Just completed some good hours of taking our time, had a buddy working on it with me, laying out the DDM harness which is not as thick of grade wire as others have shown in previous posts on this thread.
Made sure the StreetTrends Euro Clear's lamps actually fit the bulbs with the help of a Dremel tool shaving down some of that quality Tawaineese plastic, fiddled with the proper bulb connectors, mounted the slim ballast's, relay, ground's, postive wire shrink wrapped and run up to the positive on the pass engine bay. Zip tie's are nice on this little project.
Tried the Euro Clear Side marker's, just looks cheap and the reflector is like a disco ball on it. Going to order regular clear's soon.
As for the discussion of using a proper projector housing for HID lamps, yes it would be nice, but also to darn expensive and some just do not look good.
If you want a real clean, crisp light so you can actually see out the front of these cars, this set of Euro clear lamps or tinted would be the way to go with the casper lens in front, which is made of white metal so it can with stand the heat.
We adjusted the lamps down and leveled them out nicely. Took the car home for a 8 mile ride tonite from my buddy's house and I did not get flashed once, hence aiming them properly is the key.
The kicker here is what a difference the 4500k light is. I got the 55w bulb kit for all these dark roads near me. Daylight, no hint of blue that dulls the color.
And the high beam's the flicker within the bulb filliment actually work to produce additional light unlike other kits i have used in the past. I think it is due to the casper lens up front on these Street Trend's.
DDM took 15 days to get the order to me, as they have a supplier in China that manufactures these kits for them and direct ship it. Postmarked and customs checked. Was worth the wait, hope no problems occur.
I'll post pics if anyone is interested in seeing them, but enough of you have done it.
As someone else said on this thread, its so much better than holding a candle in front of the car! I would suggest not using HID in the stock capsules. We tested it, did not look good, and the light scattered real bad.