Not sure what you're arguing. I did not say anything about wiring. Bi-xenon is HID. I pointed out they are not LED which someone said 800 is cheap for LED headlight. His upgrade stages are still HID but in a D2S form factor.No, the kit includes the Morimoto bi-xenon wiring kit.
Interesting find there, Scott. The SStreetLights is strong with this one, Luke. The one nod to old school I find most enjoyable with mine is its '50-'70's streetrod 4-bulb seperate hi/lo beam look (and operation) for our old tubs. As noted, the chrome is a distraction to an otherwise attractive blackout treatment for the rest of the nose - best realized on a black car obviously. As far as the price I'd like to remind everyone how generally worthless a dollar is today. Those who popped for the SStreetlights will recall they ran ~$1,200 themselves, and that was when that was some money:FYI, I have no relationship with the company. I found them while reading about upgrades for my Mercury Marauder.
Good afternoon Kris, thank you for the inquiry, I truly appreciate that.
To answer your question right off the bat, yes, the chrome shroud that’s around the projector can be done in black ( or any other color of your choosing ).
The longer answer to that question is, due to the nature of these headlights being custom built per order, just about anything can be changed/added/removed. Some of the other options include lens etching, paint, hydrographics, halos, demon eyes, etc…There are a bunch of options that can be done to “spice it up” a bit if you choose to. You can be as mild or as wild as you’d like. Those headlights are on there simply because I had a customer purchase a set from scratch and those are his specs.
If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to ask. I appreciate the opportunity!
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