very little difference, but for the most part they work excellent. Our H4 H/L bulb is one of the best bulbs we have, I use them in my ATV, car, and truck. They all work beautifully.
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Old 03-11-2008, 07:32 AM   #68
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Good to have you back.

So for this kit: H4-EXP High/Low Motorcycle Kit (EXH4BK)

Is a mini-ballast more money? Any reliability difference between the normal and mini ballast?
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Old 03-11-2008, 07:50 AM   #69
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I'm in the same boat about wanting one for the KLR. Oh and by the way, your site links the KLR to the headlight setup with (2) ballasts and (2) bulbs.

Perhaps group buy?

Also, you speak of the projectors...yet I can't seem to find evidence of them on your website. Any suggestions

Oh and could you link the 50w, hi/lo (single bulb), h4 model?

Thanks!
If anyone is intrested, we do offer group buys. What we offer is if any forum can get at least 10 sales, we will then offer our wholesale price to all buyers involved. Entry level wholesale pricing is 38% off the regular prices. A very good savings for all. Of course shipping is added to that, but we do not profit off shipping charge.
Many of our products are not listed on our old website such as the projectors ad the 50w kits. the developers say the new site should be up in about three weeks. Once its going we will add our full product line.
For just email direct for inquires that you can't find.
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Old 03-11-2008, 08:53 AM   #70
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I researched this very thoroughly because I have a KTM 950 Adv retrofitted with HID and the Euro light housing comes with the H3/H7 combination not the H4. The H4 is standard on the USA light housing only.
Looks like I got that one wrong...hmmm. There are usually several varieties when it comes to aftermarket.
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Old 03-11-2008, 08:54 AM   #71
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Any chance this kit would work with a 2006 DR650SE?
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yes. This one should work perfect:
http://www.futurevisionhid.com/produ...ad0c9552e700ce
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Old 03-11-2008, 08:58 AM   #72
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For the 4th question...it would depend on how you wired it.

You could easily plug in the ballast/bulb setup, but leave the stock wiring behind the dash with the stock headlight plug. Put a quick disconnect before the Ballast and one on the stock wiring/plug...if the HID goes out on the road, just replug things up and go.

The only possible problem would be running all the wiring through the rubber dust cover behind the headlight.



I have a question also (which I think may have been asked arleady). Can you get a set with just one HID/Ballast? I just want one H1 for my 640 Adventure high beam.
our kits plug direct into factory harness, so it is fully reversible. You could have your halogen back in just as quickly as you out the HID in.
We do have single bulb kits available, only H4 posted on our site however. The H1 single kit is only $99 + shipping.
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Old 03-11-2008, 09:00 AM   #73
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futrevisionhid - Sorry your too late ordered elswhere.

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sorry Mike! were back now if you still needp help.
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Old 03-11-2008, 09:04 AM   #74
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Good to have you back.

So for this kit: H4-EXP High/Low Motorcycle Kit (EXH4BK)

Is a mini-ballast more money? Any reliability difference between the normal and mini ballast?
Mini ballasts are $15 more each.
they have a 16 month warranty. Our EXP has an 18 month warranty and is our best. If you can fit the EXP, it's the way to go. The reliability and performance of these are excellent, as well it has the integrated ignitor.

I think I have answered all questions now, again I apoligize for the delay.
Anything else?
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Old 03-11-2008, 09:08 AM   #75
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What are the dimensions of the EXP vs. the mini?
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