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Hi All,

I am selling the HID's i have been using on mazda 3 for the past year. There's NOTHING wrong with them and the only reason i am selling them is because i am selling the car. Can't very well trade in a car to the dealership with aftermarket HID's. Anyhoo Here is a picture from xenon factory ( place I bought them from)








Again they were used for one year and they were absolutely FANTASTIC!!!!!!

Note - these do not require any splicing or anything special, they fit right into your factory harness via a connector.

Asking 250 shipped to your doorstep. Also they are 2 years left on the warrenty from when i bought them from xenondepot so you can't go wrong. I also have no issues going with paypal for further peace of mind. Also if you are curious how they look, Look at my avatar.  That's my car in my picture  8)
 

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Re: FS: 6000k Polarion Phillips H7 HID's

I'm interested, but I have a couple of questions first.

1. What is the difference between this kit and the ones I see on ebay? I see the generic ones for ~150 shipped brand new, and the Phillips kits for ~200 shipped brand new. I'm not trying to be a smartass; I just would really like to know the difference.

2. Can you provide more pictures of these specific ones at night? The one in your avatar looks good, but it's pretty small. I'm more concerned with what they are capable of rather than what they look like.

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Re: FS: 6000k Polarion Phillips H7 HID's

[quote author=noisuf link=topic=59274.msg1003589#msg1003589 date=1160532358]
I'm interested, but I have a couple of questions first.

1. What is the difference between this kit and the ones I see on ebay? I see the generic ones for ~150 shipped brand new, and the Phillips kits for ~200 shipped brand new. I'm not trying to be a smartass; I just would really like to know the difference.

2. Can you provide more pictures of these specific ones at night? The one in your avatar looks good, but it's pretty small. I'm more concerned with what they are capable of rather than what they look like.

Thanks
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Hi There,


Well im a firm believer in you get what you pay for and with HID's i went ahead and bought from a trusted source ( xenondepot) and paid that 500 dollar premium for polarions. First off with cheaper HID's , the bulbs tend to burn out. I used to drive a bmw and i wanted HID's, and i bought from this asian guy selling them for 150 a pop. Straight from korea, promised me the world they would be great. They worked for all of 2 months before they turned this green looking color and then burned out :( So i lived and learned, and bought TRUE HID's ( phillips).

As for their capability, i have to apologize I thought I had the pics saved from the night shots before i uninstalled them out of my mazda and sure enough they were on my external HD which crashed and burned over the weekend. So i have nothing from my car any longer :( The best I can do is tell you to check out xenondepot and look at their 6000k kit. It shows the beam pattern, the cut off and the hue of the bulb

I hope this helps! Thank you for your interest!
 

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Re: FS: 6000k Polarion Phillips H7 HID's

dropped to 250 after a member kindly informed me that 300 was too much money. :)
 

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[quote author=holistic link=topic=59274.msg1013057#msg1013057 date=1160979350]
pm sent
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and replied :)
 

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Re: FS: 6000k Polarion Phillips H7 HID's

[quote author=SiXX link=topic=59274.msg1013016#msg1013016 date=1160975324]
Here ya go... pics courtesy of my Polarion 6000k kit. :)






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you rule. thank you!
 

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